Friday, December 29, 2006

Last christmas trip down memory lane.

I know you all must be sick of hearing about my past Christmases, but this will be the last one I Promise. for this year anyways ;)

I had just a few more photos I grabbed from my moms house so I thought i would blog them also.
1974 Santa pic. Yes that is me flipping out and trying my hardest to get away from that man. I think my 2nd, 3rd and 4th Christmas pic with Santa was me doing this.

This was also 1974 At home, I posted other pics from Christmas 1974 from my grandparents houses in Edit to my holiday meme and in more childhood Christmas memories. But this was when i opened my gifts at home. I got my table and chair set which i didn't get ride of until after I got married and it went though a flood. my bowling set, my tea set, mickey mouse gumball thing, Mr potato head and more. The doll i was holding name is Donna, she was not a Christmas gift, a nurse at the hospital brought her out to me at the same time another nurse brought my baby sister out to my dad after she was born.

The above pic was Christmas 1976. It was at Church during my very 1st Christmas program that i had a speaking part in. My part was to stand with my arms open like angel wings and to say "once a tiny angle came from heaven above, he promised God would send his son to show us love"

Jumping ahead many years to Christmas morning 1991 these were some of my gifts that year. my favorite perfume and a wonderful Estee Lauder make up set. this was what i mentioned in my Holiday meme


not our 1st Christmas together that would have been 1989 but our 1st Christmas married. Here I am with my new husband(we were married 10/29/94) and my mom's new puppy Reggie.

I'm done, no more past Christmas memories for me this year.. maybe next week I'll get this years Christmas pictures online and I'll blog a bit about Christmas 2006..

If I don't get back on to blog, you all have a safe and happy New Years Eve and a wonderful 2007


sari said...

Great pictures! Have a wonderful New Years! :-)

Heather said...

You can remember so many details! That is so special. Thanks for sharing all your memories. Happy New Year to you too!