Merry Christmas!

Barbara Vey -- December 25th, 2013
7 of 9 of the brothers and sisters

7 of 9 of the brothers and sisters

It has always been a family tradition to get together on Christmas Eve.  Being from a very large family is always a challenge, but we mostly manage to make it to my sister’s house.  Thirty-four of us were there, but we really missed the twenty-eight who weren’t.

 

 

 

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The nieces and nephews

The nieces and nephews

Great nieces and nephews

Great nieces and nephews

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Bottom Line:  Here’s wishing you and yours the very best of everything.

6 thoughts on “Merry Christmas!

  1. TC Davis Jr

    Family is what these holidays are all about. Our home is host to a similar family gathering every year. Dinner on Christmas Eve followed by a big family breakfast on Christmas morning – waiting patiently to open presents – those that didn’t sleep over, come straight here, (after their wonderful morning at home). Opening the presents is last, after everyone has finished eating.
    At first, this tried my patience. Over the years I’ve grown to realize where the true value in this marvelous holiday rests.
    I’m thankful for many things but this year you’ve given me one more: that our family is much smaller than yours – we live in an apartment in NYC!

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