Saturday, December 24, 2011

Christmas Time is Here!

Jill and Corey and the kids arrived before 10:00 this morning, having already had their "Colorado Christmas" at their house, opening the gifts sent from Corey's family.

The kids got cameras from their Papa Tom Gibson and proceeded to photograph everything!
Then they had to study their pics.

 Jill of the touchy stomach needed some bland sustenance and made some ramen noodles.
 Corey will be leaving early Christmas morning to go back to work in Colorado, so he got to open his new toy, a Kindle Fire. 
 Isaac got a new Seahawks sweatshirt, and he and Jill geared up
 They are now on their way to the stadium to meet up with Jake to go to the Seahawks game.  The rest of us will watch it on TV.
 Tom is enjoying coffee and the paper before he has to gear up to put the turkey on the grill.
 Irene is glued to her new Barbie Peacock Princess movie.
 Corey is charging his Kindle and will be playing with it.
 The dining room table is ready to be set for our Christmas Eve dinner.
 And I am minding the lists to keep it all on schedule.

Wishing all of my blog friends and family a Merry Christmas, a Happy Hanukkah, Happy Holidays, a few days of peace and love and wonderment.


  1. Aloha, Linda! Wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas! Blessings!

  2. Your home looks festive and lovely. Your family, of course, looks festive and lovely, too!

  3. Couldn't be better!

    Have a wonderful time.

  4. Have a blessed, wonderful Merry Christmas with all of your beautiful family, Linda! Enjoy!!


  5. Wishing you and the rest of the family a very pleasant holiday season. Enjoy!

  6. Let the party begin, seems it already has...happy holidays

  7. Very Christmassy Linda. Happy Christmas to you all - Dave

  8. Thank you for being such a good friend, Linda. I appreciate all the thoughtful posts you've made this year, the pictures you have shared, and the comments you make on my own blogs. I am grateful to know you and your family. Merry, merry Christmas! :-)

  9. Merry Christmas, Linda! What a shame that Corey has to leave to go back to Colorado. I hope he finds a job soon in Seattle. This would be awful for the kids if it weren't for the fact that grandpa and grandma Reeder are here.


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