Tell me what it is you want to do with your one wild and precious life? -mary oliver

Monday, December 27, 2010

Spending Our Coin

Life is but a coin.  You can spend it any way you wish, but you can only spend it once.l

Christmas Eve was our time.  We lazed around, finished wrapping the last few packages, and enjoyed one another. 

We made cookies for Santa, pressing them out in their own perfect way.

The decorating session was saved until after dinner, when every spare inch of the cookie needed sprinkles and colored sugar.
The afternoon of Christmas, we celebrated with Andy's family.  At one point, there were 8-10 cameras on the kitchen table and only 6 adults!!!!    For Christmas, Andy bought me a new camera in the same family as his parents.  That way, we can "share" the many lenses they've acquired over the years.  I do think I may need to "visit" weekly for camera button/knob classes on my new toy.  As always, there are family photos once everyone arrives, so this year, I brought some accessories for the grandchildren.
In the ever famous words of Kelle Hampton, we're photographing the heck out of life.

Spend your coin, embracing your journey.

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