12.24.2010

Dreaming of a White Christmas

Merry (almost) Christmas everyone!

I am just stopping in today to wish you all the coziest and merriest of holidays. I'll be curling up on the couch with my little family and reading Christmas books, drinking hot chocolate with candy canes, and watching Charlie Brown Christmas.

So what if we live in California and won't be seeing one speck of snow?

Merry Christmas!


12 comments:

Courtney said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family. Enjoy the day together.

Shilo said...

Merry Christmas to you too, Carrie!

Twice as Nice said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family. Many blessing to you in 2011

Happiness Is... said...

No snow in order for us in Louisiana either! That fireplace looks so cozy.

Jodee Leader said...

Don't feel bad! I live in Nebraska -- where it should be snowing -- and we haven't gotten one flake yet! In fact, the kids are praying for snow! It's just not Christmas without the white stuff!

Hope you have a fun and relaxing holiday!

Karen said...

Hi Carrie ~
I live about 15 miles from you in Castro Valley. If you're missing snow, it's only about an hour and a half away at Dodge Ridge :) Or, you could go to the beach instead. Or, heck, do both! Welcome to California, and Merry Christmas.

Windy said...

Merry Christmas, Carrie!
Today, for the first time in my 38 years, we got SNOW for CHRISTMAS in SC!!! We are sooooo excited here:)

Lisa & Gerald said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family....

Shell in your Pocket said...

I love that white fireplace~ very pretty!

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AndreaLeigh said...

merry christmas!

Jessica said...

I hope that you all had a very Merry Christmas! I love your sweet little fire place...so cozy looking!

Corie said...

Well I must say, the snow in NY is too much that what we expected. I just hope that the commercial cleaning services (NY-based) can do the job of shredding a bit of snow. Last years have been wonderful with the New York janitorial services and I hope the same this year, will the snow on the streets. Happy Holidays!