Saturday, January 1, 2011

Better than a Partridge in a Pear Tree

1 shining star

2 darling shepherds

3 overnighting grandkids

4 singing grandsons
(Away in a Manger with motions as part of their Christmas challenge)

5 Christmas concerts

6 cups of tea

7 swimming cousins

8 of us seniors

9 card-playing cousins

10 or 11 ?

Dozens of students


A few bonus photos

1 delightful crawling baby

A comfy caring brother

Modeling of new clothes

A very skinny snowman

A daddy that is towing

Sipping on hot chocolate

And a sapsucker on a bird feeder


10 comments:

Diana said...

Oh Brenda I absolutely love your version of the Twelve Days of Christmas! You are so clever! Happy to see that you had such a great time! Happy New Year! Love Di ♥

Brenda Leyland said...

What a great way to repurpose Twelve Days of Christmas. Enjoyed the photos....... looks like a fun time was had by all!!

Wishing you the best year yet! Happy New Year!!

Rebecca said...

You're right! This WAS better than a Partridge in a Pear Tree. (the 10 -or was it 11 - was particularly interesting :)

Brenda said...

Rebecca, In Chicago, with friends, we were amused at this work of art in a dessert bar; illustrating that we seniors are more juvenile than we should be.

Donna's Book Nook said...

Very creative! And really cute pics.

Silver said...

Beautiful pictures! And the looks of the children ..they are so sweet and angelic!

Wishing you a blessed New Year..!

Silver said...

Lots of laughter there..! 10 or 11 ? Gee..i am not sure too. I can't really count that well, which was why i chose to do Law- since it has nothing to do with Math! Also made me laugh when i saw the 'skinny' snowman! Well, sure saves some time. ;D

love,
Silver

PS How are you settling down in your new place? Are you getting familiar with the local stores yet?

Anonymous said...

Dear Brenda,
NAMASKAR!
Good Morning!
Wishing you a Happy And Wonderful New Year!
I loved the warmth,love,unity,co-opearion among the members and joy in your family!
Snaps speak louder!
Wishing you a lovely day ahead,
Sasneham,
Anu

Silver said...

Hi Brenda,

I just like to send you my love and to say thank you for your friendship.

I am leaving my blogs for good. Just like to make some last stops first.

Hugs,
Silver

Brenda said...

Silver, I will miss you and your kind comments. Maybe someday I will pick up a book and think "This feels familiar?" Make sure that you put in your bio that you started with a blog so I will recognize you. Blessings, friend