Random Acts of Living

Sunday, December 26, 2010

Merry Christmas!

I got my little Christmas tree down from the attic and set up. It's still as pretty as ever, don't you think?
I put my singing and dancing tree, penguins and snowman under the tree along with the presents. When you have a small tree, you need small presents.
Because my daughter works on Christmas this year we all gathered at her house on Christmas Eve day.
With all the presents placed under the tree the children entertained themselves playing video games.
No Christmas meal, just loads of snacks, finger foods. I brought over my new smoothie maker and ingredients like bananas, creamer and other fruit. My brother supplied the Baileys.
First we snacked and the kids continued to play.
Then we opened presents.
Do you see K-monster with his hands full of the little boxes? The Princess is opening hers. The hand show the bling from the little boxes. Jewelry they were ALL happy to receive. Definitely one size fits all. Then after the unwrapping it was back to playing.
The menfolk spent most of their time back out of the way, out from under foot.
Another Merry Christmas for the KS Born bunch. Hope You and Yours enjoyed the same!


Peter said...

Hi! I'm so happy that you all had a top day. Yes, Merry Christmas to all.

Now, if that hand had any more bling, the owner would need a wheelbarrow to move it around.

Take Care,

RecycleCindy said...

Looks like you had a wonderful family Christmas with lots of fun and good times. So glad to hear from you and Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!

Arts web show said...

Looks as though you had a great time.
Nice christmas tree too
It's great when a family is all together like this.

Anonymous said...

Dang Arts, you get around, lol.

Moon, I'm so glad you had a great Christmas!

Moonshadow said...

Peter - Hope you and yours had a Wonderful Christmas, too!

The nice thing about the paper bling is that it's not that heavy no matter what the numbers are on the them. :)

Cindy - Thank you for coming by. I always enjoy seeing what new items you come up with. Looking forward to getting creative myself.

Welcome Arts! - Looks like you followed me over from Lisa's blog. Any fan of Lisa's is a friend of mine. :)

Lisa - Thank you!

Anonymous said...

Happy new year to you and your family

Linda said...

Thanks for sharing your Christmas. Looks like there was plenty of love and good times!

Moonshadow said...

Lisa - A Very Happy New Year to You too!

Linda - Thank you for visiting and leaving a comment. Love and good times is what it's ALL about!