I trust you had a nice Christmas? We did too. In fact, Joey declared it was the best Christmas yet. Certainly it was for him, he got a drum set...yup, 5 drums, all the hardware and 3 cymbals. Yes it's very loud but so far, no complaints from the neighbors. Mike came through with some fabulous knitting stuff for me...a kit from Brooklyn Tweed, a book and some lovely light pink sock yarn. Then my dad, who had be in the gift exchange, got me a gift certificate for my LYS. So I'll be yarn shopping soon, as soon as I can make up my mind which sweater(s) to knit. But it really was a nice Christmas, the best part was having Veronica back home!
We did alot of hanging out, cooking, baking, playing and just enjoying having the family all together. We did venture out to see some of the sights around town, too!
We drove into Washington DC and mostly walked around, enjoying the city and freezing our Florida tails.
We also went to see Fort McHenry in Baltimore. It's where Francis Scott Key saw the American Flag and was inspired to write The Star Spangled Banner. The wind was blowing and it was very cold, but we made it from building to building and walked out to the water to see the grounds. Burr!
The best thing was that it snowed while Veronica was here! Not a white Christmas but wonderful all the same. Last Saturday it snowed all morning. It was the perfect amount of snow, enough to throw snow balls and play in...then it was all gone by late afternoon. All fun and no trouble.
Maybe I should buy Gracie a winter coat?
Our dock...just look how wintry it is on the river!
Our Florida baby bundled from head to toe!