Monday, December 21, 2009

Taking a Break for the Holiday

Good morning everyone! Are you all ready for Christmas? I know I am ready to see DD enjoy the magic of Christmas. She is at that wonderful age of 3 where she can verbalize almost anything and has all those child wonderment curiosities. That being said I will be on break until Dec. 26th to spend time with friends and family. I'll be back on the 26th with a SNS digi post and then join me next week for a week of New Year fun! Thank you all for visiting and commenting on my blog. I enjoy and read every post. Through your comments and encouragement I grow in my craft and gain so much knowing that I can inspire others just as many of you inspire me.

I leave you with an out of the mouth of babes...

So we were finishing up our meal at a restaurant and the waiter, before handing us our check, asked if everything was okay...to which DD answered "You forgot to bring the bread!" Boy was that waiter shocked. He apologized and proceeded to ask her would she like bread. DD said "Not now." Hehehe...I wonder if he will ever forget the bread again.

XOXO and Merry Christmas!

11 comments:

Crystal said...

I hope you have a very Merry Christmas Mary!!!!!

Rose Petal said...

Hello Mary. Wishing you and your family a very Happy Christmas and a peaceful new year.
Take care, have fun and enjoy.
Love Sandra xx

Stef H (Glitterbabe) said...

too cute!

a very merry christmas and a fabulous new year to you & yours.

kadie said...

Merry Merry Christmas, Mary!!! xoxo

Danni said...

Enjoy your holidays! Yes, kiddos say some umm..interesting things at interesting times...heheheh!

Debs said...

Thats a great story for her scrapbook, wishing you and your family a Merry Christmas and Happy New Year
Ho Ho Ho

Lorie said...

Merry Christmas, Mary! Enjoy your holiday and all the blessings being with friends and loved ones bring.

Love ya,
Lorie

Susan said...

Merry Christmas Mary!!! Wishing you and your family a magical Christmas! {HUG}

Heather said...

I have been taking a break as well. My husband is off for 2 weeks and I plan to spend as much time with my family as I can ... and enjoy it ... not panic and try to keep the house spotless. :)

How cute is that about your daughter. I know that that waiter will not forget the bread ever again :) What a sweet face to have planted in his brain reminding him though :) My son has been saying lots of things lately. I will tell you his most recent... at the Dr. with Hannah on Monday, the Dr came into the room and was asking about Hannah's symptoms. Tommy Ray said "Thir (sir)?" The Dr looked over and said "Yes?" Tommy Ray proceeded to say "My mom has this problem and she drinks coffee every day all day and she just can not stop!" LOL!!!!! Goodness. The Dr told him this long sweet spill about how adults need coffee like cars need gas ... but I do not think it mattered. It was funny.

I hope you all have a wonderful and blessed Christmas. Big hugs to your family from mine.

Sandra MacLean said...

Oh my gosh Mary!!! Did you want the ground to open up and swallow you whole?! Syd did something similar to me two days ago by 'whispering' loudly that the cashier woman's voice sounded like a witch! O.M.G.! I just about died when she said it! LOL

I hope you're enjoying Ohio Mary and that there is a ton of white stuff on the ground for Olivia to play in! And I hope you have a VERY MERRY CHRISTMAS girl!! 2010 is going to be an EXCITING year for you! :)

Hmmmm...I'm a bit worried about your word verification today...it is 'muffi'...very suspicious! :D

karen said...

LOL! kids.... thanks for sharing that!

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