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Thursday, December 25, 2008

Merry Christmas!


Twas the day of Christmas and all through the house
no one was sleeping not even my spouse.


The stockings were hung down the bannister with care
so grateful that Grandma Webber's van had stopped here.


With Nate holding cocoa krispies
and Meg in a pose



Rach, Katie & Anna have smiles that are froze.
When all of a sudden there arose such a clatter
I really didn't bother seeing what was the matter.
The presents were opened as quick as a comet
and next thing you know our poor tree had to vomit.

So out to the backyard we ran like a flash
to turn boxes and paper into hazardous ash.


The table was set with my fine Christmas wares
and the sparkling cider that bubbles the nose hairs

So from the kids table that was without fight,
Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!

Thanks to our guests:Mom and Dad Webber, Ally and Wayland Williams, Wayland's mom and Grandma-LaNeeda and Jeannie.

9 comments:

Miller Family said...

I like the Christmas poem. The table looked beautiful. How was the expensive ham? Thanks for sharing your day with us.

Suz said...

Well aren't you a poem princess! Sounds like you had a delightful little celebration! And so well deserved!

Marci said...

You are so creative! Loved the poem and your table looks beautiful! I love sit down dinners with real dishes....

sambonez7 said...

You are so fun!

Blake & Melissa said...

How fun, Barbie!! Love the poem!

Michelle said...

Ahhh, I am reliving all the beauty of Christmas through everyone's blogs. Looks like you had a fabulous holiday. Your table looks amazing, everyone has smiles on their faces and your house is clean... How do you do it? Please share all your Christmas secrets.

Bob and Julie said...

SOOOO fun!!! Your poem was super cute. I love your china and the dinner looks absolutely delish!! What a fun treat to spend Christmas with so many family members that love you! I also love all your nativities. I am so into those myself :)

Gail said...

What a fun way to celebrate! Cute idea to use poetry! It was so good to see you, if only for a minute, during the holidays! I miss seeing you as often as I used to...Happy New Year! (we just got back from your old stomping grounds:) and had a blast.

Melissa Bosen said...

That was so cute, Barb! I love Nativities too. Your's are all so beautiful!