Friday, December 26, 2008

ginger's first christmas

Our Christmas has been lovely. The snow won't quite dumping, making Christmas seem so real and right here. The world really does seem calm and bright wrapped in a fluffy white blanket.

Ginger loves the snow, but we do not appreciate the boots she drags in.

After all the presents were opened and played with, and the Christmas party was over, Sam said, "I wish it went: Saturday. Sunday, Christmas,.....Saturday, Sunday, Christmas..."

14 comments:

SSBenjamins said...

Alisa
It is always happy to read a post from you! I hope your Christmas was a great one. The picture of your boys is cute and I love how kids are so cheery this time of year!
Your dog! Now that is a cute picture! Looks like it belongs in a magazine! Take care! We continue to pray for you and Josh and your darling boys! May the new year bring you joy!

jennie said...

Oh wow...Ginger really does leave her mark, doesn't she? I miss you!

Sonja said...

That is an amazing picture of Ginger. And I love Christmas, but I'm thinking weekly might do me in.

Jill said...

I'm with Sam, although I don't think we could afford it!

We have the same "boot" problem with Winnie although she's lower to the ground and comes in with an entire snow suit. We just let her melt back to normal in the laundry room.

Bryanna said...

I love that Ginger picture!

AnneMarie said...

Amen, Sam!!

Karlet said...

Sam is so adorable!

ronco said...

That is an awesome picture of Ginger, and I also think Sam is onto something.

kathyurry said...

I love the photo of the boys and the dog. I would not want the snow all over from the dog.
I hope you had a good Christmas this year and it was better than last.
Your the best We Love you lots
The Urry's

scientist steven said...

snow boots?

The Brown Family said...

What a cute picture of Ginger. She is a beautiful dog. I hope that you are well, and your holidays were terific.

Dawn said...

I agree with Sam. Saturday, Sunday, Christmas!

Brittani said...

Alisa! I love you. Your posts are always so fun to read! I'm glad you and your family are healthy and happy! Happy New Year!

alisa said...

I just read this post to James (its February) and he was surprised I didnt what Luke said right after, "No! Then there would be no garbage day!"