Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Merry Christmas!

This photo was taken on Sunday while we were visiting the Thornton Winery in Temecula. From my family to yours - have a Merry and Blessed Christmas!

In Christ,


Susan Smith said...

What a beautiful family to see on Christmas Eve night! Thanks for letting us into your world.

Merry Christmas to my "little sister" on the West coast from the East in this nation under God called the USA. Praise His Name. Jesus is Lord over all the earth. Amen. (ss)

Christinewjc said...

Thank you Susan!

As we celebrate this Holy Season of our Lord and Savior's birth, I pray that you have a blessed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day!


jeleasure said...

Thanks Christine. Merry Christmas.

Stephen said...

Merry Christmas Christine to you and your family. A blessed, healthy and happy 2009 as well.


Stephen, Irene, Chloe & Blake

Formerly jaded Susan said...

Christine, your family is just beautiful!

I hope your Christmas is a full of love, peace and joy as mine has been so far today. Merry Christmas!

Christinewjc said...

Hi Jim,

Merry Christmas to you and yours as well!

Thanks for all of the information, emails, and links you have shared with me. Really appreciate it! Looking forward to another year of blogging with you in 2009!

Christinewjc said...

Hi Stephen,

Merry Christmas! I wish the same sentiments for you and your family in 2009!

Love & God bless,

Christinewjc said...

Hi Susan (formerly Jaded),

Thank you for your sweet compliment. Hope you had a wonderful Christmas with your family.

I know we haven't agreed about many things, but I appreciate your wishes for peace, love and joy.

spud tooley said...

surprisingly attractive family considering that a whacko mother runs the show... :)

merry Christmas, christine. hope your family had a good one.

(btw: how's your fellow nut's birth certificate lawsuit going? haven't heard much about it...)

just to talk bidness a minute: a book you should read / dvd you should watch: I.O.U.S.A. that's the real threat to all of us - especially our kids. the iceberg (and i deleted what i just wrote about who's to blame, because NONE of our 'leadership' has led) may have already tipped too far. but i must confess my family has played the same game on a smaller scale for a few years; i've been working awhile to have us 'bite the bullet' - just like the rest of the country will have to do to make it.

chicken little, jr. (hi mom!)
(mike r.)