Thursday, December 27, 2007

Signs of a Merry Christmas

Enough snow on the ground to go knee boarding! (The wakeboard didn't work that well :)

Presents ripped open with excitement!

One happy Avery!

Celebrating my sister's new journey...

...witnessing what 50 years of love looks like as my grandparents renew their vows

...and the miracle that made it all happen.

I hope Christmas was a memorable one for you!

13 comments:

Tina said...

Hi Elizabeth,
I really enjoy reading your blog and am excited to see more of your work in future CK's.

I was wondering if you could tell me how you were able to get the slideshow on your side panel. Everytime I try, it shows up on top at the main part of my blog.

Thanks for any help,
Tina

noel joy said...

merry christmas my dear friend! :)

that is so cool to see your grandparents celebrate 50 years the same year your sister got married!!! (my grandparents celebrated 50 years the year we got married, too!)

{{{hugs}}} to you and your precious fam.

tell collin to behave himself! lol!!!

Ally0005 said...

Wish we would get show my 3.5 year old has never since it, she so wants to build a snowman. I think it was 2003 when we had our last snow.

Leah said...

The snow looks like such fun! We just don't get that stuff very often around here.

mommamin said...

You are awesome! Sharing your testimony! I was thinking about you Sat. a little jealous about you getting to go to a temple wedding! Love it!

Jess Perry said...

Merry Christmas to you guys! I am glad you had a good one. Hope you have a good remainder of the holiday's. I love the first pic of Collin kneeboarding!

Abby said...

Thanks for reminding us what the Miracle of Christmas really is!! And cute photo of Avery!

Samantha said...

Looks like you had a great day! Thanks for sharing!!

Amy Hummel said...

LOVE the knee boarding! I used to do stuff like that when I lived in KY and we got snow. But we don't get it in St. George....

But at least we have mountains we can go to!

Your sis looked gorgeous.

And I'm glad you remember the true meaning of Christmas. We usually make a little birthday cake for Jesus, as it's a celebration of his birth. Kids just "get" birthday cakes, you know... But unfortunately we were out of town this year and could do it.

Reina said...

Looks like you had a fun Christmas. Going to the temple around Chritmas (and for a wedding) is always special!

joscelyne cutchens said...

how sweet all those pictures are! That knee boarding looks a little scary to me!

Laurie said...

Looks like you had a busy, amazing Christmas. I absolutely love your sister's wedding dress. I have never seen anything like it. She is just as cute as you are.

emily said...

looks like you had a great christmas, elizabeth! love the snow picture...we have gotten tons of snow too...we should try that out :)
later!