Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Christmas Eve Eve

Wishing each and everyone of you a very Merry Christmas. May your day be filled with peach and love and God's blessing in all that you do.

This tree is in Riverpark Square downtown Spokane, Washington.It is a beautiful tree and the Christmas music playing was wonderful. Bob and I had a "date night" this evening. We went down town and looked at store windows, Christmas trees, listened to music, held hands and walked along the sidewalk until we looked at each other and said "its cold out here" and went back to the car. All that was missing was snowflakes falling. But it was fun and we had a good time.
Ole Santa here is in front of O'Dougherty's bar. We didn't go in, just took his picture as kept walking. After we shivered back to the car, we drove around looking at the Christmas lights. Then we went back to the edge of downtown to Frank's Diner and had breakfast for supper. It is a railroad car made into a diner. They serve really good food at a reasonable price. Bob had his all time favorite, biscuits and gravy and I had bacon, eggs and hash browns. We were both stuffed but it was fun.
Now we are home, Bob is watching his usual old western movie on TV and me and my book are headed for bed. The kids will start arriving by 10 or 11 I would imagine. No snow for a sleigh ride as in some years. (I have a sleigh and a pony that pulls it) but we will find something fun to do. We are having lasagna, salad, garlic bread and cookies for dessert. No big stressing out over a fancy dinner.
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  1. MERRY CHRISTMAS to you, Lea. I hope Santa leaves you a whole basket of peaches [peace] and, I especially wish for you God's many blessing on you and yours now and throughout the New Year!

    Hugs ... Marcia in CO

  2. May you and yours have a wonderful Christmas!

  3. Marcia - and I ran it thru spell check. Peaches, peace both are grand.