I guess before I can start planning Christmas 2011, I need to finish wrapping up Christmas 2010! One of the extended family traditions is to forego presents and spend time together on a cruise every few years. It’s a great tradition! However, this time our vacation was stuck between house-hunting trips so I never got around to posting the pictures. Now we’re in the middle of the actual move, but thanks to Blogger’s scheduling feature, you can still have a Rudolph Day post. We’ve discovered that a cruise truly is a vacation – no cooking, no cleaning, no interruptions, lots of reading and relaxing. I highly recommend it. And the scenery is gorgeous, a beautiful reminder of the wonderful world created just for us.
Rudolph Day – Rest and Relaxation
Don’t forget the food! As usual, it was gorgeous and delicious, giving us the temptation to eat way too much. We tried to be sensible, but still had to increase the exercise time once we got home!
Of course the best part of the trip was spending time with family, and particularly my wonderful husband. Fortunately, you don’t have to travel to exotic places for that to happen. I can enjoy the wonder and message of Christmas year-round in my own home. I hope you do too. Happy Rudolph Day!!