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oh the weather outside is frightful...


Well it snowed here this morning. Well really it had snowed when I went to bed last night. There was still snow on the ground when I left this morning. The mountains are coated in snow and I'm ready for the Christmas season finally. Some of that spirit came last week when I was at my brother and sister-in-law's house. We started a new Ralston tradition. Gingerbread houses! It was a late night Friday night, with a homemade template and Gingerbread (my mom was voting for graham cracker houses but us kids wouldn't settle for that). Wendy and I worked really hard on our houses, and we had a great time with it all.

It got me in the Christmas spirit, now just for all the shopping and fun with my families and the Nutcracker, and the museum, and caroling, and more gingerbread house making, and Christmas parties galore! Before you know it I'll be back in Illinois for Christmas! Woo hoo!
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1 Comments:

Those are some awesome looking gingerbread houses...I never would have the patience for it, I'd probably knock it all down and just eat the gingerbread. I'm trying to get into the Christmas spirit here, but I have no snow, just a lot of christmas songs!

By Blogger Sarah, at 3:24 PM  

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