Mele Kalikimaka

As Christmas Day draws to a close, I’m watching one of my favorite Christmas movies – White Christmas. Diane & I share a love of White Christmas and saw the musical earlier this week. I enjoyed the musical, but the movie is still my favorite.

Christmas morning began at the reasonable hour of 7 a.m. My brother had been threatening 5 or 6 a.m. so I was happy with 7 a.m. Chloe was very excited and enjoyed helping everyone open their presents. Her favorite? A stuffed Husky dog, which was actually one of my presents until Chloe got hold of it. For the brief seconds the Husky was mine, I named him Jake Locker. My favorite gifts – an alarm clock for my iPod, Up on DVD, and a painting.

With presents done, I braved the cold-ish weather and headed for the park. While we did not get a real White Christmas, the frost on the ground gave the impression of a White Christmas. The park was fairly active for Christmas morning. I even saw a few muskrats enjoying the sunny Christmas morning. The sun was so bright – who would have thought I would have needed sunglasses?

8 miles later it was time to head home for what has become a Christmas tradition for my family – heading to the movies. On my way, I stopped at an open Starbucks on the way home to get a hot drink to help warm me up! In line, I decided it was a good day to buy the coffee of the person behind me in line.
The movie we saw was The Blind Side, which was very good.

One of my co-workers made a really good sausage stuffing for Thanksgiving and an early Christmas dinner and brought in the leftovers. It was so good so I attempted to make it for Christmas dinner. While it was not as good as my co-worker’s it didn’t turn out half bad! And it also fulfils #6 on my 32 Things list! Woohoo!!

And there you have it – Christmas 2009! Merry Christmas to you and yours!
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One Response to Mele Kalikimaka

  1. I know the Hawaiian reference!!! Go Ponies!Captcha word: Linnqu – an electronic device from France that allows translation of lanquages.

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