Wednesday, December 25, 2013

Merry Christmas!

We took two hours to open presents and celebrated a fine Christmas.

Felix has the stuffed turkey in the oven driving us mad with the aroma as it cooks.

Alfred and Ilse had stopped by briefly yesterday and presented us with this basket of goodies. They even included large dog biscuits for Miss Raven and Miss Emma Lynn! The raisin and fruited stolen was our breakfast with hazelnut creme coffee.

I even finished hand hemming the binding on Matthew's quilt at high noon today, LOL! Now, THAT's last minute!!! LOL!

He loves his quilt and had no idea that he was getting it for Christmas!

As for Miss Raven's new toy, she really liked chewing on it!

 And Miss Emma Lynn loved her big chew toy, too! I already had to throw away several loose pieces that were loved to death.

And I got the first batch of Clue 4 four-patches pressed and spun their seams.

I'll need to play catch-up for a while on Celtic Solstice clues.

Thank you, Bonnie Hunter, for this wonderful Christmas present! Here's the link.

All our gifts were wonderful, but the very best gift of all was celebrating God's gift to the world, the baby, Jesus, who grew up to become the finest teacher of how to live.

Merry Christmas to you and yours!


Auntie Em said...

Merry Christmas to you, too!

Janet O. said...

Sounds like a lovely Christmas. Looks like Matthew's quilt was a success!
You live the spirit of Christmas, Vic. God bless you!

Janet O. said...

p.s. I forgot to mention that I recognize the handiwork on two of the ornaments hanging from the tiny tree in the first photo. : )

helen said...

Joyeux Noël to you, too!
Best wishes!

Glady said...

Vic, I am pleased to see that you are doing Celtic Solstice. I am working on that too, but am behind with the holidays. Merry Christmas and best wishes for the New Year.

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