Thursday, December 24, 2009

Our first Christmas on the boat

It's a sad little tree, but at least we have a tree.  I have 4 HUGE boxes of christmas decorations in our storage unit.  In the very back.  Behind the giant coke machine.  Behind the dining room table and 6 chairs.  Behind everything.  In all the hustle and bustle of Christmas, I just haven't had the energy.  But I did get the  colored lights and found a place for our Christmas Cards.  Thanks to all who took the time to send us a card.  Sadly, I didn't get around to that this year either.

But don't think I'm a total scrouge...We attempted to go see the Boat Parade with Christmas lights Sunday night, but the people we went with had some technical difficulties (We overheated the engine, ran out of battery power, and ran aground).  More on that when I get to know the people a little better and can trust they have a good sense of humor about my take on it.  Editorial note from the Chief:  It wasn't our boat and we weren't driving and he wasn't on board to stop the madness.

We spent last weekend with my parents and did some traditional Christmas stuff, so if you're feeling sorry for Jake, head on over to his blog and see the proof.

We wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and hope the new year brings you and your family good health and happiness!


Mom4Two said...

Merry Christmas, crew of the Savannah!

deamac said...

What a blessed way for a family to spend Christmas.. TOGETHER..
Papa Mac

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