Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Merry, Merry, Happy, Happy!!

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas and most joyful New Year!


Christmas 1968 at Grandma's house in Catonsville, Maryland. That's me, age 5, in the homemade apron, along with my parents and big sister Jean.

I'm taking a little holiday blog break, but will be back bright and early in the New Year!!

Until then, much love, good wishes, and peace. xo Victoria

14 comments:

kelly said...

All of the above back atcha, Victoria. See you in the new year!

High Desert Diva said...

Cute!!!

Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.

T.Allen-Mercado said...

Too cute, you still look the same!

Have a very Merry Christmas and a warm and wonderful New Year.

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Hey Harriet said...

So cute!!! Hope you had a lovely Christmas and I hope Mo is doing ok.

Enjoy your bloggy break and see you in the New Year. And a very happy New Year to you! xo

My Ladies Fine Designs said...

What FUN !!
We're both in the same treasury on etsy, so I click on your etsy shop. SO CUTE, LOVE IT!!
Click on your sold items, fun!! Recognize your work from my favorite art magazines!!!!! Very cool
Happy New Year, I look forward to seeing what you create in 2009.
Kel

bunzi said...

so cute1 merry christmas!

nicolette said...

What a sweet picture! I hope you had a wonderful Christmas and are doing fine!

please sir said...

You know I love that photo! I hope you had a wonderful holiday!

Mrs.French said...

thinking of you and yours my dear...more than you know. xo t

Amy C said...

oh my gosh that is the sweetest photograph of you in the adorable little apron.
Happy Happy 09!

jacquie said...

merry merry to you and yours too! have a great start to the new year.

sweetmaggiemay said...

what a cute pic!!! you haven't changed a bit!!!!

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