Thursday, December 24, 2009

Definately a white Christmas . . .

Didn't want to miss letting everyone know that I wish each and every one of you a happy holiday season!  The way the weather is here (snow, ice, wind, BLIZZARD), I don't know if the power will stay on all day!  I don't ever remember in my (long, long) life that we couldn't get to church on Christmas Eve but this year we will definately be snowed in!  Christmas dinner and opening presents will probably have to wait for a couple of days.  But everything is finished, ready for anyone that can show up!

I want to thank all of the bloggers that I have met this year and for those who have actually left a comment!  You cannot realize how much that means to me!  This blog is not exactly what I want it to be yet but just like me, it is a work in progress!  If there is one thing that I would want people to say about me is that She Dreams Big! 

So for those of you who will actually be spending time with family and friends, cherish that time and think of me!  I feel that through visiting you all during your preparations for the holidays, that I was invited to all of your celebrations!  Thank you for including me!


xo  --  Connie


The Little Red Shop said...

Merry Christmas, Connie! May God Bless you and your loved ones throughout the New Year!

: )

Julie M.

Debra @ Common Ground said...

Hi Connie, we're in Missouri and it's headed our way. Stay warm and cozy and have a wonderful Christmas!

Linda K said...

Happiest of Christmas times to you, no matter snow or whatever comes. It is making the most of the moment that counts. And, anyway, when you DREAM BIG, you always have better times ahead!

Shabbyfufu said...

Hi Connie....thanks for the visit! It's finally COLD here in Miami, at least by our standards~48 degrees tonite! Wishing you a beautiful New Year, Janet

The Whistle Stop said...

Hi Connie,
Thanks for stopping by my blog! I'm trying to figure out if I know who you are. Where in NE are you? I see you've been up to my friend Cammie's at a Day in the Country. I think one could make a career out of looking at blogs. I will be back to spend more time on yours.
Good Luck on the drawing!
Laurie :)

Jill said...

The snow slowed us all down here--I'm from NE too! We still have two celebrations to go to this weekend since they were postponed. We had a fun few days at home though! Happy New Year! (found you from Laurie's blog)