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Shelley Shepard Gray

MERRY CHRISTMAS

Posted Dec 25 2011, 12:30 pm

I’ve been taking a few days off~taking time to watch old movies, complete a Christmas puzzle, chase a very busy puppy, bake a Red Velvet Cake with my daughter, cook two very big holiday meals, sleep, and read books I didn’t write!

I hope all of you are finding time to enjoy a day or two off as well!

As always, I count my family, my faith and my readers in my many blessings. Thank you for your many notes, hugs, and smiles!

With Christmas blessings to you,

Shelley

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9 responses to “MERRY CHRISTMAS”

  1. Linda says:

    Shelley,
    “MERRY CHRISTMAS” to you and your family. Good to hear you have taken some time off – you deserve it!
    Anxious to hear what books you have read, AMISH ones I hope.
    Continue enjoying yourself and your family.
    Love,
    Linda in FL

  2. Jeanette Styer says:

    Hi Shelley

    I’m glad you have taken some time for yourself and your family. It sounds like you are really enjoying yourself and you deserve to.

    I spent Christmas with my daughter and son-in-law and his brother and sister. And of course their two dogs (minpins) and two cats. 🙂 (Had to take my Benadryl within a half hour of arriving)

    Jeanette

  3. Allie says:

    Please keep thowirng these posts up they help tons.

  4. I needed to read this as I have been blogging for a few months, mostly about a recent road trip. Now I am changing my focus to Life as a retiree, getting healthy etc. so It is like starting over.+thanks for the tips

  5. Hei BirgitteSÃ¥ mange flotte ting du har 🙂 Jeg er vel en samler jeg ogsÃ¥, men i mindre skala 😀 Elsker de gamle koffertene dine ♥ og sÃ¥ smart og fint Ã¥ plante i bakeformer… masse inspirerende her hos deg, gøy Ã¥ titte innom deg…Ønsker deg en flott dag videre, klem fra Mette

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    Kostas, iris butter and powder were used for centuries in cosmetics. They would certainly behave differently than a CO2 extraction, as would a resinoid. I regret the original Dior Homme as well!

  7. http://www./ says:

    I love time travel also. Diana Gabaldon got me started with ‘The Outlander’. Melanie’s book sounds wonderful. Being a Scot myself, I can’t wait to read it.

  8. http://www./ says:

    We do take so much for granted…good to see you find ways to be thankful when you are dealing with your daughter’s vision loss. I had similar feelings when our son was young and had trouble with his ears…when the doctor put tubes in his ears he was amazed at all he could hear that he hadn’t heard before…even the “snap, crackle, pop” of Rice Krispies!

  9. http://www./ says:

    That’s the thinking of a creative mind

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