Larry.s Creative Zone

Larry.s Creative Zone

Thursday, December 23, 2010

The real Radko..........

A correction to the incorrect......
I use to say that I lied about something, expressing that I said the wrong thing.  My wife told me not to  call myself a liar when I really am either confused or misinformed.

I blogged somewhere among my different blogs that the above soldier was my Radko purchase.  I see now that the one on the right is the real Radko.  They both are soldiers but as you can see they don't look a thing alike.  The one above is smaller than the one at right and I guess it does all blur together when you over collect ornaments.

The last of the frame jobs left today and we sent out a couple dozen Christmas cards. Della and I sat down and hit the pile in an hour. We don't hear from a lot of the people except this time of the year. My brothers live in Arizona and California and their kids have scattered. We only see them at funerals.

The trees are all up and the few presents to be wrapped will happen tomorrow. We will go to Christmas Eve services if the weather holds out. The county above us is already in a winter weather advisory so we may not make it.

If you don't read my next blog tomorrow I will wish you a very Merry Christmas. It is my pleasure to know you all and thank you for your unconditional friendship. I wish you all well for the new year.


Anonymous said...

Good evening Larry, I love both the ornaments. You and Della have such a nice collection of unique and special ornaments. I hope you will not get the real bad weather. It has been my pleasure to visit your blog this past year and I wish you both a Merry Christmas. I love your mugs for tea pictured on the sidebar. Praying that God will richly bless you both in the New Year. Mildred & John

Alan Burnett said...

Happy Christmas to you and your family Larry. I have thoroughly enjoyed following your blogs during 2010 and look forward to many more fascinating posts in the coming year.

Vivian said...

Merry Christmas, Larry, to you and yours. I am a big fan of the nutcracker and love the ballet by Tchaikovsky. I love both of your nutcrackers and your story to go along with it. Even though I don't always have the time to comment on your blogs, I do enjoy them. Hope you don't get too much snow.
Have a blessed new year!


The Retired One said...

I hope you and your family have a blessed Christmas too, Larry....and a wonderful 2011!!!