Saturday, December 19, 2009

MERRY CHRISTMAS AND HAPPY HOLIDAYS & (Thanks Sara for the traditional “Meatless Thursday Meal”)

CHRISTMASBEARS

xmaslights

CHRISTMASBEARS-11

decorationcollage

The second photo from top are of a few of the decorations at my sister Sara’s house. She and her husband Larry invited us over for the traditional “Meatless Thursday” meal. Linda and I didn’t go away hungry.

From Joe Todd, Linda, Teddy Bears and the Snowmen--- Happy Holidays--

10 comments:

Betsy from Tennessee said...

Hi Joe, I love all of your Christmas babies... I posted some of ours today also. Beautiful Christmas pictures...

Now--explain what and why is Meatless Thursday??? I have heard of Catholics not eating meat on Fridays--but have never heard of Meatless Thursdays.


Got snow??? We got a tiny bit during the night --but it's gone now.
Betsy

Sallie (FullTime-Life) said...

Joe? Joe's sister? The pictures are adorable, but where's the meatless Thursday menu? ;>)

Linda (PA_shutterbug) said...

I like the stuffed animals in front of the Christmas tree; the outside decorations are pretty too.

SJ said...

i always like the carrot nose

A smile from SJ =)

wenn said...

wow..lovely..merry xmas..

SquirrelQueen said...

I love all the Christmas decorations. My favorites are those cute little snowmen. I want to hear the menu too.

Merry Christmas,
Judy

Small City Scenes said...

love the collages---they are very good and interesting too. Love the snowbabies too. MB

JOE TODD said...

Ok I'll confess I'm "pulling my sisters leg" Being the "good brother" that I am I couldn't let this pass. Sara made a chicken and rice casserole the other night and invited us over for dinner, but forgot to put the chicken in. Hence meatless. Actually the pre-cooked chicken was in a seperate pkg. still in the refrigerator.Sara being the excellent cook that she is served a delicious meal.The casserole was just fine without the chicken. I was just thinking this would be a good tradition to start. So for next year Linda and I will be cooking for our "Meatless Thursday" the week prior to Christmas. So, as Paul Harvey always said, "And now you know the rest of the story."

Sara said...

I really appreciate your kindness in describing my meatless meal. I've had many laughs over this. Well, if you think that was something, wait until Christmas dinner!!

Tony Letts said...

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas ;)