Christmas in Vermont

Last year I spent Christmas in Chile. It was hard to be away from my family and to have it be 90 degrees out. So this year, I was so happy to be able to spend it with my family, in cold and snowy Vermont.

But first, we decorated our Christmas tree at my parents’ house in Connecticut.

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These are some of my favorite homemade Christmas ornaments. I was so crafty as a kid! Maybe my New Years resolution should be to become crafty again.

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I also decorated Ruby. She’s a good sport.

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Then I went to Vermont and we celebrated Christmas morning with a delicious breakfast, stockings and presents. Last year, my mom sent me a Christmas package to Chile which included the stocking that I have had since I was a baby. The package never arrived, which meant I had no stocking! But my mom, clever lady that she is, figured out that the company that made my stocking still existed and she ordered an exact replica for me!

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Then we went to my grandmothers where I proceeded to eat my weight in Christmas cookies and lose at both cribbage (not surprising) and Scrabble (kind of surprising).

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On the Saturday after Christmas, we celebrated with my Dad’s side of the family. I held my cousin’s new baby (and didn’t break her!) and lead my team to victory in games involving identifying Christmas carols. If there is one thing I know all about, it’s Christmas carols. No one else stood a chance.

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My New Year’s Resolution (for real) is to blog more, and since I do better with concrete and realistic goals, “better” means at least once a week. So you all can look forward to hearing a bit more from me in 2013.

I hope you all had a great Holiday Season and Happy 2013!

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2 thoughts on “Christmas in Vermont

  1. I’m only now catching up with your blog! Ah! Forgive me! … I love those pictures. ā¤ Such a lovely sense of Christmas and family. šŸ˜€ So nice! And how adorable is that baba?

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