Monday, December 12, 2011

Christmas in the Village



We live in a very quaint little Village, complete with main street, library, post office and town hall. They are big on celebrations here. For Halloween they closed down the street and had all the shops open booths. For Independence day they do a huge parade. And for Christmas, a tree lighting. Main street is a short walk from our house, so we went to check out the festivities, complete with the high school choir and band and Santa's arrival in...get this...a FIRE TRUCK!

We invited some friends to come along for the fun. The girls thought it was a kick and us grown-up's enjoyed the walk on a cool December evening. Mrs. Clause was there passing out candy canes along with an elf (in Nikes) There are some benefits to living the small town life.


3 comments:

Denise said...

This looks like fun....you really have the best of both worlds right now...trying to stay positive :-). You've got small town and huge town things to do. And, sheesh, I can hardly recognize Annabelle.

Honeycutt Family said...

I remember Santa riding around our neighborhood (a tiny little town and an even tinier street) on Christmas Eve on a fire truck. We would wave from the front porch and I have a picture of him with me, my brother, aunt, and grandfather on our porch--I guess in small towns they do that sort of thing! So fun!

Denise said...

I just looked at Annabelle again and in this picture it's like looking at Matthew when he was little...totally, wow!!