Thursday, December 8, 2011

I Believe

This holiday season among a sea of non-believers, I believe.



I believe Santa does exist.



I believe because we got two big packages of goodies in the mail, full of all kinds of great stuff.



I believe my kids have never been happier to get up in the morning just to eat American cereal.



I believe a man's (and boy's) place is in the kitchen rolling out cookie dough.



I believe the kids decorated these cookies optimizing the icing and candy on each one.



I believe this is the first year that a gingerbread house has been assembled by the kids (and me) without crying (or in my case, swearing).



I believe our dentist is glad we're returning this summer so he can finally purchase that boat he's been dreaming of.



I believe these are the best Caesar salad croutons on the planet and that I have finally perfected my Caesar dressing. Perfect to make for Christmas dinner. Except, I won't be able to.



I believe I have used these wipes as a shower when travelling to places without indoor plumbing and I'm positive I'll do it again. And soon.



I believe this is going to be our most unconventional, yet mosquito and sunburn-free Christmas ever.



And I believe that we would not have had the Christmas Spirit this year without those two boxes sent by our Santa, Deb Dolan.

Merry Christmas to all. And to all a good flight. Or night. Whatever...
xoxo The Loerzels

5 comments:

Janine said...

Love it!

Blissed-Out Grandma said...

Great post. Packages from home can mean a whole lot, can't they?!

MarieHarmony said...

How great! Boxes from home, a dream at this stage - imagine being able to smell and taste the food you are used too.........you gave me ideas now! Enjoy the Christmas season!

Leah Griffith said...

This is an amazing Christmas card post! Your home has some Christmas magic going on in it! Very sweet!

I remember when we lived in the Virgin Islands, there were certain things that we couldn't purchase there and my in-laws would mail them to us each Christmas. My kids went bonkers over those packages! It gave us an appreciation for the simpler things in life.
Merry Christmas Loerzels!

Puru@ShadowsGalore said...

Loved your post ! Hope you had a mosquito free Christmas ! :)

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