Friday, December 29, 2006

Christmas Surprises

So many surprises! So much waiting! It's the best time ever! Our Christmas was extra special because my mom and step-dad had all their kids together for Christmas for the first time since they were married! We've got plenty of photos, and a few highlights are in a web album:
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Maria said...

Looks like your Christmas was wonderful!! Glad to see that you survived getting out on the roads, and that you weren't forced write honku after all. :-)

I love the yarn picture!! Glad to see that your daughter is knitting!I learned how to knit a few months ago. After I got the hang of it, I found it to be very relaxing. I'm even ready to venture on from a scarf to a ... hat!

There is a small but fun yarn shop called Fringe in Tulsa. It's on Third Street - on the edge of downtown. The young lady that runs it is so sweet. She has the loveyliest (sp?) yarn. (The more I look at the word, the more I like it - I think I've created a new word!) I made a scarf for Zach with some of her yarn. It was incredibly soft. I almost hesitated sending it to him, I was feeling greedy. :-)

Happy New Year!

Ingrid said...

Hey ... how cool is that? FRINGE! I like the name. I'll have to check that out. Maybe I'll even relearn to knit!

I am thankful I haven't written any honku, though surprisingly I have had more opportunities to do so.

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