Monday, 24 December 2007

Merry Christmas!

Things here are kinda crazy lately and there's been no time for stitching of any kind. My shopping is all done, the gifts are wrapped, baking is done and my boys are home ( the two youngest anyways). I'm heading into Ottawa shortly for our Christmas Eve service. I have to leave a little earlier than usual since we've had more snow and the roads are slick. My boys are going to stay put and wrap their gifts while I'm gone. Tomorrow is another work day for both my DH and myself. For that reason we've decided to put off our big turkey dinner and celebrate on New Year instead when my oldest son and his girls can join us. My sons are thrilled that they can sleep in tomorrow and we'll open gifts when I return from work at 4.

As you can see from the above picture, Finnigan has some company for Christmas, namely Tugger who belongs to my son Dan. This is where I found the two of them this evening!
Time for me to head upstairs and get some supper ready before I leave. At this time I'd like to wish all of my fellow bloggers a very Merry Christmas! I hope you all have a most enjoyable holiday with your families and friends and the peace of the season rests with all of you. I hope to catch up on your blogs post holiday.


  1. Lynn,
    Hope you and your family have a Very Merry Christmas and that the New Year brings you everything you wish for...

  2. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas, Lynn! The kitties look so cute!

  3. Merry Christmas Lynn !! Enjoy your time with your sons !!

  4. Awwww... I didn't think Finnigan liked anyone!

    Hope you were able to enjoy what parts of Christmas that you weren't working!

  5. I hope your time with your family was wonderful. I hope that you did not have to work too hard on Christmas day.
    My best wishes to you and your family. and Happy Stitching

  6. Finnigan and Tugger look like they are very comfortable for the moment, but that they could decide to get up to mischief at any moment. What beautiful cats both of them. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas.