Tuesday, December 25, 2007
What a wonderful day. We slept in, got up, had some really neat sticky buns and coffee and opened stockings. Then my parents and grandmother and brother and his wife all came over. As we were opening presents, it started snowing big huge flakes. We had a wonderful meal prepared by Lori and her mom, all of us around the big table. Big windows to the left and right affording great views of the snow continuing to fall and starting to stick. By the time we were having dessert, the snow had turned to rain and by the time everyone left for home, only a little slush remained allowing everyone a safe trip home. Now, we wind down and prepare to return to normal. And I begin to look back and look ahead.
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