Holy Days

Christmas Morning at Home

My Boys

These holy, family days have been so full. We are enjoying. Resting.

Asher got Face Crayons

Coloring.

Dragon from Santa!

Bananagrams

Playing with so, so many wonderful gifts.

We have had long, luxurious visits from friends, and a sweet party that we are very honored to host.

Dog and Ian

Playing

The little dog, Solstice, is a great joy to us all. We still don’t know where he is from. We haven’t had even a single nibble on the ads we placed, hoping to find his owners. In the meantime, whatever the outcome, we are enjoying him ever so much. And now I have someone new and fluffy to point my camera at.

Christmas Day Reading

We’ve been reading new books in our leisure and drinking too much delicious coffee. Nursing head colds.

Ice

Experimenting with magical ice … to see what we can make, of course.

Window Stars

Cutting snowflakes and folding window stars. (LOVE!)

After all the working>making>striving>doing>going> leading up to and including Christmas day, we are now fully and happily settled into our hibernation days, our holy, family days. There is plenty to do—very little of it is urgent. So perhaps we’ll do some laundry. Or cook. Or play more Legos or a game. Or go for another walk instead …

Nature Walk

At the River

Asher Climbs

Or climb a tree …

Asher and Solstice

Brothers

while we learn more about each other …

Heart of Stones: Found Art

and see what we can find along the way.

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3 Responses to “Holy Days”

  • Alyss
    December 31, 2011 at 2:01 am

    A little dog! He looks so perfect. I suppose I have to hope he finds his family… but maybe (just maybe) you’re his new forever family. How wonderful 🙂

    I’m glad you guys had such a wonderful Christmas. Enjoy these wintery days.. I am! I go back to student teaching next week and I will miss my sleeping in and napping day 🙂 Happy new years!

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    • Sara
      January 2, 2012 at 7:12 pm

      Hi Alyss! Happy New Year! Yes, he’s just about perfect and we love him. Good luck with your student teaching!

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