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Christmas is not a Small Celebration---it's HUGE! And it all begins with a tiny infant in a manger. So peaceful and calm. The birth of a humble King to show us the way...
It has been days of family and friends. Laughter, Remembrances, Love, Faith, and Joy.
And an overdose of scrumptious culinary delights!
What have you been Celebrating?
I'm still celebrating Christmas! Really, we should do that every day of the year.ReplyDelete
Alex, you're right! A year long celebration sounds perfect.Delete
It's good to celebrate the small things.ReplyDelete
I'm celebrating finally having my daughter at home with me.
She works too hard that one!
I hope you've had (and are still having) a wonderful Christmas :)
There is still Christmas celebration here, too! I wish we could bottle this feeling and take it out and just breathe it in occasionally.ReplyDelete
Winter Moon, I'm sad because my son just left me today...Delete
Robin, very good idea!
A long Christmas celebration is the best ;)ReplyDelete
SK, I agree.Delete
I'm glad you had such a wonderful Christmas. It was a great holiday here too and it's hard to get back to normal now! Have a great weekend, Cathy! :)ReplyDelete
Julie, yes very hard to get back to normal.Delete
Since you love the holiday so much, I'll wish you a Splendid Christmas (again). I hope you didn't eat too much.ReplyDelete
Nana, too late. I ate like a horse.Delete
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas! :)ReplyDelete
Lara, thank you, I did.Delete
Hmm....forgot my celebration post today. Was excited to finish a book review and spaced everything else. Still winding down from Christmas, I think.ReplyDelete
Sharon, I truly understand. I forgot this post was to recollect the past year. Duh.Delete
Sounds like you had a fantastic Christmas! Hope New Year's is just as great for you. :)ReplyDelete
Your Christmas sounded wonderful - especially the culinary delights! lolReplyDelete
I'm wishing you a happy, healthy, and prosperous 2014! :-)
Heather, it was nice. Happy New Year.Delete
Lexa, I ate waaay too much...
I love Christmas--How such a small baby saved the world is so amazing.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!
Sounds like Christmas has been wonderful; thank you for celebrating with me in 2013.ReplyDelete