Saturday, December 29, 2007

Our Christmas

Ocean enjoyed playing with new train parts
especially when helped by his father

I hope you all had as happy a Christmas as we did! Port Townsend and nearby Port Hadlock have been our homes since December 13 and will continue to be until the third of January. We stayed first with grandson Joe, his wife April, and great-grandson Ocean, celebrated Christmas morning with them, opened presents, enjoyed a waffle breakfast; then we moved to Port Townsend and did the same with son Otto, his wife Kristin, and grandchildren Anna and Johnny. Then everyone got together at the latter house for a dinner of barbecued black cod - the world's most delicious food - prepared by Joe outdoors in the freezing cold. Thank you, Joe!

This is the tree at Otto's and Kristin's house
That is Anna peeking around the door at the ceiling-high tree.

We have had much beautiful music. Here Otto and Kristin play at the home of friends.

Happy New Year! We hope it will bring peace o earth - although we're keeping our fingers crossed!

1 comment:

nonizamboni said...

Ahh, Port Townsend! Dave's grandparents lived in Sequim until their passing so we made trips there. That's when I fell in love with Port Townsend and vowed someday to live there. Funny what you want when you're 22.
You photos were so evocative of warmth, peace and good cheer. Glad your holidays were beautiful.
Happy new year, dear friend!