Starting it all with a special breakfast, and then opening the presents from my Grandpa and Grandma Stenersen. Because my cousins decided to get the flu so we couldn't do a "Stenersen Christmas". *winks*
We then began a puzzle - which we did throughout the whole day. The puzzle was part of the family gift that Marissa and Marita gave us back at the Warnke Christmas.
"I was just born to be exactly what you see -- nothing more or less, I'm not the worse or the best..."
The puzzle is finished! (by the end of the day)
We watched "The Christmas Candle" which was a good movie.
It was after the movie that we ate cheese fondue and finished the puzzle.
We ended the day with "Father Knows Best" because that's just how we are. *winks*
My brother came in our room a few minutes before six-thirty and said Liberty was getting our parents up.
We usually open our stockings while our parents are still in bed, then do something while we wait for them to get up. But this year they only got us stocking stuffer's so they wanted to be there when we opened them.
Here's some of what I got:
and these soft, Christmas socks! *grins*
I also got two pairs of high-knee snocks... and we each got a grapefruit, which we ate for breakfast.
After breakfast we all started showering and getting ready for the "fancy" lunch my mom was making.
We had Christmas Dinner for lunch. It was sooo good!
(she also got me a pair of Christmas-y socks)
And Liberty got me this collection of eight Gospel records. She's such a sweetie. *smiles*
The rest of the day was spent just relaxing and doing what ever. We did another puzzle.
Yeah... we like puzzles.
And there you have my Christmas!
It's not like we went to a ball or anything, but it was great.
I hope your Christmas was just as wonderful. *grins*