Saturday, December 25, 2010

Happy Christmas!

I hope you are all having a wonderful Christmas.  My morning has been filled with joy.  My older son came over yesterday and spent the night, so I got to have both boys home on Christmas morning!  Loved that!  We were all up very early to open gifts.  I've had Mastering the Art of French Cooking on my wish list for a long while... I got it, plus several other lovely gifts which included Carole King and James Taylor "Live At The Troubadour" and Nora Ephron's book "I Remember Nothing" (which is how I feel a lot of days... Lol!).  I am now going to have to get serious about cooking!

I got a "Grandpa" living Christmas card this morning... a huge, gorgeous pheasant in my back yard!  Tried to get some photos, but my little camera just isn't good at distance shots.  Here is the blurry pic!





He was so much more colorful that this image shows.  My Grandpa loved pheasants, in fact the signpost in their front yard was a pheasant with their name under it.  Having this pheasant show up was a fun Christmas surprise!

Take a moment to visit Michelle Palmer's blog.  She was the winner of my giveaway, and recently hosted one of her own.  She posted about the giveaway in her December 21st post.  Click Michelle Palmer Petals & Palettes to visit her blog.  I love her amazing artwork.  I think you will too!

Well, it's time to go make my salad and get things going for dinner.  Have a lovely day and a Very Merry Christmas!

Blessings!
Nita Jo

4 comments:

Donna said...

I'm so glad that you are having a wonderful Christmas and spending time with your young men! How sweet that you got a special nod from heaven from your Grandpa. He had to send you that bird to visit!

Michelle has beautiful work and I've gotten several pieces from her etsy shop, most recently a painting for a girlfriend. She is a lucky winner because you had a beautiful stash of treasures!

Merry Christmas, sweetie!

Sally said...

So happy for you to have your sons with you on Christmas. I'm a little late, but Merry Christmas, sweet lady! :)

Nita Jo said...

Thanks for both your comments! Hoping your Christmas was wonderful too. Blessings for the New Year!

Nita Jo

Donna said...

Ahhhh....seems "Grampa" came for a visit!! How Wonderful!!
hughugs