Most of the family just left. My daughter, her best friend, and the friend's baby are still here. It's starting to feel calm now.
We had both our sons, our daughter-in-law, and three grandkids for several hours. There was so much food that we're all stuffed. Leftovers abound for tomorrow.
If you're not an introvert you'll never understand, but we can be good in crowds. It's easier when you have familiarity with those in the crowd. There comes a time when you need the silence to recharge your batteries. That's where I am right now.
Christmas was wonderful, and everyone seemed like they received some very nice gifts. I particularly like my new Doc Marten shoes, a stoneware baking pan, and leather card wallet.
As nice as Christmas is, I'm glad to be finished with it. I enjoy a day or two of Christmas music, but over two months gets to be a little much. Maybe now we can retire the Hallmark Channel for another year. I won't miss all those advertisements that indicate everyone else is getting diamonds and automobiles for Christmas, and therefore I'm a slacker.
We've had cartoons on all day for the grandkids. I may need to watch some chainsaw massacres to balance my emotions out.
The Lisa & Bunny Christmas card post was well received. I may have to consider another one next year.
I don't know if I can steal any editing or writing time tomorrow, but I'd like to. How did Santa Claus treat everyone in Blogland?