Friday, December 23, 2011

Home for Christmas

Christmas is always so special when spent in our own homes.
My daughter and her boyfriend took off today to share Christmas with his family.
So traditions never stay the same with changes through our lives.
Though they change, they still are special times spent with those we love.
As I enjoy a quiet time at home with my husband and son,
I wish for you a time of peace, quiet, laughter, dancing,
singing, and just pure JOY.
Yes, I still BELIEVE in the spirit of Christmas,
the baby in the manger, and
Santa and his gang of elves.

MERRY CHRISTMAS TO EACH OF YOU!

19 comments:

Adrienne said...

Merry Christmas, dear friend. Have a wonderful Christmas!
~Adrienne~

Ann said...

Cute picture! I agree! The Spirit of Christmas is still alive and well!! Have a wonderful weekend!!

parTea lady said...

What a pretty icy looking blue cottage.

Hope you have a peaceful and joyous Christmas.

Ginger said...

Merry Christmas!

Laurie said...

I believe too, Marilyn. I wish your family a very special Christmas.

Mary said...

We'll be home too - perhaps the best place at Christmas after all!
More Christmas greetings coming your way.

Mary X

Melissa said...

A-MEN! Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Jeanne said...

Merry Christmas dear friend.
Thank you for your golden gift of friendship. May God bless us all well in 2012 and always.
Love you
Jeanne♥

Marion Williams-Bennett said...

Beautiful!

May the spirit and joy of Christmas be with you this day and all through the year !

Cheers!

La Tea Dah said...

Merry Christmas, Marilyn. Enjoy a wonderful, relaxing day! All the best in the year ahead!

Laurie said...

I believe also Marilyn, the spirit of Christmas is truly alive. God Bless you and your family as you celebrate the season.

Steph said...

I BELIEVE in Joy and wishing you all a special day!

BrittArnhild said...

Merry Christmas Marilyn.

Jeanie said...

Marilyn, is this one of the houses you made? Because it's perfect in every way!

I hope you're feeling better this morning after Christmas and that yesterday was lovely in every way. Yes, traditions DO change, and it's not easy. Working on new options!

Relyn said...

LOVE this image!

Angela McRae said...

Love the glittery photo -- and I do hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Marilyn!

paris parfait said...

A belated Merry Christmas to you and Jim! And hope your new year is filled with delights! xoxox

Annie said...

Christmas is such a changing time when you children are grown. Quanah was here with Erin for the first time since 2007. Krista was with us Christmas Eve but was gone by 2 p.m. Christmas Day to spend time with her boyfriend's family. Time moves on and I can't help but smile for them.

Mark Norkaitis said...

Love your blog! Im your newest follower!
Have a Happy New Year!
Mark