Tuesday, December 25, 2012

Merry Christmas!

Yesterday in the fine sunny weather, I took Matthew to visit his Dad, John, at the nursing home.


 We all went out for lunch at the local Wendy's where I used coupons from the Sunday newspaper to pay for a good feed reasonably. John was in fine spirits and we all enjoyed ourselves.


Felix was left behind at home to work on finishing up all the end of the year dog reports to the town for our Animal Control Officers' work.

After supper, we went to our neighbors, Alfred & Ilse, to bring them with us to the 7pm Christmas Eve service at the Gilmanton Community Church. We filled a pew and I insisted on sitting up front where I can hear everything. We sang so many Christmas carols! The service is lit by 1820's style lanterns and decorated with poinsettias, so beautiful. I enjoyed it so much it filled my soul. Although I have not taken pictures from last night, this is the church by daylight, a couple of years ago when we had more snow.

It is a real architectural treasure of a colonial New England meeting house.
The date over the doors reads 1826.

I hope that all of you are enjoying your Christmas as much as I am!



3 comments:

Debra said...

Merry Christmas Dear Victoria. Glad Matt got to see his Dad for Christmas. The service sounds wonderful with all the singing. Looks like you had the perfect Christmas Eve!

FeatherDuster said...

Merry Christmas. What a wonderful place to be able to attend a Christmas Eve service.

Janet O. said...

Sounds like a picturesque Christmas Eve, Vic. Merry Christmas!

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