I hope your Christmas was wonderful! It was filled with great memories and a delicious dinner. Quite small compared to years past, but still a time to treasure!
On Christmas Eve, we went to the midnight candlelight service. Our son, Jeremy, played his song "Winter Solstice" before the service. It's a song he composed when he was a sophomore in high school. He also played a song on the organ after the service, which was "Toccata in F Major" by Bach. We are truly blessed with so many musicians in our church. At the end of the service, we all have a lit candle and sing "Silent Night". It is the most peaceful amazing tradition each year. I wouldn't want to miss it for it is so very special!
A small family dinner with Randy's Mom. Most of his family is now living in Arizona. Maybe one day we will go there for Christmas!:-) My husband was so helpful with the dinner and made a delicious turkey. He even set the table, but he forgot the table cloth, but that's OK. :-) My family doesn't get together for Christmas dinner for there is just so many. But, my sisters did get together on 12-14-14 for Christmas and to celebrate my one sis's birthday on 12-13-14. Here is a pic with my sisters...
All stamps used are from Paper Sweeties...Party Time (cake, balloons) with coordinating dies Sweet Cuts-Party Time. Alphas-Upper Case (numbers 9,0) stamp set used for numbers on the cake, border, and banner. The banner die is from the set Sweet Cuts-Be Happy. And, the sentiment is from the stamp set Occasions. The border punch is from Martha Stewart and the ribbon is from Jo-Ann Fabric. I'm entering this card over at Seize the Birthday.
Thanks so much for dropping by today. Take care and have a great week!