Our daughters think that Christmas is on Sunday this year because my husband had a trip to Frankfurt and isn’t getting home until today. We’re celebrating today as “Christmas Eve” and tomorrow as the main event.
People still have to fly where they need to go, which means Hubby often has to work on holidays. It’s not at all unusual for us to have Thanksgiving on Friday or Easter on Saturday. Halloween’s about the only one we can’t switch. This is probably the last year we’ll get away with this sort of trickery though, now that they’re getting older.
In the mean time, Merry Christmas (Eve)!
Proud of you and all your accomplishments, Lisa. Do you remember my son, Michael? He thought it was interesting that you and your cousin, Susan, growing up very close in relationship, have similar careers!
Thank you for your Christmas card/photo. Since we lost Celeste this year, I’m afraid I really wasn’t in the real Christmas mood, but we hope you all had a very merry Christmas, and we wish you and your family a very happy and blessed new year! Please extend my warm regards to Patty.
Auntie Orilda and Uncle Manny