Life with Horses, Stories and Thoughts of Life, Humorous and Not.
(But mostly Fun!)
I wish to you all, a very Merry Christmas!
This is what I remember about Christmas as a boy - the tree in my grandmother's mouse on Christmas Eve as the clan gathered. Nice, thanks!
Merry Christmas Ron, to you and yours! yes it reminded me too, I always remember the time between `55 and `65 those years for me when I look back, were the most non commercial, and seemingly honest times. I felt really privelidged to have known that time.We had nothing, but everything we had meant something! People knew each other, and were kind to one another. A lost time. Sad, but thats how I remember it.
Merry Christmas to you too, Cheyenne. Love the picture in your header it is so beautiful. Makes me cold, but still wonderous.
I thank you RR! Its so brilliant looking forward to "the" morning! I always have a large Port, for to toast the Day in. Its become a ritual. However, when I looked back in my family history, my Great great grandfather, always made the family, toast in the Day, with a glass of Port! But when I finish mine, its off with the dogs for a long walk, and back for eggs, bacon, "tattie" scones, and black pudding!
Merry Christmas to you too hun!! Hope you have a great one.
Now that's reall purdy and really nice sentimant too! Thanks...sending you HUGS And smiles for futures rides!KK
Merry Christmas Cheyenne, and may 2011 be your best year ever....Hugs
Hope your Christmas is merry and bright which I'm sure it will be with that Fruit cake of yours.
Christmas greetings from me too, Cheyenne. Loved the picture, that could have been me by the tree oh so many moons ago.
Nice card, Cheyenne; I too think it was better back in the simpler days. The commercial hoopla around buying gifts is determined to destroy the real meaning of Christmas, which as a religious holiday is under attack. But thats a whole 'nother rant....
I hope you have a great holiday!