Today is the twelfth day of Christmas. The tree is coming down, the decorations are being stashed in the attic, and the music will soon be switched over to non-holiday fare. In advance of all this end-of-Christmas activity, I’ve put together a little pictorial review of our holiday. Some of the photos are mine, but many of them are David’s.
This Christmas . . . .
I made curtains for our bedroom.
We decorated our tree (after we finally got it).
The boys played with other Buffalo Suzuki Strings students at Roswell Park Cancer Institute.
They also played for the Sunday school program and Immanuel Lutheran Church. Jack loved his harmony ending to “O Come All Ye Faithful.”
We had plenty of snow and cold weather.
We baked cookies and ate dinner with friends. We let the candles burn down as we talked long into the evening.
We heard again about our Savior born in Bethlehem, and we sang songs to worship Him.
Santa brought us presents. Newton was a bit perturbed.
The boys were quite pleased.
We went to Frankenmuth to visit Grandma and Grandpa.
Grandpa and David took the boys sledding.
We refurbished the loveseat. Jack tested it out while reading large portions of the children’s Bible.
We listened to hours of Christmas music and ate copious amounts of good food. We had a very Merry Christmas.
We hope you did too.