Christmas Morning in Charleston



Hoping you all had a lovely holiday with family and friends!

Here’s the 2013 Edition of the Cracker Crown

(yes … I had on two … wine can make a woman crack open another cracker)


41 thoughts on “Christmas Morning in Charleston

  1. I like the look of a two cracker crown. I’ll have to try that next year! I’m happy to hear you had a great time. A belated Merry Christmas and wishing you a very Happy New Year!

  2. So nice to see you smiling, Laurie.

    Your photos are stunning. I’m always drawn to photos of water reflecting back. I like the sun kissing the top of the first picture. Peaceful. I needed that today.

    • Thanks so much (I’m trying to do better at just accepting the complement and not pointing out the negative 🙂 )
      My son picked out this room for me specifically for the view … it was so lovely to be on the water for Christmas morning. I’m glad you enjoyed these, Alys!

      • Nice! And good for you for taking the compliment. We can all work harder at that, don’t you think? It’s so easy to deflect a compliment, when instead we should embrace it and enjoy the appreciation. I’m always working on that.

        Glad you are here.

  3. Looks beautiful there! Open water is something I always look forward to in the spring. I might just lay on that dock for a bit and stare up at the blue sky and when I got tired of that, I’d roll over and look over the edge to the reflecting water to see what might be down there. Well, besides your face smiling back up at us 😀

  4. Lol. I’m reading this while my wife is passed out beside me. Her wine may have caught up with her too. 😉 I’m trying to finish this bottle, and it’s a bloody tough job.

    This first shot is just lovely. So is the second one, but the first is just really nice. *hiccup

    • Aww, thanks for the comment about the smile. I’m a bit self conscious about it since the wreck. I’m looking forward to getting my “real fake teeth” in the next couple months!

Because Boomdee dared me: Lay a little sugar on me :-)

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