Grinnin' like a hungry cat who just landed in a well stocked Aviary, her shinin' faced beamed as she said, "today I'm marrin' your son and you will really be my mom." December 1, 1995 , Geek Son married The Latin Lovin' Hillbilly and we gained another daughter. Our family was blessed more than Christmas dinner after the fast at a monastery when this one joined our happy clan.
On December third my sweet Mother-In-Love celebrated her 84th birthday surrounded by family and a big old cake piled high with icin'. Doesn't that smile just light up a room? Born in 1927, this lovely lady has seen more in our world than most of us could wrap our brains around. She is now livin' in an assisted livin' facility and lovin' it more than a fly loves sticky buns on Christmas Mornin'. Mom and my wonderful Father-In-Love would of celebrated their 65th weddin' anniversary on the eighth of December along with my Brother-Out-Law's (just kiddin') 49th birthday.
This handsome dude loves football and the Colts almost as much as he loves that Banana Split Cake. Zacharie is the oldest of our 'bonus' grandkiddos. He's a great big brother to Alexis, Jacob and little Ian. This awesome football player holds down a job as he hold up his grades. My heart bursts watchin' him grow into the super young fella he is. Zach celebrated his 17th birthday on the tenth. Woohoo....party on!!!!
Mischievous as a hyper Blue Heeler pup in a box full of kitties, this happy gent celebrated his birthday on the twelfth of December. This Ozark Farm Chick can't look at Joel without seein' my daddy all over that jubilant face. Oh how that smile melts this gals heart. He's a builder, a scientist and a lover of God. Did I mention he's a climber too? Yep, if we ever lose this one we've learned to simply look up. He climbs walls folks!!!
The Latin Lovin' Hibilly in all her orneriness was born December 14, 1975. Ya need rear view mirrors on the back of your ears 'round this one. Geek Son made his very dramatic entry into this world December 18th, 1974. This Mama's so very proud of the man, husband and father he's become but someone had to put a stop to all these celebrations. As Barney Fife said, "Nip it...Nip it in the bud!"
When our beautiful Social Butterfly found the Monarch of her dreams, ya know the one that made her little heart flutter, flip and go pitty~pat, a December weddin' was brought up. Miss Social said, "Oh no...Mama won't allow anymore hitchins or babies bein' birthed in December." This union took place in January. Ya'll know what happens when Mamas not happy! Heeheehhee! Let me tell ya'll, I've popped more than few proud buttons over this one too! She makes my heart sing.
Our Decembers are packed tighter than a clown car.....then we have Christmas. Here on the Ponderosa we are celebratin' Christmas on December 31st. It truly doesn't matter to this chick what day we celebrate as long as we celebrate together. Shouldn't we all be celebratin' the birth of our Lord and Savior everyday anyway? 'Just sayin'.......
Saturday on the Ponderosa the tree's 1,100 lights will be lit, the Christmas music jammin' in the background, the dinner table filled with all the trimmins and the fresh cider table filled with decant homemade candies. Farm Boy will gather the grandkiddos 'round his big old recliner to read the true Christmas story from the Bible. Presents will be opened as laughter fills the air but most of all we will celebrate Jesus. Yep, like Elvis sang on his October 15, 1957 single and on the United States best sellin' Christmas Album ever, "For if everyday could be just like Christmas, what a wonderful world this would be!" Just like Mr. Presley, I want to always celebrate Jesus each and every day so I ask, "Why Can't Everyday Be Like Christmas?"
GOD BLESS YA'LL. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAVE A VERY WONDERFUL NEW YEAR!!!
I have had a friend or aquaintence with a birthday every single day in December. Sometimes more than one a day!ReplyDelete
Happy celebrations to all of you!
Well you definately do have alot of celebrating to do in the month of December! I think that just brings family close and makes it all the more fun!!ReplyDelete
you do have a lot going on in December. and what a beautiful family you have. you have much to be thankful for. I hope you licked a lot of icing off that birthday cake.ReplyDelete
I should've counted how many geeks you have in your family, because that is just awesome!ReplyDelete
Your best description though was of Joel as a love of God. So awesome to see in a young person!
What precious photos and what an activity-filled month! May God richly bless you and your entire family in the new year.ReplyDelete
I'd enjoy every single celebration like it was the only one in the month.ReplyDelete
Happy Everything to you and your family!
I do agree with that statement for sure. Every day should be like Christmas. No it doesn't matter at all which day we celebrate, as long as we do. You are blessed with so many December celebrations that it would be hard to keep up with them all, but I'm sure you do. I have an album with Elvis's Christmas songs on it and listen to that song often. Every day should be Christmas...in our hearts all year long. Merry Christmas !ReplyDelete
Oh Nezzy, I am so glad that you are back to fill my life with the best OZARK POETRY AROUND!!!! I feel as if I am in the living room with all of you, listening to talk like I have never heard, smelling the perfume of farm food, tasting things I never had....you are awesome, and I JUST WANT TO SAY HAPPY NEW YEAR DEAREST! JESUS BE PRAISED! AnitaReplyDelete
What a cute bride face in that first pic! Your Decembers are FULL aren't they..what joy it all must be for you. Happy New Year to you! ;DReplyDelete
What a happy post!...and why, indeed, shouldn't we celebrate Christ's birth on every single day? We keep the twelve days of Christmas in this house - decorations and food and celebration until the Feast of the Three Kings, Epiphany, on January 12th.ReplyDelete
God bless your entire celebrating, crazy, loving family this holiday!!!ReplyDelete
Wow, do your feet even touch the ground in December with all that running around, celebrating, cooking, and having tons of fun? I bet not! Have a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year of blogging so I can have a good laugh, smile or even a few tears from your blog!ReplyDelete
A lovely looking family ! Wonderful post and photos ! Have a Happy New Year !ReplyDelete
Oh Nezzy you have a beautiful family - you deserve to be proud and pop some buttons! sandieReplyDelete
Well December is overflowing for you and your family with all kinds of celebrations!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Nezzy!
As I've said before and you've proved... December is the best month of the whole year!ReplyDelete
You've written about your gorgeous grandkids before, but this is the first time you mention December, and in a positive manner. I'm glad you like December, and I thank your commenter Mc Val for saying "... December is the best month of the year" You see - I was born in December.ReplyDelete
Hi Nezzy, I hope you had a beautiful holiday!ReplyDelete
I was married in December. We love this time of the year!
All your family photos are great! That first photo of the bride is so pretty. And the last photo is stunning. What beautiful young ladies!
Happy New Year!
Have a wonderful blessed Christmas, as it sounds it's already planned that way.ReplyDelete
ya'll are busier than a cat in a room full of rockin' chairs!!
Best birthday wishes to everyone!
Have a wonderful Christmas celebration too!!
Hope your new year is the best year yet :)
I love all the celebrating and the pride you have in all those loved ones. You have a good looking bunch there....keep enjoying all those wonderfuld December moments.ReplyDelete
Hi Nezzy..at your house the celebrations will go on all month!! Happy Birthday and Anniversary to everyone!ReplyDelete
I am sorry if Christmas were everyday I would be exhausted all the time. So I will just carry Christmas in my heart ..okay?
You are blessed with a wonderful family Nezzy..enjoy your family celebration this weekend! :)
Oh Nezzy...I do love this post! This is pretty much the way our Family celebrates the month of December...ReplyDelete
Birthday's on the 12th, 16th, 17th, 20th and 21st! And then, the most important birthday of all...the 25th! The birth of our Savior! such a busy month!
Enjoy your Christmas, enjoy your family and have a GREAT time!! I know you have much to look forward to.
Wow, December sure is a busy month in your neck of the woods!! But what a fun celebration it must be!!!ReplyDelete
Love all the pictures and the little stories behind every single one! You have such a lovely family...full of love!!!!
Hope you had a wonderful Christmas and hope you have a happy (and safe) New Year!
Nezzy, I'm going to adopt your MIL as my Gran if you don't mind. My Gran was also born in in 1927. And you just reminded me that, had she lived, she would be 84 today. The big evil "C" took her out. I sure do miss her. If you're up to it, you can read about her here. Thanks for reminding me. I owe you one!ReplyDelete
What an entertaining post AS ALWAYS:) You have so much to celebrate in December! The Birth of Jesus tops the list, but LOTS more celebratons! I loved seeing all of those sweeties! YOUR MIL has the most beautiful smile!ReplyDelete
Enjoy this week, Happy New Year and blessings flowing to you and yours!
I am sure without a doubt that your celebrationReplyDelete
will be filled with lots of love, laughter, fun and fellowship.
Have a super day and a Happy New Year!
Ah Nezzy.......another batch of your beautiful pictures. That makes my day!ReplyDelete
All of them are gorgeous and you should be popping buttons!
Looks like Christmas was pretty allright on the Ponderosa!
Oh my goodness, you really are busier than a one-legged man at a butt-kickin' contest, aren't ya? And what a beautiful family you have. I'll be thinking about you on Saturday. What a way to end the year. Surrounded by everyone you love. Happy New Year, Nezzie. I think 2012 is our year to meet. Love ya, girl.ReplyDelete
Happy Birthday and Anniversary to everybody that needs a Shout Out, this month in your family. Sounds like you've got your hands full celebrating, when you throw in Christmas. May it be a GLORIOUS day for you all. And may you have a healthy and happy NEW YEAR. Glad I've gotten to know you. Thanks for being a blog buddy. Take care.ReplyDelete
Oh my gosh another great blog to follow! Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment!ReplyDelete
Great post and I love your sense of humor!
MERRY CHRISTMAS TO YOU ALL AS WE WILL BE CELEBRATING CHRISTMAS AGAIN ON JANUARY 1st we will be wishing everyday was Christmas also.ReplyDelete
Blessings in the New Year.
wow you have a busy December schedule. I think it getting more common to celebrate Christmas with family on other days since there are more moving parts to bring together.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas and peace to the Ponderosa
My word, woman, you meet yourself coming and going in December! Don't forget to breathe and enjoy the rest of it.ReplyDelete
It is always good to have your familly surround you.......thanks for your love and support last year ...happy 2012....blessings !!...xxx...ReplyDelete
You have the most beautiful family and your Mother in Law's smile is wonderful. Happy New Year.ReplyDelete
You really have December packed with wonderful events. Since you haven't celebrated yet it is not too late to wish you and your handsome family the Merriest of Christmases.ReplyDelete
Keep the love going all through 2012.
My goodness! That is a lot of family birthdays! I still enjoy your sense of humor and stop by frequently, even though I may not comment. Happy New Year!!ReplyDelete
Nip it in the Bud...ReplyDelete
Thanks for that reminder from good ol' Barney!
Beautiful family and I too, wish every day could have the feel of Christmas.
What wonderful, magical pictures! Your family is just beautiful and you are indeed so blessed! My birthday is December, too! What a wonderful month, packed tighter, as you said, than a clown car! :-)ReplyDelete
Awww! Thanks, mom! This had me all teary-eyed!ReplyDelete
What a fine family. Lovely ladies and handsome lads. Happy New Year to all of you.ReplyDelete
I'm with you Nezzy, it doesn't matter when... it just matters that it happens. We are so blessed in our lives. Your December sure is packed with goodness!ReplyDelete
Branson is a magical place for us. We went there on our honeymoon (and before) and have been going back almost every year since then. Aren't the lights at Christmas beautiful? You MIL is very lucky to have you. Just think of the memories you gave her to replay in her mind over and over!
Happy New Year to you and your family. You are definitely bringing it in the right way!
Such a lovely family you have. Have a wonderful dinner with family and have a Blessed New Year my friend.ReplyDelete
Such a lovely post with some of your family in this one Nezzy. Your blog is award free well we must do something about that! Wishing you a very healthy and happy 2012. RichardReplyDelete
I understand the sentiment, but if everyday was like Christmas, I don't think I could take it. A little bit of stress goes a long way! :)ReplyDelete
What a wonderful post!! I absolutely love you to pieces, Nezzy! Just looking at you face makes me happier than..than..well, that pup in a box full of kitties! Nope..not even that compares!ReplyDelete
Hugs and Happy New Year, dear friend!
My two grandsons are Dec. babies. Joshua jr on the 10th turned fourteen this year and then little Nicky turned three on the 27th.ReplyDelete
It sure makes a busy December.
What a busy month you have had. To end the year with the Christmas celebration, to me, is the best idea I've ever heard. As my Mom would have said, "you're sharp as a mashed potato sandwich". Love you, gal. Merry Christmas and Merry Christmas. xoxoReplyDelete
For some reason this lovely post made me all teary.ReplyDelete
Your family is so beautiful, Miss Nezzy.
I'm so glad you have such joys surrounding you at this glorious time of year.
Hugs and blessings from Arizona.
As always your posts make me so happy. I love the photos you share. I hope you have a lovely New Year.ReplyDelete
Merry Christmas Nezzy...and a Happy New Year also...I believe you will enjoy it whatever day it is...ReplyDelete
A wonderful Christmas and Happy New Year to you, too.ReplyDelete
I know about Blue Heeler pups of the canine variety. Ours is three.
Oh what fun and hectic Dec must be for all of you, Nezzy. But that's ok cause there won't be any room for boredom. Come check out my new little bundle of joy.http://christineshomeandtraveladventures.blogspot.com/2011/12/shes-here-my-precious-brand-new.htmlReplyDelete
Happy New Year to all!...Christine
Busy, busy, busy! Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Wow, what a fun filled December your family has. We have quite a few birthdays in December, too. Hope you have a happy Christmas celebration Saturday!ReplyDelete
Lovely post Nezzy. Enjoyed my visit by here tonight.ReplyDelete
Just had to come by say hello and wish you a very Happy New Year
What lovely pictures of a lovely family!! Lots to celebrate in December. Your Christmas celebration is the 31st--mine will end up being on January 4th next year--LOL! It's the thought that counts and it doesn't matter, like you said--Christmas every day!! Bless you and yours, sweetie!! Enjoy!! :):)ReplyDelete
Yes indeedy, your Decembers are Packed Full!!!ReplyDelete
I think Families being together is the Best kind of Christmas' ever.
and it would for sure be nice.........if everyday could be Like Christmas...IF PEOPLE lived the true meaning of Christmas.
Whew - - - - you make me tired just reading about your month of celebrations! A person would almost have to start planning for them in January!!! What joyous occasions you do have to shout about though - - and what a great way to bring in the New Year with a feast and gifts - - - as you remember the greatest gift any of us was ever given!ReplyDelete
Oh my! That's a whole lot of great celebrating in December! I love the idea of Christmas on the 31st. Merry Christmas to you and your family!!ReplyDelete
Nezzy, I posted this on my blog comments, but want to make sure you see it.ReplyDelete
Nezzy, our Blue Heeler ate his 6' leather leash. Chews up Kong toys. Still at age 3. Last spring he tried to herd ducks - did pretty good until Daddy Duck showed up. Has a LOUD voice and loves to sing.
What a busy month for you. But with family that wonderful, certainly every day of the year would be like Christmas. Happy New Year, to you, Nezzy. And big hugs.ReplyDelete
Hi Nezzy, you have a had a busy month just jam-packed with celebrations and most of all...love! You have a beautiful family and I hope you all have the very best Christmas on the 31st. You are right, every day should be like Christmas!!ReplyDelete
Wishing you and yours a wonderful and healthy, happy New Year!
You have a wonderful family - the BEST of blessings!!! Enjoy your Christmas & New Year's in one, lol! Hugs!ReplyDelete
Yep, you should make a movie:)ReplyDelete
Happy New Year Nezzy!ReplyDelete
I love this post because I got to see so many members of your lovely and happy family!
And I do declare you are the most popular person in bloggyland...so many comments in one day!
Here's to many more blog posts and memories to share!
Lord, I'm always late here. What a month you have, made me tired just reading about it. At least I did not miss your Christmas, have a wonderful one and big ol' Happy New Year to you.ReplyDelete
Jules @ Trying To Get Over The Rainbow
What a beautiful family you have! That is a lot of celebrations for one month, but then you have the whole year to get ready! Enjoy your New Year's!ReplyDelete
Beautiful family, beautiful memories.ReplyDelete
We have a lot of birthdays in December, also, and it sure is fun. And I completely agree that everyday should be like Christmas: my one New Year Resolution is to behave as kindly and generously all year as I do around Christmas! I pray God help me to do it, because otherwise I prob'ly won't!ReplyDelete
I love that you wait, if need be, to celebrate together. That's just as it should be!ReplyDelete
PS. Your family looks terrific!!
Such a sweet and thoughtful post! Wishing you a wonderful New Year ahead! blessings,KathleenReplyDelete
Hi Nezzy! Wow, lady, you've got your pocketbook emptied out in December! Guess you start over every year in January saving up for all those birthdays and other special days every Christmas -- well, you do get it all over with that month and then you can relax the rest of the year.ReplyDelete
You've got some fine looking kids there at the Ponderosa and I know y'all had a great Christmas. Let me wish ya a very Happy New Year, Nezzy!!!
My goodness December is a busy month at your house!! You are truly blessed with your lovely family.ReplyDelete
And yes, it sure doesn't matter when you celebrate Christmas, as long as you are all together.
What a busy month for a very busy lady, Hope you all have a wonderful day tommorow. Your pictures are so nice like getting to know your family. The song is beautiful,had not heard it for a long time, and yes it would be great if we had the Christmas spirit everyday. God bless and a very happy new year to you and yours!ReplyDelete
Wow! December is sure a busy month for you and your family! As if having Christmas in Dec. isn't enough-y'all have birthdays and anniversaries in Dec. The stores must just love it when they see you coming in Nov. and Dec. What a great looking group of Dec. family members. Wishin' all of you a very Merry Christmas and Happy New Year. laurieReplyDelete
I learned a long time ago to celebrate when we were together and not worry about what day or time of the year it was. We lived really really REALLY far away from our family, so we'd have Christmas in the summers, when we got to come for a visit.ReplyDelete
I wanted to stop by and wish you and yours a very Happy New Year!!!!
December is one busy month for your family. :DReplyDelete
You commented that you would be celebrating tomorrow, so have a wonderful day with your family.
Have a Wonderful New Year also!
I just found your blog this morning while having coffee and what a treat!
Your December sounds fulls of family, celebration, and love.
Enjoyed visiting and I am your newest follower.
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Many happy celebrations to you Nezzy. Thank you for all your comments of encouragement to me this year. Blessings and hugs.ReplyDelete
Wishing you lots of happy times to come! Health, happiness, love and fun and 2012. Thanks for visiting. It's always a treat to see you've stopped by.ReplyDelete
Nezzy, It sounds like you need a reprieve from December with all that goes on; GeezLouise! I'm glad it was a joyous month for you and your family. May you be blessed this new year!ReplyDelete
Beautiful milove share ... picture is precious.ReplyDelete
Nezzy, you can NEVER know the joy, love & delight you bring to each of us. You are the spark that fires the flame on a candle ...thank you.
Thank you for your friendship. May blessings continue to shower upon you.
Happy New Year ~
Hugs of love,
FAMILY...our greatest blessing! Well, today is Saturday and so I imagine you've been Christmasing all day:) Hope it's been a grand one. Thank you so much for commenting on my long-lost blog. I do hope to do better in the coming months. HAPPY NEW YEAR, Sweet Pea!ReplyDelete
Wonderful family like--you, my friend. May your new year bring many more of God's blessings. God is good!!! Thanks for all your visits to my blog in 2011. I appreciate all your sweet words.ReplyDelete
Your family is precious! Oh my! I love listening to your stories here. I am going to surprise you when you least expect it! I have a new year resolution and it includes keeping in touch with sweet friends. I have started this past summer writing hand written notes and such so watch your mail!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year to you and much love coming your way. Anne
I'll bet every day is like Christmas with you for a grandma, Nez. I trust you all had a ball. Happy New Year!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year, and I look forward to reading your posts in 2012.ReplyDelete
Oh Nezzy, I can't help but smile every time I read one of your blog posts. They overflow with love and family and warmth!ReplyDelete
With everything you have going on in December I don't know how you have time to catch your breath! And 1100 lights on your tree!!!! Wow, girl, show us some pictures of THAT! It must be gorgeous.
You know I'll be following your writings in 2012 and looking forward to every word. Love you.
I love icing! And a Christmas wedding for your-so cute. I hope my daughter in law (one day far far away) will be excited to have me as their mother in law!ReplyDelete
What a happy post! Love it!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year sweet friend!
I don't visit as often as I would like or leave comments, but when I visit I always leave smiling. I love visiting you.
BTW...just like my blog post tonight expresses - YOU are important to me. Thanks for your friendship.
Happy Belated New Year~ReplyDelete
always love your post,always bring a smile to my face...
Hi Nezzy! Thanks so much for dropping by!ReplyDelete
Whew...I'm pooped just from reading about your December...no wonder you called a moratorium on December births/weddings, etc. Nothing else could compete with Baby Jesus and your clan!
Wishing you a blessed 2012~
Nezzy, you absolutely crack me up! How do you think of all these words? A Happy and Healthy New Year to you and yours!!ReplyDelete
Wow - what a fabulous December and January you have - so full of wonderful celebration!ReplyDelete
Wow, just reading about all the goings-on in Dec makes me tired.... and I thought my Jan is packed with only 2 birthdays to prepare for. :)ReplyDelete
Have a wonderful 2012, Nezzy. You always bring a smile to my face... whenever I stop by. :)
Dear Nezzie, what a beautiful family you have!
Happy New Year Wishes for health and happiness!
Btw, my Christmas decorations are still up. -giggles-
"I am not young enough to know everything."
- Oscar Wilde
What a lovely family - sounds like Christmas was fabulous!ReplyDelete
What a lovely post, it makes me feel all warm and tingly. All the best for 2012 to you and yours, I hope you have a wonderful year.ReplyDelete
What a wonderful way to celebrate Christmas, with all these lovely pictures and mini-bios of your family. Only you could put it together with so much fun.ReplyDelete
Just dropped to say Happy New Year!
wow your december is chock full of celebrations...that is a good thing though isnt it...all the more reason to get together...smiles. nice to meet a bunch of your fam as well....happy new year!ReplyDelete
Hi Nezzy, Great post today... I love seeing and learning more about your family.. Christmas is a special time, isn't it???? AND---don't we all wish it would last MUCH longer... BUT--if it lasted all year, then I guess it wouldn't be special anymore... Oh Well!!!!ReplyDelete
Your kids/grands are awesome--and that sweet Mother-in-law is a beauty...
Thanks so much for sharing.
a truly truly beautiful family every single one of them. what a wonderful story and a wonderful life. you could be in the Christmas movie, what a wonderful life... get crackin, i bet it would be a hitReplyDelete
Beautiful photos. You have a wonderful family. May many more blessings come to you and your family in 2012.ReplyDelete
What A Beautiful Post about your Jam Packed December Blessings !! I guess maybe you sleep sometime in Jan. right ??? Love your writing style make me laugh out loud a few times. Thanks for that !!ReplyDelete
Wishing You & Yours A Healthy
Happy Blessed 2012. Hugs ~ Connie xox
Hey, just sose ya know, your missed.ReplyDelete
wow, i'm exhausted just reading about how crazy december is for your family, but it does sound wonderful! have a happy new year!ReplyDelete
Wonderful post of a proud mother and all the fixin's of children beyond. Have a great year. God's blessing will continue to you and your family.ReplyDelete
Happy 39th anniversary to you! And a very Happy & blessed New Year too!ReplyDelete
Many thanks for stopping by - always lovely to *see* you!
Wow, Nezzy! December sounds like its Christmas every day! Loved this post. I am still smiling at "Mother-in-love".ReplyDelete
Thanks so much for coming by Emily's blog and commenting on my post there.
Hugs & wishing you and your lovely family a fabulous 2012!
Well I'm back to blogging and i look forward to reading your lovely blog for the new year. RichardReplyDelete
You have a reason to be proud. What a lovely family! And, as for your post title (question)...I ask myself that all the time.ReplyDelete
Thank you for visiting my neck of the woods and taking time to leave a sweet comment. Hope you have a Happy New Year!
Oh, you must been crazy all December long!! I can't believe all the celebrations you've got packed in there!!! I remember my Grandma yelling at me because Lindsay was born on December 27...like it was MY fault? Ok, maybe it was, but whatever.ReplyDelete
Wishing you a beautiful and bright New year Nezzy!!!
Okay Nez', I'll be receiving my media copies of "The Hillbilly Debutante Cafe" in a few weeks. Email me your home address and I'll send you a (free) copy to read and review here on Cow Patty Surprise. I will also send you one for a giveaway.ReplyDelete
I Love Cristmas!!! Hi Nezzy!!! I hope you have a good and happy and great year 2012!!! :)ReplyDelete
What a wonderful, beautiful family you have, dear Nezzy.ReplyDelete
Thanks for dropping by and have a wonderful 2012!
Big hugs and well wishes from CA.
Love your analogies, and the photos. Thanks for sharing!ReplyDelete
Happy New Year,
Happy Anniversary! You are very blessed for sure!ReplyDelete
Have a good weekend!
we have a very busy December, too. We have four birthdays -- 17th, 23rd, 24th, and 30th.ReplyDelete
Hello my friend.How are you?kisses from Turkey.very nice days.ReplyDelete
This could be one in each and every of several many blogs that may certainly i have anytime visited this blog is extremely fascinating and qualified in terms of topics discussed, thanks adminReplyDelete
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