Tuesday, December 27, 2011

Two days after Christmas


'Twas two days after Christmas, and all through the house


All the creatures were exhausted, even the mouse......

24 comments:

Cloudia said...

PERFECT evocation of the day. . . the WEEK!


LOL You are right on it my Dear



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The Elephant's Child said...

Oh yes.

Country Gal said...

LOL soo true ! We are exausted ! Time now to relax and recuperate ! Have a wonderful evening !

grammie g said...

HI Denise....lol...to cute!!
I'm sure you are...December is a draining month...!!!
Grace

Out on the prairie said...

A real charmer.

MarieElizabeth said...

Amen. I hope you all had a great weekend.

Linda Reeder said...

yes, indeed!

Marilyn said...

Me--I was tired the afternoon of Christmas day! My mom has had Christmas Day dinner for all my married life, and before. She said 50 years-(I'm 60, btw) and when she over worked her arm and couldn't lift anything, I was glad to have people come to my house! BUT, I'm a quick learner and when my SIL said she'd rather cook than drive an hour for dinner, I said she could do it next year! She had offered this year, too, but I really wanted a Christmas dinner at my house! Happy New Year.♥♫

diane b said...

Hee hee very clever. It is nice to relax after the celebrations.

Kay said...

Happy Holidays, Denise! It's not over yet. Over here, new years is just as big a celebration!

Lyn said...

oh too true!
xxx

Valerie said...

I like your version of my favourite Christmas story.

Sunray Gardens said...

Too cute. Looks like it's waiting for it's surprise.
Cher Sunray Gardens

Jane and Chris said...

I think that mouse may have seen a cat!!
Jane x

betchai said...

Hope you had a wonderful Christmas though may be exhausting but filled with fun, and wishing you a joyful New Year.

Beatrice P. Boyd said...

Sometimes, the holidays can be exhausting, but so worthwhile when all is said and done. ENjoy your rest now and best wishes for a Happy New Year.

Yogi♪♪♪ said...

I love Christmas but it is hard to sustain. I love the week between Christmas and New Years. Everything is more relaxed.

Nice to clean the house up at some point and get back to normal and dig in for the dark cold days remaining. And hope for no ice storms.

Strawberry Jam Anne said...

I know that feeling so well! Happy New Year Denise. A x

Maria said...

I know exactly how you and the 'mouse' feel. lol..it's been hectic but fun. I hope you had a great time! I hadn't realized he anonymous comments now go on the spam filter...but that's ok...99.9% of anonymous entries are spam....I'll have to change my comment intro too....there is always something of interest here. Sorry I haven't visited in awhile but I haven't been blogging...other things yes...but I got to get back to the blogging soon....it refreshes me!...smiles, Maria

ladyfi said...

LOL - you said it! And so wonderfully.

Sara said...

Hope you are feeling more rested now that it's the Sixth Day of Christmas...Looking forward to the New Year and fresh beginnings. All the best to you in 2012!

Lui said...

I wish you a merry and meaningful 2012!

jabblog said...

Hee hee hee - we can all relate to that:-)

Happy and Healthy 2012 to you and yours, Denise.

eileeninmd said...

Cute post and pretty photos, Denise! I wish you and your family a very Happy New Year!