We made it safely home yesterday from our trip to Tennessee. We got to see some snow without getting snowed in. We got to enjoy several fires in the fireplace. And of course, we got to enjoy lots of time with the family.
We opened presents on Monday evening and the boys were all thrilled with their quilts. Ian had not realized that I had even started on his quilt - so he was very surprised to receive his! Mom and Dad handed down many family heirlooms again this year. My nephew received a knife my grandfather carried during WW2 and Ian received my other grandfather's dogtags from WW2. My mom kept having me and my sister open our gifts at the same time. One gift I opened was a red holiday table runner, placemats, and napkins that were my Mimi's. Meanwhile my sister is opening a vintage butter dish that I have been lusting over for several years. Naomi looks at with a funny look and my mom says "Haven't you been asking for this for years?" No - that was me! Anyway - my sister was kind enough to trade presents with me!
Mom also made us each a wreath. I decided to try mine out as a necklace. What do you think?
Hope everyone had a wonderful holiday season! We have another week off until we return to school and I am hoping to get some sewing in!