Christmas was, as always, a rousing good time. We spent some time in the morning opening our presents…
“Who needs a pocketknife when you have a katana?” said Alex as he cut through the wrapping paper and packaging tape.
Laralee was a little nervous about her 12,000-piece jigsaw puzzle:
I managed to score not one, but two ties: a snowman that plays “Jingle Bells” (of course) and a cat-taco-burger-space monstrosity that I love.
Zaque enjoyed the unicorn head we took home from our white-elephant gift party; it even included hooves and a little sound machine called “Emergency Horse: providing you with horse sounds when you need them!”
As usual, Kathy won the Coolest Packaging Award with her custom name tags:
After a traditional breakfast of cinnamon bread, we talked to Kyra for a few hours. She’s still in California, with 56 days left of her mission.
A game of Sheriff of Nottingham, some homemade pizza, and watching Miracle on 34th Street completed a great day. Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night!