The Christmas tree came down January 3 and everything was dusted and packed away for it debut in a mere 11 months.
So many wonderful memories were created throughout our Christmas holidays. We spent Christmas Eve with extended family totalling over 70 wonderful people in one beautiful home. This has been a tradition for me since I was a little girl. The girls will also be able to say this one day but they can add a soak in the hot tub to their Christmas eve story.
Our Boxing Day was spent in our new mini-van with a fabulous DVD player, driving up to Gramma and Grandpa's house "up north". We were welcomed with hugs and kisses and of course lots of gifts.
Tobogganing, movie watching, alot of laughing and sweet memories were captured for all of us.
Our trip isn't complete without a visit with Nan and Grandpa Doug. I think though the girls always look forward to seeing Ben. (Sorry) Nan always makes us a bountiful meal with some vegetables from her own garden, Delicious! This time she outdid herself, she made for us a Pavlova. It was positively magnificent.
This pictures is for Nan from Ireland, it took her just over an hour to build the Ferris wheel all by herself.
As for Mark and I we are abundantly blessed with things to do. (aka very busy!!)
We did manage to squeeze in a date night last Saturday, and had a terrific time together. I love spending time with that man.
Until next time, Joceline