Sunday, December 27, 2009

Christmas Photo's!! Just a few!



Grams with my new MP3 player!! Kelly got me this! Now I have to learn how to use it!!!
Nancy

The manager scene people are over 50 years old.
I got them at the old Ben Franklin store in Englewood in
Independence in 1958!



Kelly in her new PJ's
I know, don't faint I have the Christmas photo's posted already!! When I first started blogging I didn't know how to upload or any thing at all with getting photo's or linking and I have learned so much since I started in June of 2007! I didn't post a picture of Karen because I could not remember which one I could use!!
Bill,Becky,Jake, Sarah, and Kyle didn't get to come up here on Christmas Day so we are having our Christmas with them next weekend.
It has snowed every morning since Christmas.In fact it snowed most of the day yesterday!!We had a very quiet Christmas Day with just the four of us. We played games with Nancy. She got a board game, Trouble, Old Maid cards, and Don't break the Ice. She had a big time because Kelly was the old maid.
Wishing you all a Happy and Joyful New Year!



14 comments:

Barbara H. said...

Sounds like a wonderful time! No snow here -- just rain. I've thought about an MP3 player, but I have no idea how to use one, either.

Renie Burghardt said...

Oh, I love your pictures, Carolyn. Your tree is so pretty. And it sounds like you had a very nice Christmas. I did as well, minus the snow. And I don't want any snow anyway!

May the new year shower you and yours with many blessings. Happy New Year!

Hugs,

Renie

Melli said...

Awww... well, I'm sorry that the rest of the family couldn't get to you - but sOMetimes those cozy little gatherings with "just us" turn out to be the BEST ever! It sounds like it WAS a good one!

Love Bears All Things said...

Thanks for sharing these photos with us. Looks like you had a great one. I have two of those players and I don't use either one.
Mama Bear

Nezzy said...

What a lovely Christmas you had with your precious family. Ya'll got a MP3 player to boot! Woohoo!

God bless you dear one and have a wonderful New Year!!!

Sharon said...

What great pictures!! Looks like you had a beautiful and blessed Christmas,,,,awesome!!!
Hugggggs to you my friend

Joyce said...

Good morning Grams,
I loved your pictures. I am still learning how to upload pictures. We to are having our Christmas this weekend. Here we are getting snow to. Have a wonderful New Years.

Love and Hugs,
Joyce

Flip Flop Floozie said...

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU!! May it bring good health to us all..
Sandy

DarenPRakowski said...

很喜歡你的部落格風格,期待你的更新!..................................................

PEA said...

Happy New Year to you and yours, dear Carolyn! I do hope that 2010 brings you nothing but the best:-) I've finally got all my Christmas decorations put away so now I have time for the computer again. I really missed blogging and visiting during the holidays but now I'm back!!!

Loved seeing the pictures from your Christmas, look at those smiles:-) Your nativity set is so precious and how wonderful that you still have it after all these years. xoxo

Denise said...

Good morning girl and Happy New Year.. I am trying to work my way through my blog friends and wanted to say how wonderful your pictures are......... Looks like you had a wonderful time.......

I look forward to the new year in the blog world.. I am nearing my 3rd anniversary....... Hard to imagine...

Dawn said...

I'm trying to catch up on visiting with people I've been neglecting - since FB, we hear bits and pieces, but I miss blogging with so many!

Linda said...

What a lovely Christmas. Here's hoping the New Year brings many blessings your way.

Mary said...

Grams,

I love your photos. Looks like you all had a wonderful time. I wouldn't know how to use that MP3 player either. Like you, I've learned a lot since getting a computer. My first was in 1997.

We now have a nice layering of snow, but it has all come since Christmas. Only about 3 inches total...not much for our area in January.

Have a great day. Sorry I was so late getting over to see your photos.

Blessings,
Mary