I am not off to a very good start with my so called "resurrection" am I? Should I promise more for 2011 or maybe we will just take it day by day.
The holiday season came and went so quickly and I am pleased to report that it was generally uneventful and that is a good thing. Lots of time spent with family and friends.Unfortunately not so much time spent knitting. I came up short on the Christmas gifts. Why do I do this every year? No more knitted Christmas gifts and no more knitting things that don't please me When will I learn that those are the projects hardest to finish.
I spent a couple of weekends with my parents just before the holidays and thought I would share some pictures of my childhood home decorated for Christmas. This is the back porch which of course is the door that everyone uses. A country girl I am...
Mom and Dad are elderly and my sister is in charge of the decorating and I think she does a mighty fine job. I believe I heard that my brother brought the angel which is new this year.
I am most enamored of the snowman she and her husband created. I kept trying to figure out how to sneak it out to my car... I think it is too cute for words.
Mr. Snowman certainly did his part in our celebrating with a white Christmas this year. How was your celebration. I am looking forward to the new year. Before that comes I do want to wind up a few loose ends for 2010 so that I can start 2011 with a clean slate. That means at least one new post before the new year- I love a new start!!