Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Happy Christmas eve eve

Twas the night before the night before Christmas and all through the house, nothing but slugs here. Both Jilda and I took two naps today.

She's been battling some kind of crud and decided to go to the doc this morning instead of struggling through the holidays.

So, we took a nap when we returned home. Then we walked. Then we took another nap.

I can't remember when I've relaxed as much. I feel taller.

Tomorrow starts early with Christmas breakfast with her brother's family.

I did manage to snap a photo on our walk. It's a fallen limb with fuzzy moss.


  1. I do love a good nap!

  2. very unique shot, the moss sets it off of course, I am glad it caught your eye...
    Hope Jilda improves drastically and y'all have a Very Merry Christmas. I like that Christmas eve, eve.

  3. Christmas greetings to you both, have a lovely day.

    Ms Soup

  4. Feel better Jilda. This is a busy season and a person has to be feeling well to enjoy it.

  5. Give Jilda a hug from me please. Hope she is feeling better soon, and hope you have totally gotten better from being sick earlier. Season's Best Wishes.

  6. Sorry I have been absent but Christmas takes all my time as you know. You both sound like you needed the naps so enjoy and have a Very Merry Christmas filled with love, laughter, peace and joy

  7. Naps are wonderful things ! I take them regularly. I love the picture. It looks like someone put out some Christmas decorations in the woods there. Happy Christmas Eve!

  8. A nap sounds nice especially if you weather is like ours today in North Carolina. Soggy, rainy and stormy. Hope Jilda gets to feeling better by Christmas Day.

    Back to my baking now

  9. Jim has always been a perfectionist at napping but I'm slowly learning to enjoy them. Sure hope Jilda feels much better. Merry Christmas from the Dixons.

  10. Anonymous11:40 AM

    Naps are the best. Hope everyone feels better :(

  11. I hope Jilda is feeling better and is ready for the holiday. Merry Christmas to you both.

  12. Anonymous1:18 PM

    Feel better, Jilda--the holidays are no time to be sick!!

  13. As Christmas approaches (quickly!) I send you and Jilda wishes for a beautiful and precious Christmas.
    Tell her that I do hope she is feeling better.
    I whisper a prayer for her.
    Sending you both love,

  14. I like to have a nap when I have the time to do so, which isn't that often during the school terms


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