Friday, December 25, 2009

Merry Christmas


I wish you all a very Merry Christmas. We are about to find out what Santa left. Through the day the family will gather. Looking forward to seeing all the grandchildren. Good food is ahead today.

I hope that this image isn't too dark, too off color. I'm working blind with a new program and an uncalibrated laptop. It looks terrible on my monitor but I'm trusting that the camera got it better than I can do.

13 comments:

Sam and Bob said...

Merry Christmas!

Jonna said...

The camera, with you behind it, got it perfect as usual. Merry Christmas Billie and Ned, with love and blessings from Merida.

Heather said...

Merry Christmas. I hope all is well.

Robert said...

merry christmas from your loyal reader in houston

revbob

richland said...

Off color seems to have a different meaning to a photographer...

Calypso said...

Hope you are having a GREAT Holiday Amiga - and only a month or so left ;-)

Saludos,
John & Anita

Billie said...

Thanks for all the merry Christmas wishes. We have been so busy with the grandsons and their parents that this is the first day I've had time to get to the blog.

Kathy said...

Missing your voice! Hope all is well with Ned and the little rugrats. :)

caboSlim said...

That is a great picture. There is nothing like Christmas in Mexico. I have family in Acambaro, GTO so I am a little familiar with the area. How's the weather in San Miguel De Allende this time of year?

Alfredo said...

Hope you guys are fine Billie...we are missing your posts and wonder...

¡Felíz Año Nuevo!

Alfredo.

Diane said...

Billie, oh Billie where are you?!

Missing your photos and posts. Hope everything is OK.

Gloria said...

Hi Billie. Hope your holidays were great. I haven't seen your posts lately so I thought I would pop in and say hi and that I hope everything is okay? Hope all is well. Take care and have a great week. Miss your posts!

Diane said...

Billie,

I hope everyone is OK. I miss reading your blog. Please inform us if there is a problem...you are on our minds.

DIane