#DigiLitSunday: Celebrate

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It’s time to celebrate!  Celebrate the waning moments of 2016.  Celebrate the oncoming 2017.  Celebrate winter in all its glory.  Celebrate family and community and togetherness!  I continue to celebrate “Joy” as my OLW for 2016 (how many times do you see that word in the background?) and as I spend this weekend with family! (Check out the other posts on Margaret Simon’s blog, “Reflections on the Teche” found here!)

Celebrate

Life

Health

Family

Safe travels

Time together

Precious time!

Today, I celebrate the kids in my life.  Short, tall, running, playing, talking, card playing and just down right entertaining.  Here’s the long and short of it:   35 inch grandson at 19 months and the 6’11” nephew who is 17!

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Christmas 2017 with Waterlogue

What are you celebrating?

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4 responses

  1. Love the picture of the boys in your family. Lots of height potential in the grandson!! Happy Holidays!

    1. Julieanne,
      Scary when we think of genetics! Found another cousin with exactly the same dimples as my son . . . So Amazing!

  2. Hope you had a wonderful celebration with your family – the short and the tall!

    1. Leigh Anne,
      A very full heart . . .
      Only about half our family there due to the weather . . . but so great to have so many family members there all told about 150+ of the cousins . . . ❤

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