"These happy golden years are passing by, these happy golden years." Laura Ingalls Wilder

Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Christmas Week

... finds the Mac home making preparation for the coming celebration of the remembrance of Christ's birth.  Often times this gets lost in the secular world .. but as Christians .. it is foremost in our home.  I've done some baking, more decorating, and cleaning.  We will have a houseful this weekend.  Our oldest daughter and her family will be staying overnight on Christmas Eve.  Christmas day will find 12 people at our dinner table including family and friends. 

Today the weather was in the low 40F's .. clear skies .. this tempted me to do a load of laundry to hang outside ... just because :)  too bad it all got washed yesterday .. it may be quite a long time before another spring day happens this winter.

Nathan is home from school this week.  He continues to amaze me with the progress he's making.  currently he is working on bathing skills AND learning how to cope when other people laugh out loud (LOL).  This has been a tight rope walk until now.  I can honestly say that life is more typical in our home with his new self control capabilities .. can I get a big AMEN!?

Cookies have been baked.  Most of the grocery and gift shopping is done.  Mr. Mac has been the gift wrapper extraordinaire again.  It's nice to have someone help with the extra work Christmas brings. 

Chocolate Brownie Drop Cookies
Have a blessed day.

6 comments:

FlowerLady said...

Mrs. Mac ~ May you and your family have a wonderful Christmas.

It is so great to hear about Nathan's good progress. Bless his heart and yours also, and thanks be to our heavenly Father.

Love and hugs ~ FlowerLady

Trish said...

Tomer always does most gift wrapping here! What a help that is...sigh.
Amen...So happy to hear of Nathan's progress.
Merry Christmas...enjoy your time with family Mrs. Mac.

TherExtras said...

AMEN!

Blessings on your family, too!

Barbara

bridgid10 said...

Amen cousin! Happy Holidays!

Pat said...

Wishing all good things this Christmas..may the good Lord keep filling your home with His sweet presence and love!

Amrita said...

Love an d greetings to you Mrs Mac an d all the family.

Yum---my cookies