Monthly Archives: December 2011

Craft Day

December twenty-seventh turned out to be crafts day at our house. Our daughter-in-law made tutus for the grandkids. GC1 made a pepperoni pizza for lunch And she helped her mom make a couple of cool blanket-things like this one

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The Frazier History Museum

The day after Christmas we went downtown and visited the Frazier.  They had a special display of Christmas trees from around the world.  GC1 had recently completed a school project on Christmas in Italy (they’re teaching them how to do … Continue reading

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Christmas Morning

Nothing quite like young children on Christmas morning. The eldest granddaughter (GC1) got up and immediately wanted to know if Santa had eaten the cookies and milk that had been left out for him. Once that fact had been established, … Continue reading

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Kalightoscope is a display of giant light sculptures handmade by Chinese artisans from Zigong.  The kids got a kick out of the lights, the snow fairy, Santa’s village, and all the other trappings of the season.  After seeing the lights, … Continue reading

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A visit to the bird sanctuary

The kids came up for Christmas weekend, and today we took them to visit the bird sanctuary where CVH volunteers.  They got to see a barn owl, eastern screech owl, and a peregrine falcon up close and personal. After the … Continue reading

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