Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Merry Christmas

A house to clean, a few errands to run, a few presents to wrap, a Christmas gathering to drop the grands off for, pick up Melody from work and then Rusty and I will be settled down with Christmas movies and a good book. That will be my Wednesday. The snow melted alot today and the snow that was predicted for Christmas has been changed to sleet and freezing rain. Am hoping there are lots more snow storms coming my way this winter. As it gets closer to Christmas I hope all the hustle and bustle has settled down for everyone. I wish a stress free, happy, loving, laughing, peaceful Christmas each of you. May your Christmas wishes come true and may we all remember the reason for the season and say a thank you for that special blessing. Merry Christmas blog friends and Happy Birthday Jesus.

8 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Christmas movies and a good book, huh??? Sounds like a wonderful day to spend-- RIGHT before Christmas.

Have a very very Merry Christmas, Peggy.
Many Hugs,
Betsy

amelia said...

Have a Happy Christmas Peggy and I hope the new year is a happy one for you!!

(I wish that mail would hurry up)

J said...

Merry Christmas ((((Peggy))))

Lib said...

Merry Christmas to you and Yours!
Blessins',Lib

Mary said...

Peggy,

I'm glad you are enjoying the snow. We have none here at all. I would have liked just a little for Christmas Eve, but it's not happening this year. We are to have rain on Christmas day.

Wishing you and yours a very Merry Christmas. May each of you enjoy abundant blessings.

Hugs,
Mary

Kelly or Alex said...

Merry Christmas Peggy. Sounds like you have a great evening planned. Family, movies and pets. A great combination.
Kelly

Linda said...

Have a very wonderful and Blessed Christmas with your family! Tonight we will have our tradtional Birthday Cake and sing Happy Birthday to Jesus. It will be he first year our grandson and granddaughter will be able to "sorta" sing with us!

Rachel said...

Merry Christmas to you Peggy and many Christmas blessings! I hope the new year holds wonderful things for all of us.

Hugs,
Rachel