Saturday, December 27, 2008

What Makes It Worth It!

Hello Everyone, I hope everyone had a wonderful Christmas. We did! The Latham's started Christmas Eve at church, then over to our good friends for Christmas Eve dinner and finally we headed home to get to bed before Santa showed up.

Christmas morning came early when Scott got up at 6:00 am. The kids were all up fairly soon after Scott had surveyed the Santa presents.

Tammy's parents showed up around 8:30 and we had a great day opening presents, watching snow fall, playing games, eating ham, and just enjoying everyone.

As I reflect on the past year I have so much to be thankful for but I am most thankful for my beautiful wife, Tammy, and my three awesome kids, Craig - 13, Hannah - 11, and Scott - 9.

I just wanted to let everyone know that I am hoping that 2009 holds wonderful experiences for you and yours and I wish everyone happiness and success in the coming year.

Happy New!

Thanks for checking in,

Gary
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4 comments:

Marianne said...

Gary and Tammy,

I am glad you had great holiday together. I hope 2009 is a great year for you and your family. We look forward to hearing how healthy Gary gets in 2009.
Your "old" Hillcrescent neighbors.
Andrew, Marianne, Alex, Geoff and Amanda.

gail said...

Gary and Tammy...we wish you a wonderful and healthy New Year....you guys are always in our prayers and thoughts...Gary, thanks for your blog...it is a great way to keep in touch with your progress....all our best...lv~ gail and Tim

anne said...

hi guys
sounds like you had a wonderful christmas. no shoveling for gary!!! now behave yourself!! keep pluggin - you're doing great. lots or prayers coming from all over the country for you guys and it sounds like you have terrific friends there to help out in any way they can. great people deserve great friends..right! always thinking of you. love, anne & chip rewey

Fran said...

A Healthy & Joyous New Year for the entire Latham clan! I appreciate keeping up with your progress. You are always in our thoughts and prayers. Fran