Tuesday, December 25, 2012

A Mellow Christmas Day

 We got a little more snow last night...just enough to make many people happy that wanted it for Christmas.

 No days off when you have animals.  We did our thing.
 They are worth it....

 Went down to Jenny's mid morning for breakfast.  Of course the boys made out like bandits!

 They were busy and quiet!

 When they got a call from their neighbor, they were off and running.

 We got home before noon and it was crash time.  I took a good nap.  Hopefully this extra sleep is going to help me get over this ridiculous cold.  My sides hurt from coughing.

Chores at 5.

 I could not ask for two more cooperative and sweet girls.

Taaaaa Daaa.  No cooking for dinner, we had leftovers.

 Back to normal tomorrow?
Night all.


Nancy J said...

Lori, your girls are so contented because they are so well cared for, and return it in style.Your family time looks wonderful, we shared our day with guests from the South Island, and their family in the North Island, a wonderful day and evening meal together.Today so hot,35C, time to rest,relax and leave work till it is cooler, Love your snow photos. Greetings from Jean

MTWaggin said...

Heehee what's normal! What a lovely day you have shared.

Oak Creek Ranch said...

Rain here last night so we sloshed and slid our way through morning chores. No time off with animals is right. Worth it is right too. Smiles.

C-ingspots said...

Sounds like a wonderfully relaxed Christmas day. Sorry to hear you're suffering from a cold. Hope you feel better very soon! Loved watching Abbey enjoying her treat. She looked very pleased with whatever it was! :) It always makes me smile to see animals enjoying their food. Leftovers are great, aren't they? Getting to skip cooking is a gift in itself! Those tomatoes caused me to drool just a little, a reminder of our summer garden...long gone now. said...

Merry belated Christmas Lori!
Have I told you how much I really love your banner shot?

Karen said...

Your new banner photo is wonderful. You can feel the connection between you and your sweet girl in this one. So nice. . .

Janice Grinyer said...

Oh Lori, I hope you get the healing rest you need soon - colds are icky and crappy, esp. when you need to socialize!

Merry Christmas to you and yours, and thank you for taking the photos that you did, even though youre not feeling good, because they really do capture what this holiday is all about ;)