|At the tribute dinner - our friend, Mary to the right.|
Alison's Christmas village display in their transom windows.
We are still holding watch with Kristi's mother, and also awaiting a biopsy for son, Jason (12/28). This is a very busy time of year and we are trying to pace ourselves as we want there to be a joyous Christmas, even as we face the challenges of serious health issues for some loved ones.
LM and I managed to have 24 hrs of blissful time alone last weekend, and we are very grateful for that time as there is not much of it ahead.
Our problems are truly insignificant compared to the losses those in Newtown, CT are facing. We've been left so shaken by the magnitude of this tragedy.
This weekend I will be house sitting, finishing wrapping, baking, and looking forward to the magic, joy and love that is having Teddy, Samantha and my children together for Christmas.
Oh, and one more photo of my beloved fisherman - still out there on winter days catching striped bass on a fly rod (and throwing them back It's how he keeps his sanity.
Wishing all of my dear blog readers and family a beautiful Christmas and lots of love!