Friday, December 24, 2010

Santa

This is the Santa that my granddaughter Hope sees everyday. He lives right across the street. Hope waves to him and blows him kisses every single time she sees him. Sometimes she peeks through the front window blinds and just giggles while she looks at him.




We should all remember to have such a sense of wonder and joy. Reminding us of this is the gift children give us.

Merry Merry Everything To All

WEEKEND REFLECTIONS

12 comments:

Jay Simser said...

Thank you for your wonderful pictures throughout the year. For your incredible writings over at Forks and for sharing Hope with us. I truly value our friendship even though we have never met in person. I am sending you a giant Hug and a smaller one for Hope. Have a very Happy Christmas from a snowbound Jay.

Tracy said...

Awwww, I'd tell my son that Santa is truly watching him now!

I'm certainly glad we connected!
Have a Blessed Celebration!

Daryl said...

Sending you wishes for endless Hope filled moments xoxoxo

Clytie said...

The wonder and innocence of children at Christmastime ... Sigh. Tis truly a beautiful gift.

Merry Christmas!

Sylvia K said...

Enjoy the beauty and wonder of Hope, as I know you do! Have a very Merry Joyous Christmas! Much love to you, my friend!

Sylvia

Ann said...

he didn't dash her idea that Santa comes from the North Pole?

Kay Dennison said...

I hope y'all have a blessed and joyous day!!!

Pagan Sphinx said...

Merry Christmas and Blessed Yule to you. How lucky for you and Hope to have each other.

Sending much love,
Gina

wenn said...

Merry Christmas!

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

I can just see Hope waving at her friend -- who is probably covered with snow and ice today.

Stay warm, cuddle up with Hope, have a cup of (whatever) and take care during this nasty storm.

James said...

That's a nice looking Santa and I agree about having a sense of wonder and joy.

ghwace said...

Your child is so cute. *wink*
And Santa on this pic too. :D