I'm slowly returning from holiday mode. My sister and her family left yesterday for the last of our holiday visits. It was a good holiday with time just for the four of us, as well as hosting Christmas dinner for Alan's family, visiting with my family up at my parent's cottage and sharing some time with friends. A little bit of everything and a little bit of every kind of food!
I'm just easing back into it though. The girls aren't going back to school until next week so I'm going to hang out with them for the next few days. I'm hoping to spend some time with my new camera as well. (So exciting!) There's a lot for me to learn but I'm really enjoying it.
Here are some pictures I took near my parent's house in Muskoka. It was so amazing to see snow as we had an unusual green Christmas this year. It was especially nice how the snow stayed on the branches making every turn of our walk look like a winter wonderland.
So this year I hope will be filled with joy, good health, family visits, hugs, laughs, excitement, friends, a couple of adventures thrown in for good measure and time to enjoy. I hope to see and appreciate the little things. Read more books. Go for more walks. Take more pictures.
I can't wait to start working with my beads again and that's a great feeling. So although our holidays included few moments to rest I have landed in the new year rejuvenated and ready to go.