I received an email from Peggy about the pay it forward Christmas.
The family was thrilled. They wore the mittens all day, earrings made the mom cry happy tears, and the books and movies kept the kids entertained. They loved everything. Thank you all for helping this family out!
We had an uneventful day here ourselves.
I made dinner. Yes, I did. It's nice to be able to do so, but it is tiring and I am so sore afterward. So much so that I couldn't eat when everyone else did. I am slowly getting better.
The boys had a great day. They loved everything it seemed. We received presents from all over the world this year. So thank you for that. This will be a Christmas that we remember. (I got the coolest wrist warmers from Ireland)
Small got his first pocket knife, and has been very proud and responsible with it. Almost a smug look on his face as he takes it out to open things with. I try not to giggle, don't want to hurt the little man's pride. But he is taking the responsibility seriously.
Medium is a monopoly junkie. He's very good at the game, and insists playing daily. All I can say is thank goodness for connect four, and I can put that child in his place. He is practicing though, he thinks he can beat me at that game too.
Large. . . What to say about Large. Well he needed a hat, coat, socks, size 16 men shoes. We decided that he needed fun with his must haves. . . .