Sunday, December 25

Merry Christmas












Above is our family photo on Christmas day: from the left is Son in law Alex with son Declan, daughter Nicla with Alice (Vanessa's newborn), Rachael with Liam (Nicla & Alex's baby), daughter Vanessa, Anne (wife) and son in law Mark.

Thankyou for your comments and interesting articles during 2005. I look forward to a continuance next year!

My youngest daughter Rachael, was very creative with her Christmas presents this year, the cost was a considerable amount of time and thoughtfulness but without much material expense. An alternative to the consumer Christmas has been a popular topic and should you be interested Rachael has posted an article and some photos of her hand made presents on her "less is more blog" [[click here]]

7 comments:

Granny said...

I'm glad your Christmas was so merry and I do like the picture. You really need to figure out how to put yourself in a few more of them though.

We are less than 2 hours away from midnight and then we'll say Merry Christmas to each other with a glass of egg nog (if us old folk can stay awake that long).

Best,

DA said...

Looks like a wonderful family Christmas (2005) Lindsay.

Seems like the Y genes got the best of you though :-)

Thanks for your profound comments.

madcapmum said...

Merry Christmas! I see those green-leafed trees out your window and I'm a little jealous! Looks like you're blessed with family.

L. said...

Merry Christmas 2005! It`s still Christmas, here in this time zone (San Francisco). All the best!

Nerdine said...

I hope you and your family had a really nice Christmas. I had a quiet and wonderful one in my mum's newly renamed house "gingerbread house" (have a look on my blog.)

Rachael Byrnes said...

Please excuse my closed eyes in the photo! The flash gets me too often!

Nerdine said...

Happy New Year Lindsay! And thank you so much for your poem! you have been linked for that... :)