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Tuesday, December 26, 2006

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Arlene

I'm so glad you had a happy Christmas. It sounds like you managed to let the stress stuff sit on the side lines and enjoy your family. Yay for you.

Loretta

It's fun to have everyone home, isn't it? For us, it was too short with my son leaving for Florida on the 26th. Glad you all were together and had fun. That's what it's all about - half my decorations are in the boxes, too!

Marilyn

Sounds like a wonderful time! Hoping I get a chance to see you (either in PDX or Davis) in '07. ;) Best wishes to you and yours for the coming year.

Leslie

Your day sounds perfect! ^-^
Just as good I decided not to make the trip thisyear...my brother and his family got stuck with the gift of 'no power' for 6 days, and when I talked to my SIL yesterday, she sounded totally exhausted. The 3 older kids were excited because they were having peanut butter and jelly sandwiches for Christmas dinner....LOL

Margaret

I too gave up a lot of my own personal "perfect" holiday just to have the family all together. I normally listen to lots of Christmas music, but the girls wanted to watch movies together--so we did that instead. It was wonderful! I'm glad that you had such a great Christmas; it really is all about the people, and not the decorations.

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