Wednesday, December 22, 2010

Soon Another Christmas Will Be In The Past

Hopefully we made our last trip to town before the Christmas holiday has been celebrated.. We arose fairly early and got a early start into town for groceries before the stores got extremely busy... We thought we would go to McDonalds where all the old geezers go but low and behold we even beat them there.. Tee Hee Hee... The store was very nice for shopping this morning and was just starting to pick up with customers as we were finishing... I will clean my house tomorrow and we have plans on attending the Tinora girls basketball game tomorrow evening... with plans on baking some roll out Christmas cookies between now and then.... Not Christmas without frosted sugar roll outs... As for Friday I plan on turning on the Christmas lights and Christmas music low and just enjoying the day ... No hussel and no bussel.... Soon Christmas will be in the past and we will make promises that we think our lives to become more meaningful as another New Year will be unveiled. Hopefully our passions will let us pursue with all things positive... Hoping your day is blessed and peaceful... This morning we had gently falling snow and now the sun is coming out to clean off the roads... It is a perfect winter's day here in Defiance, Ohio... Blessings to you....

Faith makes all things possible.... hope makes all things work... love makes all things beautiful... May you have all the three for this Christmas....

5 comments:

Ira said...

Sounds like you had a great day preparing for Christmas! Happy Holidays to you and your family Marietta! Take care, Ira xox

Tracy said...

Marietta,
That was my plan; to get up early and head out shoping before the crowds appeared! But it didn't happen due to a friend of my son's spending the night so we got a late start, drove around for parking and didn't find what we were looking for and so I called it quits...I really do not like shopping!
I too must clean house and get things ready for the Day!!! ...the day of celebrating the birth of a wondrous child! Merry Christmas!

Sandi said...

Lucky you Marietta. I still have to get groceries yet. Possibly tomorrow and I am sure the stores will be busy!! Have a wonderful Christmas!
Blessings~

FRENCH LAUNDRY said...

Merry Christmas Marietta! Enjoy the next few days...

Judy

FredaB said...

Thank you for all your wonderful blogs this past year and all the pictures that you post. You show so many beautiful things and I agree that it is not all about money and what you have but what you do with it.

I may not always leave comments but did want you to know I am reading your blog.

Merry Christmas

Hugs

FredaB