Friday, December 25, 2020

The Letter "Z" -- Weekend Roundup and Reflections

Merry Christmas

Churchmouse Christmas Tree 

Found in the side door lobby of our church, 2nd Baptist Houston, 1463 Campus, Katy/Fulshear, Texas.
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The fifty-second issue this week of my WEEKEND ROUNDUP postings and ... (THE TWENTY-SIXTH LETTER FOR THIS SERIES) - the Letter "Z" Prompts are: (A) Starts with the Letter "Z"; (B) "Christmas" (Tom's Choice); (C) A Red and Green Favorite; (D) Reflections; and (E) A Lagniappe.    
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(A) Starts with "Z":  "Zoom" starts with "Z".  We do lots of Zooming now with all the shut-in time we have.  Even our Sunday morning Church Bible class is on Zoom if we don't wish to come in.  We are one mile from our  church  were I found this tree in a back door entrance lobby.  

(B) "Christmas" (Tom's Choice):   Christmas Bells on our front door.

(C) A Red and Green Favorite:  This Red and Green Nutcracker Soldier guards our daughter's entrance way haul.  It has a twin on the other end of the hallway table.

(D) Reflections:  Our neighbor drives this car parked along their curb.  Love Rear View Mirror Pictures.

(E.1) A Lagniappe:  A cute little trailer where Santa can rest.  Found on a neighborhood drive last night looking at outside decorations. 

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(E.2) A Lagniappe:   We had breakfast with our older daughter and family.  Before we ate brunch (??) we opened presents.   Here is our youngest grandkid getting used to her new hover board.  Towards the end of the video you can see the two Red and Green nutcracker soldiers.  

And a picture of our youngest grandaughter and a great-grandson who is part owner of this nice backyard slide.  [
Click on most any photo for a larger view.  Most if you click again will get a supersize.

(E.3) A LagniappeMrs. Jim with our Christmas Brunch, scrambled eggs, bacon, pancakes, croissants, and a latte.
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Bonus Questions:

(1)  What did you have for a Christmas Breakfast?  Did it meet your expectations?"   Yes, of course it did, my daughter and SIL cooked it.

(2) What is your favorite Word with an  "Z"?  Mine today will be "Zero'", I only once gave a student a Zero on a paper and he was given a chance to rewrite two papers to make it a passing grade.  I have flunked a few students.

My going blogs:

Jim's Little Blog,

Jim's Little Photo and Picture Place,

Jim's little Christmas tree farm,, and  

Ask Dr. Jim (blog),

(3) Anything else here you would like to tell about?   

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 Fine print stuff: 

 - [Click on any picture for larger, click it again for extra large]

 - I am linked with Tom of "Backwoods Travel" (Link here to click for Tom's Weekend Reviews

 - I am also linked this week with James of "Weekend Reflections" (click here for his Reflections Photos).

 - The pictures mostly are all mine and rights are reserved to me under Copyright Law.

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