Christmas in Dixie- Part Three

L and Pop! (her great grandaddy)


Aunt Miriam is funny.


We were very sad that my Grinny passed away the day after Christmas, but at her funeral we celebrated a life filled with love and caring for others. Her church fed our family a wonderful meal (enough for maybe a hundred people, with tons of delicious looking deserts). We were able to see family that we had not seen in a long time. Most of them had not seen L.

Sandy took this opportunity to give me some tiny horns.


L joins Popsy in his favorite spot.


L connects with her roots and heritage.


Wintry weather in Mississippi


Our only nephew is a year old now and wonders if there are any more gifts.


Great grandma Sanderson is a comfy place to lay back and enjoy Christmas.


We just wanted to thank all of our families for making our Christmas holiday so special. It is not easy being so far away from all of you, but we were blessed to celebrate our Savior and His birth with ya'll. Thanks for cooking for us, showering us with presents, and loving our little one so much. We love ya'll! Come see us soon.

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  1. OMG! Laurel is a bulldog! Can she grow up and move here for college? She can live with Aunt Sheri, and I'll set her up with Will! Ha!

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  2. i will also have to post the lil' southern miss fan t-shirt she sported from her aunt amy

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  3. It looks like you guys had a great time! I miss you Jana what are you up to these days?

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