Saturday, January 2, 2010

Of Sleep, Sun and Salsa
































A million thanks to all you Southwestern sweethearts. It wasn't just the sunshine that kept us warm and the best gifts weren't the ones under the tree.
You made our Christmas magical! We love you.

14 comments:

cami said...

Oh, we miss you already! This was such a fun Christmas - thanks so much for making the trip out!

the wrath of khandrea said...

"7 dozen cookies" is totally cheating on the countdown. it's like sneaking the number 84 into the 12 days of your christmas. i'm not buying it.

and WHERE did you find zhou zhous??? EVERY SINGLE STORE i checked was sold out of them. no lie. every store.

Travelin'Oma said...

What a darling family picture! I know you were the stars on their tree this year!

Lindsey said...

Super fun... It was sure nice to come home to that sunny weather after being in Super COLD WA for the Holiday. Glad you had a great time!

Rochelleht said...

Yeah you! I love a warm Christmas. We actually had a white one! Blah! But the kids loved it. Looks like yours was perfection!

Tristan said...

Clever post!! So cute! I'm glad you had such a great time!

♥Shally said...

YOU GOT ZHOU ZHOUS!?

My kids are jealous. :)

Loved the post- great idea.

Christie said...

Looks heavenly - especially the sunshine part. Well, and the cookies, too. Welcome back to blogland!

Jeanelle said...

what a fun Christmas you had -- loved your card! Again, didn't get mine mailed out. That's two years in a row for me. I. Am. Lame.

Lauren in GA said...

What a perfect way to sum up your fabulous Christmas.

Happy, Happy New Year!!

Marci said...

So clever! Just like you! :)

Hollyween said...

Every time I see a picture of that tea ring, I remember that was one of the first posts of yours that I read. It looks so yummy. It's too bad you don't live closer so you can share it with me.

Cathy said...

looking at the picture of your daughter at the Mesa Temple lights is quite meaningful to me as my husband spent countless hours, days & nights for the past 4 years on them, this year he was one of the committiee leads for the entire grounds, the last 3 years he was responsible for the area of the refecting pond between the temple & visitors center, where the stage is, & now Saturday is the big take down!!!

Cathy said...

looking at the picture of your daughter at the Mesa Temple lights is quite meaningful to me as my husband spent countless hours, days & nights for the past 4 years on them, this year he was one of the committiee leads for the entire grounds, the last 3 years he was responsible for the area of the refecting pond between the temple & visitors center, where the stage is, & now Saturday is the big take down!!!

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