Yep, it is still winter in Montana, 8 degrees this morning when I started the coffee and lots of snow on the ground.
Christmas Day we spent with Lonn and the rest of the family. The majority of them including baby Lora are under the weather with nasty head colds so it was a quiet but very enjoyable day.
As you can tell, Lora Elizabeth was not up to par--her little cheeks were so red--her Mom wasn't feeling the greatest, either!
Aunt Katie and Uncle Michael were the only healthy ones of the bunch--but hanging out with that little germ factory may change that! Katie and Michael are practicing--we are looking forward to the birth of their baby in late April!
Lora loved the little rocking horse and even tried to give her baby a ride--
Katie cooked Christmas dinner and the food was fabulous--that girl can cook a turkey and I am not a fan of turkey! We spent the afternoon visiting, watching Christmas movies and playing cribbage before heading back over the snowy hills to our home.
Saturday we hung out at home--Michael has been under the weather since we got here and "knock on wood" I am still healthy. I worked with the little quilt most of the day and have made great progress!
Today, Sunday, we came in to visit Nat and to meet our friends Terry and Jill for lunch. The roads are treacherous--snowy/icy/drifted--makes you think twice about getting out! Our time in Montana is drawing to a close--by the time you read the next blog we will be back in sunny Arizona!