Well, I’m happy to report that I’m feeling better. Not completely normal yet, but much better. So… time for some Christmas catch up.
Greg was here, complete with the blinking elf hat purchased during our trip to see Andy Williams, on Thursday evening for the Children’s Christmas. Father Christmas was spectacular, of course. We didn’t have a large turn out of kids – the weather was getting a little dicey – but, it was fun.
The News came to take some photos and interview me about the tree and other decorations. I’m hoping it’s a fun piece. I really love to share Christmas with folks.
The next few days are a blur of going to the doctor and laying on the couch, interrupted by piling up in bed, only to return to the couch. Of course, I could see the tree from the couch, so that was a bonus.
Saturday night I did throw on some sweats and drive through the luminaria in Hyde Park for about an hour. I didn’t want to miss it. It’s just gorgeous and such a cool thing. Jim Sunderland has been one of the organizers for years and I so appreciate that sort of dedication. Jim is a good guy in so many ways.
Greg took some beautiful photos and allowed me to add a couple in here. I took none. I remained in the warm car at all times.
Sunday afternoon I snapped a photo of the winter solstice sunlight hitting an ornament on the tree. I had watched it do this Saturday afternoon and Greg took some photos. On Sunday I couldn’t resist getting off the couch and snapping some myself. This was the one I got that was passable. It’s a fun little bit, and an idea I owe to Greg.
If you haven’t been looking in on The Lope lately, you should. He’s doing Ace’s Twelve Days of Christmas.
I hope the last few days of your Christmas season are shaping up nicely.
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