Tuesday

Christmas Day 2007 - Happy Birthday!

Today is Christmas Day....however all of the socializing and
gift giving is over for us....we celebrated early.
The kids have been dropped off to
spend the Holiday with their Dad.
I miss them already :(
I was able to get out yesterday and take pictures....
and Dear Hubby and I are off to a special place to take some more today.
It is a bit chilly here this morning (32 degrees)
but it is supposed to warm up a bit.
These two shots are Nativity scenes from
"Granny's" house.
I call MY MOM Granny because that is what
my kids call her.
That is also what I called my Mom's Mom when I was little.
I wanted to post these two scenes today because this is really
what TODAY is all about.
Happy Birthday Jesus!

24 comments:

Kate said...

Dear Kerri, The photos of the various creche scenes are most appropriate for today! May peace and love fill your household today and throughout 2008!

Isadora said...

Hope you enjoy the day with your spouse - the stress is off and the kids will be back before you know it. This is your time. We look forward to the pictures.

Thank you for your visits to my blog and look forward to continuing the same in in 2008! Happy Holidays.

Annie said...

A lovely Christmas day, it sounds like, the two of you wandering around outside looking for photo opportunities. It's quiet moments like these that can be so refreshing after the busy-ness of the preparations for the day.

Annie

don said...

Very fine Christmas pictures. I hope you are enjoying a wonderful day with family and friends. All the best... don

alex said...

Nice pictures. I hope you had a great time with your family and friends over this wonder period.

Alex
Alex's World! - http://www.kakinan.com/alex

Max-e said...

Hi Kerri
Hope you have a really blessed Christmas and everything of the best for the New Year.

Ex-Shammickite said...

Lovely Christmas pictures!
It's Christmas Day here in Canada, the sky is grey, and the sun is hiding behind the clouds. It's cold and there are remnants of last weeks snowstorm still on the ground, making it a rather muddy white Christmas. But it's a lovely day, and I wish you and your family all the best, and may 2008 be a good year for you.
ex-shammy

happyone said...

What pretty Christmas pictures!! I love the Nativity scenes.
I look forward to seeing the pictures you are out taking today.
Thanks so much for all the nice comments you leave on my blog.
May you have a blessed New Year!!

Heidi said...

Merry Christmas!

Lori said...

That's a beautiful nativity set. A very merry christmas to you and your family!!!

Jeff B said...

Amen, and Merry Christmas to you!

Larry D said...

Merry Christmas Kerri! Perfect pictures for today.

quintarantino said...

Beautiful nativity set. Hope you had a wonderful day off...

Gudl said...

Merry Christmas to you, Kerri.

dot said...

Beautiful post and beautiful Nativity scene. Hope you enjoy the special time with your husband. Merry Christmas!

Rurality said...

Merry Christmas! Hope next year will be a great one.

Rambling Round said...

She has a wonderful creche collection! Merry Christmas!

DaveM said...

Thanks for your comments Kerri, it looks as if you all had a really good time. Looking forward to your 2008 pictures.

Kostas said...

Very good the collection, but also their meaning also.
Christmas greetings and wishes for a Happy New Year 2008

Neva said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours! I love your Nativity set...It is very beautiful! I am looking forward to sharing more blogging with you in 2008!.....and it was a CHILLY 12 degrees here on Christmas...so 32 doesn't sound soo bad!!!

Paulie said...

Very nice! I have my nativity set in a recent post too but the three kings got kinda close together and it is hard to see them.

Have a wonderful time taking photos. Hope to be the "recipient of them soon via your blog! Ü

Mary said...

You are right. Christmas should be more reverent and quiet - a time to reflect on what is special about it.

Sometimes I get disgusted with all of the hoopla and materialism attached to it.

Andrée said...

We went back to school today (as you can see, I am SO far behind in life), and in our sharing time all I heard was "I got", "I got", "I got." We turned the conversation to giving and all I heard was "I bought", "I bought." Teaching the season can't come from me (being in public school), and nobody else seems to be doing it.

Your beautiful photos also remind me of a funny story on another blog: a kitty stole and hid the Baby Jesus from the creche! Now that is bad karma!!

Ms. Math said...

I don't own a nativity scene yet, but I've had one in my sights for the past two years - it is absolutely beautiful! I can't wait to have one set up in my home.

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