Christmas Eve Dinner 2004

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The following archived pixs were taken Christmas Eve, December 24, 2004 documenting our annual Christmas Eve dinner with family and friends.   

The past few days with some down time on my hand; e.g., yard work has slacked off and my archery hunting is in a slow stage as well, I went through archived CDs and DVDs of some of our annual events from the past that wasn't web published.  There is nothing like having family and friends sharing good food and making wonderful memories that last a life time.  As I have posted many, many times of this website, "Two of the Greatest Ships that ever Sailed, Friendship and Fellowship."   

One of our favorite meats at our events is my deep fried turkey and my bride's ole timey cornbread dressing.  I added a couple orange can chickens aka beer can chicken baked on the gas grill and as with the other food items, they didn't last too long. 

When viewing the pixs I have posted, look in your internet browser bar and it will have the file name listed of which I added information as to who is in the picture when you open and view the picture.  I will start with some pixs of the "vittles" and the balance of pixs should be in alphabetical  order except where I try and keep the vertical format pixs together and the horizontal pixs together.

Before loading our plates up at the serving island, we start off with a prayer to our Lord Jesus Christ, giving thanks for his many blessings and then get our food and find a location to enjoy it.


Attending this year, were Ann and Bill Porter aka Mom and Pop, Allen and Betty Jo Porter, Jason and Monika Kearns and their daughter, Frankie and Bett Cranford and two Grandsons, Cris and Lisa Cranford and their daughter, Laura Porter and Robert Hough, Clara Lowry and one of her care givers Judy Farmer.

Click on the below thumbnail pixs for a larger screen view:

I am sure we had outside Christmas decor up but have not located a CD with pixs of them but will keep looking.

In closing, we had a wonderful dinner and everyone enjoyed the food and fellowship.

Open this link for KJV Bible Scriptures concerning the Birth of Jesus.  Without Christ there would be no Christmas.  Jesus is the Reason for the Season.

Web published by Bill aka Mickey Porter on 10-11-16.

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