Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Christmas joy, it's elementary

Rudioph


the carolers


the Grinch

Here's hoping you find child-like joys this Christmas.


Is it any wonder that I love my job? Photos taken at recent school activities.

24 comments:

Anonymous said...

LOVE it!!! :)

Anonymous said...

I mean.... LOVE it!!! :) ~ Sackwally

Debby said...

It wouldn't be Christmas without children. Merry Christmas.

Rita said...

I hope it is a very joyful Christmas for you! Love you!

ELK said...

amen friend..they really know the feeling dont they ..blessings

Suz said...

I will I will!
such fine photos
so happy

Marilyn said...

Oh to have little ones in my life that I could enjoy in a school program. I do see Sloane there too.

Char said...

adorable but that grinch mask is wayyyy scary! LOL

i hope you have a beautiful and magical christmas!

Dandy said...

One of my favorite parts of Christmas is the fact that people who normally wouldn't be child-like at all find themselves embracing it :)

Jennifer Richardson said...

Love...love.....love!!!
Thanks for sharing the
aliveness!!!
Love and all the merriest
to you and your lovies,
Jennifer

Derrick said...

Wouldn't it be lovely?! Happy Holidays to all of you!

Tracy said...

Oh, so sweet... VERY FUN! I think the delights of the child at heart are felt all the more closely this time of year. Hope you are having a great week. We have a good many gatherings & get-togethers in the next days, so visiting friends early this week in blogland. I hope to post again before the holiday break :o) Hoping you & yours have the happiest holiday season & wishing you all the best in 2011, Relyn! ((LOVE & HUGS))

Jeanne said...

Everything you share is MAGIC

I love you
Jeanne

Lubna said...

Wishing you and your loved ones a perfect Xmas season

spread your wings said...

I have missed my visits here.
the Merriest of Christmas to you Relyn and a New Year that brings you all that you wish for.

BrightenedBoy said...

I attended a Christmas concert of my sister's recently, and my pictures didn't come out nearly this well. Seeing as how my blog is faceless, though, that's probably for the best!

Susan said...

There's nothing that says Christmas like a children's play.

Blessings and peace to you this Christmas, Relyn.

Susan

Amy said...

I absolutely love children's programs at Christmas ... they warm my heart and make me smile! :)

Hope your Christmas holiday is spectacular ... filled with all you love most and the grandest of memories!

Patti said...

Hi YOU! Where DID December go? I am sooo sorry I have not been around- Life has gotten in the way- I know you will understand. Anyway- your school concert looked great- YOU weren't the Grinch were you? That library looks wonderful- my kind of place too; I would never want to leave. I laughed out loud about your list- a playhouse like that has been on my wish list like forever. Wouldn't that be sooo fun?! And your poem about the letters in a cabinet almost made me cry- loved it.
I wanted to wish you and your family the Merriest of Christmases and to enjoy the Magic of the season- which I know you totally embrace! Love you!!!

Anita said...

I agree. Christmas is nothing without being a kid again and experiencing the joy of wonder.
Wishing you and your sweet family a joyful Christmas and a blessed New Year!

HKatz said...

Very cute photos!

Have a warm and happy day, and a wonderful year to come.

elizabeth said...

"It's elementary." Teeheehee. Love it.

Relyn, I hope you and your family have a magical Christmas - full of joy and love and wonder.

xoxo

greeneyes616 said...

What a lovely blog...I can see I will enjoy this

Jeanie said...

Elementary, my dear Watson? It is divinely perfect!

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