Friday, December 24, 2010

Christmas Roles

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Merry Christmas

This morning,

while wondering whether the pecan pies were

ready to take out of my cranky,

temperamental oven,

(which I think has hot flashes),

I thought

I need to call my oldest daughter.

She is the expert on pecan pies.

And then that made me smile.

Have the roles so reversed,

at this time of life,

that one day

I will wake up on Christmas

morning

wondering if Santa has been there?

I hope so

The best is yet to come.

 

You have been such a blessing.

Thank you.

Keep a tight rein and have a wonderful Christmas,

Laura

23 comments:

Revamped French Maison said...

Merry Christmas Laura! That pecan pie looks yummy.

Deb said...

Merry Christmas to you as well!

~Gardener on Sherlock Street said...

Merry Christmas!

Ⓙaη @ ฿◎ßßƴ℘ḯη❝﹩ ℬ◎aґdẘαʟк ツ said...

My mouth is watering, so it MUST be done. I hear you about role reversal. I'm wondering when my kids will be ready to take over the role of HOSTING ?!!! (haha) It won't be for at least another ten years, thank goodness. Hubby use to do all of his own cooking, until we got married, and then couldn't even boil an egg -- totall different subject though! God's blessings to you, Laura!

sissie said...

Merry Christmas Laura! I agree,the best is yet to come!
Enjoy your family and have lots of fun and good food.

hugs
Sissie

Debby said...

Yumm Yum......Have a blessed Christmas.

Sandy said...

I just had to stop by and say Happy Holidays to you and yours.. I so enjoy your blog..
hugggsss
Sandy

Glenda/MidSouth said...

Merry Christmas to you and yours!

Claudia said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family. That pecan pie sure looks tasty!

xo
Claudia

Lisa said...

Merry Christmas, Laura!

SavannahGranny said...

God Bless you and yours with Hope, Health and Happiness during this Holy Season and the New Year. Hugs, Ginger

Preppy 101 said...

Merry Christmas!! xoxo

vintage girl at heart said...

Marry Christmas..I have passed the reins somewhat to our two older children and it is nice to see them making their own traditions...and also to not be the one cooking and cleaning up afterwards!!
Blessings for a wonderful day full of memories~

trash talk said...

Talk about a one-two punch. I was remembering the first time Mother called me to ask about a recipe and thinking to myself I must finally be an adult. Now you've got me to thinking there is hope for me to be a child again. Thank you for that lovely gift of a Christmas memory!
Debbie

Mid-Atlantic Martha said...

Merry Christmas to you and your family -- looks like a wonderful pie is in your future!

Lea said...

Looks like I could take a bite of that delicious Pecan Pie. A Merry CHRISTmas to you!

NanaDiana said...

Merry Christmas Laura! Eat a piece of pecan pie for me- Will you? Hugs- Diana

Sarah said...

Laura, that pecan pie looks perfect. Hope you are enjoying a very Merry Day. It's a quiet one here sitting by a cozy fire listening to music.
Thanks for your friendship. Christmas hugs ~ Sarah

CHERI said...

Well,that pecan pie looks gorgeous to me! Bet it was delicious. Hope your day was lovely. We've had a hectic two days and I'm ready to kick back and do nothing!

Theresa said...

Yep, it does happen! I always hosted Christmas morning and now I go to my Daughter's house! Kinda nice:) Have a blessed day with some left-over pecan pie! HUGS!

Emom said...

Wishing you the very best.....smiles.

ChaChaneen said...

I'm glad we met in bloggy-land this year. I laughed at your post as we said the exact thing yesterday as we hosted and cooked the meal while my parents made the drive to OUR house. ha ha

Merry Christmas to you and your precious family!
Blessings, Janeen

kate said...

Sure wish you would post the recipe for your daughter pecan pie!!! looks yummy. Hope you had a wonderful Holiday.
Kate

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