Friday, January 1, 2010

Happy 2010!

Well I had a post prepared to post this morning but apparently the computer goblin ate it! We were doing a wedding up north last night and had some concerns of getting snowed in. Although it snowed it wasn't bad, we did stay off the roads and safe from any crazy drivers by staying at a motel then driving home this morning.


I wanted to share some of my daughter's Christmas village with you, oh well, let's try it again.


My favorite part. I think we should build a real snowman and dance around.



  1. That computer goblin has haunted ME from time to time. Glad you managed being snowed in and pulled this post together ... love the little snowman and the ring of dancers from multiple perspectives ;-)
    Hugs and blessings,

  2. It's beautiful Lisa! I'm glad you got home safe, sleeping in a motel is not a bad idea on crazy days like these.

  3. Glad to hear you were safe. We got a touch of snow too, but not enough to keep us from our plans. I love the "ring around the snowman" piece too!

  4. I love that last shot!

    Glad you made it home safe.

    Happy New Year.

  5. That does sound like fun. Guess when I get home from vacation I will have to build a snowman in your honor... and dance around it of course!

  6. I join you in the snowman dance :)
    Happy 2010 for you all and glad you played the snow and travel safe!

  7. Happy 2010, Lisa! When I first glanced at your photo, I thought you were using a tilt-shift lens. The snowman figurine is very cute.

  8. Happy New Year
    or in Dutch we say
    Gelukkig Nieuwjaar :-)

    Kareltje =^.^=
    Anya :-)

  9. My mother-in-law has a Christmas village, and I just love it. All the wonderfully intricate pieces... it's wonderful!

  10. Oh I LOVE that snowman! I agree...dancing around a snowman would be so much fun!! Happy New Year Lisa. It has been great blogging with you in 2009.....hoping I can do more of it in 2010.

  11. Oh I LOVE that snowman! I agree...dancing around a snowman would be so much fun!!

  12. I'm hearing Ray Charles singing "Frosty the Snowman"... Or was that Louis Armstrong? Great stuff!