Saturday, December 25, 2010

My Heart Is Full

“Today in the town of David a Savior has been born to you; he is Christ the Lord.”  Luke 2:11

Happy Birthday, Jesus! Birthday cake

Welcome Christmas!

What a wonderful Christmas we have had so far for 2010!  And what makes it so much more special is the MEANING for our celebration:  the birth of Jesus Christ our Savior.  What an amazing gift God gave us in His perfect Son.  I am so thankful. Red heart

Our celebrating started last night with the gathering of family at my mom and dad’s house.  With parents, grandparents, aunts, uncles, and cousins, it was a great Christmas Eve.  The tradition I love the most is one that goes way back to when I was a little girl: After dinner, and BEFORE presents, one of the kids reads The Christmas Story to everybody.  I distinctly remember reading the Christmas Story when I was a little girl at my Granny and Paw-paw’s house…and now my kids are reading it.  Last night Zachary did the honors,

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Another cool moment happened when my Aunt handed out t-shirts that she had purchased for all the girls in the family in support of breast cancer awareness!  Check out this support team!!  Yeah, they are the best. Smile

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We also discovered how hard it is to take a group picture, be it family,

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the grandchildren,

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or sisters!

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Luckily, my sisters and I managed to take a good pic as did Jack and I, but as for the others, well…it just wasn’t in the cards. Winking smile  Here’s some of the best from the evening:

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It was a great evening!  Surrounded by great family, great food, and making great memories is the best way to spend Christmas Eve. 

My heart is full Red heart


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