Happy almost 2018, y'all!
Have you barely caught your breath from Christmas? That's how I feel. I can hardly believe how quickly we're racing toward the new year.
We had such a wonderful time this holiday. We had my parents, sister and brother-in-law here with us. Here's a photo of the Christmas morning service. My dad didn't brave the cold that day, but he did make it for Christmas Day at my house. My oldest and his wife made it that night for the candlelight service. So we were all together on Christmas!
|My sister and brother-in-law on the left, hubby in the pastor robe, and two of my kids|
After Christmas, we headed to south Georgia to spend a late Christmas with my husband's parents and sister and family. I so wanted to get a good photo of the Spanish moss on the trees, which is how we can always tell we're truly in the south part of Georgia. But it rained the whole time! I didn't want that photo bad enough to get out in that. LOL
So, backing up to before Christmas... Here are some photos from the Duluth, Georgia, town green. We went out before Christmas to celebrate our son's and our daughter-in-law's birthdays. Duluth has a wonderful historic area as well as the fairly new town green. It's a little dark, but you can see some of the beautiful lights.
And we made a stop at The Chocolaterie while downtown. They make the most gorgeous chocolates. They're almost too pretty to eat. Here's one photo, but if you check their website, they have better photos than mine. Personally, my favorite is the pecan turtle. :)
That night we also went to Crave Pie and Simply Done Donuts. We all wanted different desserts! :)
Then back at home, our sweet senior doggie had a new bandana and was soundly sleeping in his bed.
Here's wishing you a wonderful end of 2017. May you celebrate the blessings of this past year, and may you have a very blessed 2018!