Thursday, December 24, 2009

Most Holy Night


It’s been a busy Christmas Season for Paul

100_0001Paul has hidden high  

100_0009And Low

100_0018  Here


And there, Upon the second highest mountain in Debville, at the

Wandering Moose Bar & Grill.

Please avert your eyes away from the cowboy in the outhouse . . .

A little gift from SPC  Ryan last year. 

100_0114Just this morning I caught Paul with the Christmas Mice starting a fire. 

Paul Reindeer MountainWhen Paul returned from the North Pole last night, he was feeling quite homesick, so I suggested that he fly to the top of the highest mountain in Debville,

Reindeer Mountain,

Where the gleam returned to his eyes as he watched Santa ski down the slope.

100_0139The Carolers are practicing “Silent Night”

100_0141There are still a few wreaths available for the last minute shoppers. 

100_0145Follow this little path down the hill, under the trees and through the gate

100_0146Past the gentleman who has been sitting on that bench since WWII

100_0147   And join us in a little Christmas Merriment

and silent contemplation of that

Most Holy Night.

Wishing you a Blessed Christmas,

My Beloved Friends.

**blows merry kisses**


Renee said...

It is a virtual wonderland and I am so happy to be here.

Merry Christmas darling to you and your beautiful family.

Love Renee xoxo

OmaLindasOldeBaggsandStuftShirts said...

Merry kisses back to you sweet lady.

Anne Huskey-Lockard said...

Wonderful Deb!!! Have a most Blessed Christmas!!!


kj said...

as if this weren't enough to capture the spirit of christmas, your words on renee's blogs brought tears and joy.

merry christmas, deb. there is a star in the sky that shines just for you.


Ces Adorio said...

Hello dearest Deborah. I love watching you have great fun setting up Debville and hiding King Paul who I am now convinced is quite fabulous in his own way. You my dear are one of the very few (and I want few) darling friends I have in blogland which is an irony really, because you are in my everyday life. Enjoy your celebration sweetheart. I have to hit the bed for some n=much needed rest for I have succumbed to the bug and am now rendered isolated.

Merry Christmas to you dearest Deborah, to your handsome husband, your brave and good-looking son and that fabulous, beautiful Alice. Thank you for being my friend.

Silke Powers said...

Dearest Deborah, oh how I wish I could see that magical winter wonderland in person, or to stroll down those snowy roads with Paul - he looks like such an interesting guy... He looks like he's traveled afar and has has some fascinating experiences!

Oh, I just had to show Daniel the outhouse - made both of us laugh out loud! Deborah, you are such a sweet presence in my life and I look forward every day to visiting your blog and to your comments on mine, not to mention all the kisses you blow my way... You are a jewel!! Wishing you and your beautiful family a most Merry Christmas!! Love, Silke

Bella Sinclair said...

Deborah, you sparkle, and it comes out in everything you do. Really, if they could somehow find a way to capture your energy and shine, you could light up a whole continent with your smile alone. Paul is a charmer. And although he's been homesick, it looks like he's been having a grand time at your house. I love Debville. I need to sit next to that gentleman on the bench and get him to stretch his legs a bit. I worry about deep vein thrombosis. Merry Christmas to that gorgeous family of yours!

yoborobo said...

Merry Christmas, Deb! I have a big smile on my face after visiting the lovely hamlet of Debville with the dashing Paul. God bless and keep you, my friend. Merry Christmas!! xox Pam

Renee said...

Nathan has to be back teaching by the 4th of January is that too soon for the marriage to be arranged.

He would flip over your darling girl.

Merry Christmas to my friend who says the very best prayers ever.

Love Renee xoxo

Ces Adorio said...

Merry Christmas to my favorite poet sisterfriend, her beloved husband, Spc Ryan and Alice. I love all of you and I love you.

Unknown said...

Such cute pics!
Thank you for all your lovely comments on my blog, May the happiness of the holiday season be yours today and always x

Sherry said...

Oh Paul has been a busy little elf!!! I must say I could NOT avert my eyes from the cowboy in the outhouse (so not what you expect in a Christmas village scene!!)...I'm glad that Paul wasn't over there bothering him...give a man some peace!! lol!!

Hope you had a most blessed and enjoyable Christmas Deb!! xoxox

KeKe said...

Blogger is giving me fits, hopefully this will correct itself soon?
Paul looks completely mischevious in the first picture; as if he has a perosnality all of his own,it certainly looks like he is up to something~

I hope you had a nice Christmas with your family!!

Renee said...

How I love you, I really couldn't even reach a number of all the times I think of you.

Love Renee xoxo

Marie S said...

Merry Christmas!!!!!
Deb my Santa is so far behind. You just never know what will show up for you!!!

Love and huge hugs.