Thursday, December 23, 2010

Gifts for Christmas

These precious red flowers on the minty green foliage turn into beautiful green gems of feijoa fruit in May next year. I wandered along our trees this afternoon admiring their Christmassy splendour. They remind me so much of our traditional native Christmas tree, the Pohutakawa.


Santa visited a little early for Eve this year...a tiny motorcycle to match her Mum and Dad's cycles. Her granddad can barely keep up with her, and notice the dogs are keeping a safe distance !
I think of Leo as an early Christmas present too. His smiles are little gifts, each one.


Loved ones coming home for Christmas. Here are Alexander and Kristin newly arrived from the North Island becoming acquainted with their nephew.

A big thank you to all of you out there who read this blog. This year has gone by so fast that it is hard to believe that once again we are on the brink of another year.
My wish is for you all to have a very blessed Christmas sharing lots of joy and love around with family and friends, and I hope you all have a wonderful restful time filled with being and doing everything you enjoy the most. !

6 comments:

Heather Woollove said...

Sally--Thank you for the lovely, warm wishes.
I want to wish you and your wonderful family a Merry Christmas and a New Year that is filled with delights, exploration, creation and JOY!

clare.oconnor said...

what beautiful flowers and grandchildren, wishes you a very happy christmas x

Dee said...

Sally
Merry xmas to you and all your wonderful family, I have all my children with us this christmas so that makes 9 including my lovely wee grandaughter, and we are waiting for our second grandy, which is due today but no sign yet. Hope you have wonderful time and enjoy being together.
Love Dee

Janet said...

Since moving to Oz, feijoas are the one fruit I really miss, I could eat a whole bagful in one sitting. Your grandchildren are precious, many blessings for Christmas.

caireen said...

merry christmas - have a lovely time.. Cxx

Florrie said...

Warmest of Christmas wishes to you and your lovely family and best wishes for 2011.
florrie x