Thursday, December 25, 2008

Full Hearts and Full Tummies!

What a wonderful couple of days we've enjoyed in our home! Having loved ones near and so much delicious food made with lots of love were two of the major highlights. We've laughed and loved and of course, we've EATEN!!! As we observed the birth of Christ, we turned our thoughts and prayers to our Lord and the impact HIS birth has had on our lives. What a beautiful season of celebration! My favorite!

Our Christmas Eve started off with Shane, Naomy, and I delivering some goodies to our friends. Here I am with this mother/daughter duo. Two beautiful Christian women who have brightened my life in the few short months I've known them.


Below is Shane with his new friend, J.T.

Naomy and Joshua
My Parents

Me and my guys!

Later in the evening, Georgiann and Julia joined us.
My boys had time to fit in the annual wrestling match before opening gifts.

Please leave me a caption for this photo of my hubby and nephew!!!

A few tamales, a tostada or two, refried beans, Mexican rice, guacamole, and don't EVEN get me started on the desserts!

Maybe you can join us next Christmas Eve for our annual Mexican dinner!

Please remember to submit a caption for the photo of hubby and nephew
drinking from fine china!

More photos to come soon. I can't wait to get around to your blogs and read about your Christmas celebrations!


MightyMom said...


He did it!!


Merry Christmas dearie!

Betty said...

Sorry, I´m no good at caption´s. But I loved your pictures! You can tell that there is love!

Penless Thoughts said...

Sounds like such a wonderful time. I was so glad to read the good report on your mother earlier this morning on Hearts :o) God is SO good and He hears our prayers.

Nina in Portugal said...

You have a lovely family!! I loved the pictures!

My family eats Mexican food on Christmas Eve too!!

Happy New Year!

Jungle Mom said...

Agustin:Remember, nephew, pinkies out."
Josh: " Yes, oh wise Uncle"

Bella Casa said...

These fancy beer mugs don't hold alot of brew, do they Uncle?

Merry Christmas, thanks for visiting my blog, it's nice to meet you...everything looks so delicious!!!


Mrs. C said...

Coming soon...they'll be hosting a show on HGTV. :)

Carrie said...

(singing with your best British accent) "Tea for two and two for tea"

justabeachkat said...

How about "Real men can lift their pinkies too!".

With all of Christmas hoopla, traveling and guests, I haven't been by in awhile. It's been wonderful catching up with all you've been doing. I loved the post about Shane's birthday. I saw The Bucket List at the theatre but George got the DVD in his stocking and we're watching it again tonight. I'll be doing my bucket list soon.

Merry Christmas sweet friend!

Penless Thoughts said...

Hi Pam, Please be sure and check in on Hearts today. I started something new. Thanks!!

Humble wife said...

Tea for two
One eyed brown
the other blue!

Humble wife said...

Mr. Pam-"Ok Ok, the French really drink out of these? The men? And they stick out the pinkies?"
Mr. Pams nephew-"Why yes, this is how the French drink!" I feel so dainty"

(No Frenchmen were harmed in the taking of this photo- although I believe that some of Pam's family blushed a bit!!!)

Most Rev. Gregori said...

Here is praying that your New Year is as blessed as the old. Blessings to all.

Kristi said...

"Christmas and High Tea with the Queen....where IS she anyway?"

I LOVE the idea of the names on the ornaments for the seating arrangements. That is so great! We never do a formal dinner for Christmas but I might have to do that next year. lol


Kelly said...

"Teaching Tea Etiquette to the Ladies"

Glad your Christmas was good. I'd love to do Mexican food for Christmas Eve.

Jackie said...

Caption: "Too bad these tea cups don't have apples on them!" (Inside joke. Remember the guy Grandma invited over for Thanksgiving who LOVED the apples in the kitchen??)

Baptist Girl said...

Agustin: "Pinkies up Nephew, Christmas comes once a year, let's just bare though it.

HAPPY NEW YEARS TO YOU PAM,my prayer is that the year ahead will be a blessing to you all.