Beautiful Moments

This weekend was filled with beautiful moments that I spent with family and dear friends that I want to remember and treasure.

Thanksgiving lunch was spent with my mom's side of the family and then off for dinner with my dad's.  What an incredible time spent talking, laughing and just being together.

Then at midnight we met my sister's and her kiddos, along with mine, as we hit black Friday sales.  As the kids have gotten older, it is so much fun to have them join us for these outings. 

Then after the first store, we hit a few others and then treated ourselves to a Chocolate Chip Frappe and enjoyed just talking and watching others shop.  It really gets us in the holiday spirit.
Then Friday morning we were off to the Christmas Tree Farm with my dad's side of the family.  It was a beautiful, crisp day as we all picked out our trees. 

Then headed home to decorate them.  I even got my sweet Mr to help this time too! 

Then Saturday, we enjoyed crafting time with my dear friend and her girls at our Christmas Tea Party. We enjoyed chocolate peanut butter sandwiches, chips and puppy chow. As we ate our chocolate peanut butter sandwiches, it brought back fond memories of Christmas Teas past.

Sunday afternoon we enjoyed resting and watching Christmas movies together as a family.

So many beautiful moments that I want to remember...

(This is my Beautiful Moments Mini Album that is now available at The Scrappy Gourmet.  If you want to see more pictures, click here.)

What are the moments that  you want to remember?


Julie Marie said...

Hi Sheila, I love your pretty memory album... it sounds like you had a wonderful weekend with family and friends... nothing better!... I have to ask though, what is "puppy chow"... of course I know what real puppy chow is... but not any other... xoxo Julie Marie

Tammy said...

Such a gorgeous fat book of wonderful memories! You definitely enjoyed quality family/friend time. Best wishes for a great new week. Tammy

Leah C said...

So many fun time and memories packed into those four special days!! I feel so blessed that we get to share a part of it with you:) Love our Christmas Tea party traditions...especially since we found some chocolate peanut butter again! ;)

Sarah said...

what a lovely memory album! I took Dillon with me for the first time shopping on black Friday. We didn't do the midnight thing, but where at JC Penny's at 6 a.m. He actually really enjoyed the whole shopping experience, the doughnuts from Dunkin Donuts and hanging out with mom.