Monday, March 1, 2010

Christmas in Georgia

Harrison I got to go home for Christmas this year, which is a huge treat! We love being with family and can’t imagine being away from them at Christmas time. We left for a 16 day trip, where we were never staying more than 3 days in one place! So, it wasn’t really relaxing, but it was a lot of fun. We started out in Covington with my family, but made a very short trip to Savannah to see Harrison’s parents. The boys went shooting, while the girls went shopping and the next thing we knew it was time to go back to Covington. On Christmas day we traveled to Virginia (a Raynor tradition) to be with my mom’s family. Luckily we got to see snow, which was fun. The guys even made huge snowmen! We went shopping and bowling while we were there and then we said “goodbye.” Next, we went to a lake house. This was so that we could have some time as a family – without all of the distractions of hometown life. We really enjoyed this time together, spoiling Karland, playing games, watching movies and building a gingerbread house. We made it home in time to celebrate New Year’s Eve and then Harrison and I flew to St. Louis. This was the last stop before home. We spent some time with the Jobe’s and checked out Harvester Christian Church. We had a lot of fun, but again the visit was very short (oh yeah…and it was freezing there!). Christmas was great, but it took us quite a few weeks to recover from the trip. Here are some pictures!

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