Thursday, December 24, 2009

Christmas Eve

It's snowing lightly outside, we're supposed to have three to five inches by tomorrow morning (White Christmases are rare around here, but not unheard of; I can remember several in my lifetime), both girls are here, I have all my present-wrapping done (except for one that I forgot about), and I've been to the store to pick up a few last things we needed. In other words . . .

Okay, Christmas, bring it on.

(Seriously, Merry Christmas to all of you, and thank you for being part of this blog.)


9 comments:

Mark Terry said...

Happy Holidays to you from Michigan, where there's snow on the ground but we're expecting rain. (There goes my dream of moving to Texas to avoid snow and cold).

Evan Lewis said...

Very Merry to you, James.

James Reasoner said...

Mark,
You just have to move to the right part of Texas. There's no snow down on the Gulf Coast today, I'll bet. (Although I have known it to get cold down there, and Bill Crider posted pictures of snow in Alvin just a couple of weeks ago.)

David Cranmer said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

Merry Christmas James and Livia. Warm and sunny here and I just bought my last present--a ukulele for the baby.

Ray said...

A Merry Christmas and all the best for the New Year from the Foster clan in the UK.
We had snow right up until today - the rain has made sure that Christmas isn't going to be white.

Suresh Ramasubramanian said...

A merry - and hopefully "white just right" christmas to you and yours. Just the right amount of snow to enjoy yourselves - not like the east coast, digging itself out of several feet of snow :)

Bruce said...

My whole family went to see this on Xmas day when it came out. I don't think I heard my father laugh harder then when they ended up at a Chinese Resturant at the end.

Rittster said...

MC to you, James, and to the other cyber-friends I met through your website this year. You and Frank have been especially supportive since I made contact with you guys around May or so.

And it's snowing here in California as well. Don't get me wrong, the snow is limited to the inside of a plastic oval about the size of an extra-large egg, which sits on a coffee table in my apartment, and I have to shake it with a frenzy to see the "snow" in action, but you know what they say about beggars...