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Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas


I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas day with their loved ones. I just wanted to give you all a quick update. I spoke with my MIL and she loved the apron I made for her. My FIL even told me that it was a great accomplishment for my first apron. My brother also loved the pillows I made for him. I received wonderful gifts from my MIL. She knitted me a beautiful swing jacket. When I tried it on I felt like I was transformed back into the 1940's. I loved it. Also, she gave me one of those big recipe books that you get at Sam's or Costco and she filled out a page or two of every section with family recipes. That meant the world to me and I was thrilled. I was crying looking at every recipe and E telling me that some of these recipes were and are not ones that leave her side.

E was very thoughtful and spoiled me as usual. Of course, I was the same with him. We always try to give gifts to each other that enhances each others hobbies. He has his music, art and wood carving and he loves seeing me create with cardstock, sewing and mod podge. Holly and Patch loved their gifts as well.

Have a wonderful evening!!

8 comments:

  1. I knew she would love her apron! You should be very proud :)
    I love cookbooks! And family recipes are the best!
    Glad you had such a wonderful day.

    Misha

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  2. Hello~sounds like your Christmas was wonderful. So glad - I know how hard you worked on the gifts you made. I knew they would be a hit. Such a great job.
    Have a happy new year.
    Best Wishes!
    Sonia

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  3. Sounds like a happy family--I'm glad your gifts were well received. The cookbook sounds like such a fabulous family gift of tradition, I would have cried too! Enjoy the lead up to New Years :-)

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  4. Sounds like a wonderful Christmas! I'd love to see a pic of that swing coat your MIL made! And what a thoughtful gift to share her recipes!
    Happy New Year!

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  5. Just came over form another's blog... :o) My hubby is a retired Army helicopter pilot..my dad's retired Air Force, my brother is in the Navy... Thank your husband for his service and thank you for your part too :o)

    What great gifts that you made! It is always extra special if the gifts are handcrafted.

    Mele Kalikimaka & Hau'oli Makahiki Hou! (Hawaiian for Merry Christmas & Happy New Year!)

    Blessings & Aloha! (We are in Georgia too :o)

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  6. Glad you had such a wonderful Christmas! Gifts from the heart are the best!

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  7. What a pretty picture. I hope you had a merry christmas!!

    Have a fantastic new year!!

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  8. Thank you, Alisha, for your really nice comment on my blogoversary post! Of course, she loved the apron {and your brother the pillows}! What could be more heartfelt than a gift you made specifically with them in mind. It sounds like she gave you a wonderful gift, too.

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