Thursday, December 30, 2010


I was in Florida over Christmas.  My youngest granddaughter celebrated her 4th birthday on December 16.  Sadly, I'm not the best at taking pictures.  But, I took a few memories none-the-less.

Noelle goes to Happy Land Preschool in Niceville. She's the one wearing the birthday crown.

A birthday party for 20 at a gymnastics studio.

Driving to Destin nearly every day

across this bridge

 Lunching in Niceville on the bayouchecking out the shrimp boats.

The stockings were hung by the chimney with care.

What a neighborhood display,  all set to music.

And best of all the wonderment in the eyes of the people who stopped to watch and listen.  I had a great time.

Quilt happy,


Melissa said...

So glad you had a great time, Marilyn! Grans are the best!

hetty said...

Looks like you had a terrific time. But that bridge looks scary.

creativedawn said...

She is such a cutie, Marilyn! The pictures are great. It's good to hear you had such a great time! Awesome..


SewCalGal said...

Looks like a perfect Christmas trip to me, other than the fact you caught a cold.


Sharon-NZ said...

perfect trip, and heaps of fun by the looks

Karen Mallory said...

Great Christmas pics Marilyn! Love the one earlier of your granddaughter with her vanity. It is always sad to leave. Especially when they are on the other side of the country and you can't just drop by!
hugs Karen

Diana said...

wonderful wonderful pics Marilyn
hugs Diana

Pamela O said...

Love the pictures, what a wonderful Holiday Vacation for you!!!!!

Micki said...

I can see how much fun you all had. I love Disney World!
Happy New Year!

beth said...

Great pictures Marilyn. I can see you had fun...and I see those stockings hanging there looking a lot like mine!!! ;)

Beeshebags said...

Were they Bubba Gump shrimp boats Marilyn? lol Great pics...that bridge is wouldn't be any good in Queensland over here at the moment....would be under water. Thanks for sharing the're getting really good now at taking your camera...and using it hey? Well done. Hugs Naomi

Pat Barton said...

Looks like a great visit, I'm sure they miss you already.