Monday, December 22, 2008

Blessings for Sacred Holidays and 2009

Grandkids hamming it up! That's even sweeter than the gingerbread house on which they just put the finishing touches. May all beings be well. May all beings be happy.

To see a scene of beautiful Ashland, glorious in lights for the season, visit my last year's post found here.


Lydia said...

Well, now aren't they darling! Cute gingerbread house, too.

I may still get around to making cookies between Christmas and New Years.....if the snow and ice conditions change for me to do that kind of shopping. As far as gifts for family this year? All I can say is "Thank God for Harry & David catalogue!"

Holiday blessings to you and yours,

lilalia said...

The children made a gingerbread house one year from scratch at a friend's place. It collapsed while being transported back home. We had to do an emergency structure support... not so pretty, but it worked.

All the very best for you and your family. May the days be filled with music, song, good food, fine discourse, and lots of laughter.

Anonymous said...

The grandchildren are just beautiful and what a great gingerbread house. Very creative.
Somehow I've found my way back here and I'm not sure how...I received a notice in my email from FeedBlitz. And now I'm subscribed, I think.
Wishing you a very Merry Christmas and all the very best in 2009.

Fran aka Redondowriter said...

Your grandchildren are beautiful, as is their work of art. I hope you had a great Christmas and a blessed 2009 will follow.

Dorothy said...

What a great photo of the kids and how proud they are of their gingerbreadhouse.

Blessings to you..

Dorothy from grammology

Anonymous said...

Gingerbread house was one of my son's most favorite Christmas presents when they were younger. Interactive too and not online! We got one for Bryce's older sister (8)