Monday, December 22, 2008

Getting ready for Christmas

Lots to do before Christmas. We'll be spending time with our family and I'm looking forward to that.
We've had some snow. This is the flower pot in front of house - looking down on it. (It's a funny angle, I know! )

We've been having computer problems, so our grandson built us a new computer - and I'm trying to get used it. It took me 17 min to get on line with our old one! So this is faster and after Christmas, I'll be able to get around to other blogs faster. Hurrah. Sometimes, I read your blog, but I couldn't get into the "comments" page. So I'll soon be up and running again.

Best of Christmas wishes to all of you. Enjoy celebrating the birth of our Saviour with your loved ones.


Smilingsal said...

Grandsons can be very useful!

melanie said...

Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family! I look forward to reading your posts in the coming year!! :)

Cherdecor said...

SEVENTEEN MINUTES is a LONG TIME! You are a very patient person. I am glad your grandson helped you out.
Christmas blessings,

squawmama said...

Hooray for your grandson... Glad to hear he fixed your computer problems... Hope your Holidays are as wonderful as you are... Have a good one...


Terrie's Lil' Piece of Serenity said...

"Merry Christmas" Hugs, Terrie

Jan Parrish said...

What an amazing grandson you have. I wish I had a son just like him. Oh, hey, that's my kid. So glad Tim was able to build you a new computer. :) I just hate computer issues. I'm glad that you are up and running again.

Megan DiMaria said...

Have a wonderful Christmas, Ruthie. Savor the time with family.

Deb said...

Blessings to you Ruthie, and a love filled Christmas with your family! Deb

Shelia said...

Evening, Dear Ruthie! I pray you have a wonderful Christmas with your family.
Be a sweetie,
shelia ;)

Sweetie said...

Ruthie - Thank you so much for thinking of me. It was so kind of you to send me the inspirational "card/ book." I read two pages and am going to read it in its entirity tonight. You are so very thoughtful.
P.S. I will be back to blogging after the first of the year.

Kathi~Lavender, Lace and Thyme said...

Merry Christmas!

Christmas Hugs and Blessings,
Kathi :)