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Friday, December 24, 2010

Wishing Everyone a Merry Christmas Filled with Peace, Joy and Love


This is an old photo - it looks like we won't have a white Christmas this year. At least we'll be able to make it over the river and through the woods to Grandmother's house!!

Stay warm and safe - enjoy the holiday with family and friends. I'm so happy we have a wood stove to keep us warm!

11 comments:

Pricilla said...

We have a white Christmas.

Merry Christmas to all of you!

BeadedTail said...

We have a wet Christmas but it'll be a warm one inside! Merry Christmas to you!

Pink said...

You got my hopes up that someone on the range was having a white Christmas... enjoy sitting by the fire nonetheless!

Split Rock Ranch said...

Pricilla: As much as I know you don't enjoy the snow, try to enjoy your White Christmas!
BeadedTail: Maybe you'll have some magic tonight and your wet will turn to snow for Christmas! Regardless, stay warm and dry and have a very Merry Christmas!
Pink: I'm somewhat ambivalent about a white Christmas because I want to be sure we can make it to Colorado Springs and back for Christmas. Merry Christmas to you and yours!

tahtimbo said...

We won't be having a white Christmas here, either. I love your stove. I wish that we would have gotten one of those instead of our pellet stove.

My family and I wish you and your family and joyous and wonderful Christmas!

The Painted Veil said...

Our Tropical Christmas has now turned very windy and cold.
Merry Christmas from our home to yours!!
Jackie and family!!:-)

Ann said...

We didn't have any new snow but enough left on the ground to make it a white Christmas. I slept through the entire day with the flu so it really wouldn't have made much difference to me at all...lol
Wishing you and yours a very happy Christmas season

Split Rock Ranch said...

Tim: We love our wood stove. We thought about a pellet stove but the whole idea was to have something that would keep the house warm even without electricity. This is a soapstone stove so it heats up slower than a traditional steel stove and dissipates heat for a long time. We heat over 1500 sf with just this stove. Hope you had a very Merry Christmas!
Jackie: I hope it warms up again soon. There has been some awfully cold and nasty weather in the tropical areas lately! Hope you had a Merry Christmas!
Ann: So sorry you spent the entire day in bed with the flu! I hope you feel better soon. May your New Year be fabulous!

DayPhoto said...

Merry Christmas! We also had a brown Christmas which I rather enjoyed! But it looks like our weather is about to change!

Happy New YEAR you two!

Linda and Tery
http://coloradofarmlife.wordpress.com

Lynne said...

Beautiful photos! White Christmas or not, I hope it was very Merry!

Texan said...

Thank you for coming by my blog! :O).

I just love your wood stove!

Your crochet work is beautiful!!