Christmas Eve

I hope you’re all celebrating with loved ones tonight.

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We had supper at Becky’s in Forest City – Jenny and Ryan are home.

Our girls had to stay home but Becky had presents for them. This is what happened when we got home with the squeaky toys.

Can you almost hear the barking?

Have a blessed Christmas Eve and Christmas Day remembering to be thankful for God’s greatest gift, His Son, Jesus Christ.

Merry Christmas from the Country Threads Blog!

55 thoughts on “Christmas Eve

  1. Pat Smith

    A blessed Christmas to all, to Mary who writes this blog, and to all the participants whose thoughtful comments I look forward to each time it arrives.

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  2. Donna O St Paul Mn

    Mary your window with all the lights & your tree are so pretty. “Merry Christmas” and thank you for your interesting blog. I always enjoy when they arrive.

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  3. Beryl Hoff

    Merry Christmas from Montana. It is a white Christmas here and 15 degrees right now with a bright moon shining on the new snow!

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  4. Arrowhead Gramma

    Best Christmas Wishes to you and Rick. Appreciate all the time and effort you put into making your blog do enjoyable.

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  5. Bobbie

    Merry Christmas Mary and Rick, have a wonderful Christmas Day, our Lords Birthday is such a wonderful day!
    Love your blog and sharing your life with us.🎄🎄🎄🎄

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  6. Marcia Rocheleau

    It’s so fun to peak in your window tonight! Merry Christmas to you both!
    Thank you for your posts throughout the year, sharing the sites and the stories from around the farm.
    It sounds like we will all be living my n a winter wonderland in just a couple days.
    All the best wishes for a Happy New Year,
    Marcia
    Eagan, MN

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  7. Jo in Wyoming

    To Mary and Rick, Hazel and Telly, and all the critters in the warm barn. From all your friends out west, we wish you a wonderful Christmas Day.
    Thank you for bring a smile when it is needed most.

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  8. jan VanDeWalle

    Merry Christmas and a very Blessed New Year to all ! We spent a lovely Christmas Eve with our children and grandchildren. and two very rambunctious grand dogs. Dry here in this part of Oregon tonight. Will be a quiet day tomorrow, I think.
    Jan in Yamhill, Ore.

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  9. Marilyn

    MERRY CHRISTMAS to you, Rick, ALL the animals, Reed, Becky I can’t name them all but so greatful for ALL the wonderful things of your life that you share with us. The wonderful quilts, adventures, life stories. My heart is so overwhelmed with sadness because I lost my mother last month.

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    1. CountryThreads Post author

      Marilyn – I am so sorry your mom isn’t here to celebrate Christmas with you! It’s been about 6 years since Becky and I lost our mom. NOW we can enjoy those memories and laugh about many of them!

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      1. Lynn

        Marilyn, so sorry about your mom’s passing. The grieving is very hard. I lost my mom in Decembet of 2016, and it is getting better. I wear her winter coat and have gotten some nice compliments.

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  10. Diane in Central Ohio

    Merry Christmas to you and Rick. Thank you for another great year of your blog and all of your interesting family, friends, and much loved pets. Enjoy the day:) Sunny and cold here, but no snow.

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  11. Susan, Dayton, OH

    A wonderful Merry Christmas to you and your family, Mary! P.S. All Desi is wishing for this Christmas is his two front teeth! Ha Ha!!

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  12. Kathy

    There is a gentle fluff of snow falling from above here in western New York this Christmas morning. It’s beautiful. Warmest wishes to you, Mary, and all of you, who continue to share your lives with us. And the squeaky Hamburg toy was one of the favorites of the terrier we had previously.

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  13. Susan in Dayton, OH

    A very Merry Christmas to you and your family, Mary! P.S. Desi wants you to know that all he wants for Christmas is his two front teeth! Ha! Ha!

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  14. Gramapama

    Merry Merry Christmas from Wisconsin! No white Christmas here, but the weather wise guys tell us it’s coming! Four of our 5 kids were here with our 11 grandchildren last night. Happy times, joyful noise, and lots of belly laughs! We’re sleeping in a bit longer this morning. 🎄🐧📯

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  15. Launa

    Merry Christmas, Mary! Happy New Year to all the blog readers! Think we has 18” of snow all total yesterday up here off the grid in Idaho!
    Was so happy the Raiders won last night!

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  16. Leslie

    Oh, outside looking in! What a wonderful picture! Merry Christmas to you all, inside animals and out! Hope your day is wonderful! Bright sunshiny day here- nice!

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  17. Sue Bowles

    Merry Christmas Mary to you and your family! Love your blog and reading about your animals and quilting! So thankful to be celebrating the birth of our Lord!

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  18. Tina W.

    Merry Christmas! We awoke to an inch of snow this morning and it’s still coming down. A white Christmas after all. Thank you for continuing your blog. I look forward to it!
    Tina in Eastern Oregon

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  19. Kathy W.

    Merry Christmas Mary, to you and all the critters! Love your blog – it always brightens my day. Lightly falling snow and a crackling fire made the perfect Christmas Eve here in Montana last night. And today, more snow. Keep warm and safe, and thanks for all the wonderful stories this past year. Your house looks so cozy!

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  20. Janet Snyder

    Jesus, the gift that never stops giving. I love the picture looking from outside into your home. Merry Christmas to you and yours from sunny California.

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  21. Paula Walker

    Merry Christmas Mary! I hope you and Rick had a great day. I see you and Becky in the pictures of your beautiful niece, Jenny. I enjoy reading this blog very much. Thank you for all the extra time and energy you spend posting on the blog. Wishing you a Wonderful New Year!

    Paula in Texas

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