It's about time.

Many of you that can relate to this. Working long hours at your career. Raising your families. Buying a home and paying all the bills related to being homeowners and parents. We're now retired and don't need all that work and expense. Now "It's about time" to follow our dreams.

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Monday, December 26, 2011

Another day of Celebration.

Our Location Today is Tecumseh, Ontario, Canada.

Yesterday after all the inspired looks we had from the grandchildren, we had a quiet supper enjoying one anothers company. The reason for this is every other year our family has its Christmas day meal on Boxing day. Thus every other year they attend the in-law side of the family on Christmas.

As you saw from yesterday's blog we also were given the gift of seeing the look on the faces of the young ones with cherishable expressions as they celebrated the gift of receiving on Christmas.

This morning was spent recooping some of the lost sleep that was incurred yesterday. More time was also spent catching up on E-mails and posts missed while we were out.

This afternoon we headed to Kevin and Mellissa's for the family Christmas dinner. Unfortunately Karen and Kylla both had to work so Greg and Tyler were there to represent their side of the family. Everything tasted fantastic and everyone over ate because there were so many different things to eat.

There was some play time and an exchange of gifts between the cousins. When it was time to leave we all waddled to our vehicles taking doggie bags with us and rolled ourselves into our trucks.

On our way home we stopped to see a lighting display we had heard about. A sign in the front yard told you what FM channel to set your radio to and the show would start every half hour and run for twenty minutes. The lights were syncronized to the music on the radio channel putting on quite a display. Having worked with Christmas lights before I counted 20 zones of lights. At the end the announcer noted that if you liked the display please tell your friends. Also to think of those less fortunate and if possible to make a donation to one of the local area food banks because even they were having trouble this year. That is definitely what you would call looking out for your fellow man.

Here's wishing you all had a Merry and Safe Christmas.

It's about time.


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