Sunday, December 23, 2007

Christmas Eve, Eve.

So here we are on the doorstep of another Christmas! It really does not seem to be anytime since last year! As you can see all that is missing from the advent calander is 'Baby Jesus'.

It has been cold and frosty and we have been out for some lovely walks. This morning was particuarly entertaining as our road was better than an Ice Rink! Torville & Dean eat your heart out!
These are some pics K took with her digital camera

Even though the girls are home it has been particuarly quiet, why? Well K is writing an assignment and T is studying! They both decided that if they wanted Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and Boxing Day off they had to work all days before!

Merry Christmas to you all, if you are travelling stay safe, if you are at home enjoy, remember its just a roast dinner with crackers! I shall raise my glass to absent friends at mid-day on Christmas Day.


mrsnesbitt said...

Phew! Yes, almost there Libby!
Have a good one!
Love the quote of the roast dinner with crackers! LOL!

All the very best to you and yours too honeybunch!


Chris said...

Your foggy pics are beautiful! I tried to catch the moon last night but failed :-) Where did this year go to? You are right it doesn't seem any time at all since last Christmas. Best wishes to you and your family :-)

Dawn said...

Merry Christmas, Libby! The photos are lovely. Each season has its own beauty. Have a very happy holiday. :-)

Maggie said...

Dear Libby, hope you have a wonderful day.

We have half the household sick so will hopefully be cooking the turkey tomorrow... But guess we'll probably manage a bit of gently exercise unwrapping parcels when the invalides surface!

Hugs from Liverpool

Yolanda Elizabet said...

Dear Libby, I wish you and your family plus kittycats a very Merry Christmas!

Love the pics, I see that you were having a winter wonderland too.

Petunia's Gardener said...

A beauty of its own, this time of year. Merry Christmas to you and your family! We had even had a little snow today, but not enough to be a problem. - Paula