Archive for December, 2008
Our famous Christmas eve dinner featuring ham, corn, rice, greek salad, and greek bread, along with Coke and apple-mango sparkling cider. Delicious and original!
It was our first Christmas in Greensboro. We missed seeing both our families (and we also missed going here), but we still had a wonderful day. Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night!
We’re finally done with all of our holiday concerts and we both have the next few days off. It feels wonderful to relax a little.
This weekend Gina’s parents and Oma came to celebrate Christmas. They brought tons and tons of gifts which made the tree look very festive.
On Sunday morning we feasted on Gina’s famous breakfast casserole. Bella made herself comfortable while presents were opened. And Oma looked very cute in her new puffy coat.
On Saturday morning we had a recital for our 4 piano students. We didn’t get any pictures during the recital because we were running around, but it was a big success. Our students were great little performers and they played beautifully.
We filled the living room with chairs and moved the piano so that the parents could see their kids’ hands.
It was short and sweet! After everyone played, which took 10 minutes, we had a little reception.
The Christmas tree is up! We got an awesome deal on a tree at Home Depot. Anyone who hasn’t gotten a tree yet, 20 bucks.