Friends

21 December 2010

T'was the Night before Christmas

Weather Forecast:
Frozen snow
Ice like a rink
(mind you don’t fall
getting that drink)

Now take a minute to enjoy my all time favourite Christmas story

11 comments:

faye said...

72° again yesterday..
no white Christmas again this year.

My favorite Christmas story is
Cajun Night Before Christmas..
forget the reindeer.. the sleigh
is pulled by gators through the
bayou..

Brian Miller said...

snow and ice on christmas eve here...watched the first lady read this last night on tv...have a wonderful christmas valerie...

A man called Valance said...

‘The moon on the crest of the new fallen snow, gave the luster of midday to objects below.’

A wonderful line.

Lovely, Val. Thank you.

Ron said...

Oh, what a wonderful video to watch while sipping my morning coffee before heading into work this morning!

Thank you, dear lady!

It truly made me feel in the Christmas spirit!

Happy Christmas, Valerie!

X

P.S. stay warm!

Pat said...

I enjoyed that video! An oldie but goodie! We bought this book for our granddaughter and recorded our voices reading the book. Have you seen these? Hallmark makes them.

Have a WONDERFUL Christmas!

Valerie said...

Pat, Ron, Faye, Brian, Faye, Valance: thank you, my friends, for making my blogging year worthwhile. I wish you all a Merry Christmas and hope that all your expectations are met a hundredfold in the year to come. Bless you all. Hugs from me.

Akelamalu said...

Happy Christmas to you Valerie. x

A man called Valance said...

And a Merry Christmas to you too, Val.

(Hanging my head in shame at my spelling of 'lustre.')

Valerie said...

Oooh Valance, I thought that was the US spelling... lol.

The same to you, Akelamalu. Enjoy the holiday season, whatever the weather.

Valerie said...

Oooh Valance, I thought that was the US spelling... lol.

The same to you, Akelamalu. Enjoy the holiday season, whatever the weather.

Bernie said...

Thank you for sharing Val, wishing you a Merry Christmas sweet lady,
and stay warm and safe....:-)Hugs