My Big Girls :-)

We celebrated our family Christmas here Sunday afternoon. I got almost no pictures, but did get this one of my three adult daughters. They don’t like me calling them the big girls or the old girls – they suggested my lovely ladies 🙂

Christmas Day 2020

We had a wonderful day yesterday traveling around to visit all of the kids’ houses, to see what everyone got for Christmas. First stop in the morning was at Addie & Lee’s, where we all had a good time playing with Mason’s new virtual reality headset 🙂

From there we stopped by Granny’s for a visit with her and Andy & Amy, who were down spending the day, and then on to Andrew & Jenny’s for a wonderful snack lunch. As much as I am uncomfortable around guns, this picture of Charlie with his new shotgun is, I think, my favorite of the day 🙂

A couple of more from Tuesday night

I am so glad we coerced Mallory and Clara into climbing over the lights and amongst the shrubbery to get their picture with the one horse open sleigh, because it’s one of my favorites of the night 🙂

From there we went to Harold’s to pick up to-go plates for supper, and in the interest of social distancing, just sat out in the car and ate our chili burgers and chicken strips. I’d heard of Harold’s forever, but had never eaten there. It was yummy.

Christmas Lights

This evening Meg & I took Mallory & Clara and headed to Gaffney, to Jolly Park, to check out their Christmas lights. What a fun, fun time we had. We got there a little before dark, and everything was lovely, anyway. Here are the girls at the entrance to the park.

After we finished up at the park we walked next door to the Cherokee County Administration Building to admire their lights, too, including this tree. I loved this picture of Mallory posing behind it 🙂

Book Tree, Nighttime Photo

This year with us being on vacation early in December, Penlands and Lutzs both ran out of trees before we could cut a live one, so we decided to give a book tree a try. We are really pleased with how cute it turned out.

Final Vacation Pix

The last thing we did this morning before we loaded up the cars to head home was have Adam tear down our vacation jigsaw puzzle. We finally finished it up about 10:00 last night. We were proud 🙂

We always try to get a picture of the condo we stayed in before we leave, and we thought the winding staircase would help us remember what this condo was like. Great, great week.

Dry Falls

One more waterfall on our last day of vacation – Dry Falls. Obviously not named because it’s dry. It’s because you can walk behind it and stay (mostly) dry. It was beautifl.

Jeff behind the falls 🙂