It's Christmas Eve. I guess, over the years, it has become acceptable to refer to the whole day before Christmas Day as Christmas Eve, so I have joined the throngs even though I always want to say Christmas Eve Day. lol
Of course, I wish you a Merry Christmas although I know that this will not likely be read until after Christmas, if then.
We have a New England Village on top of the china cabinet. It's my favourite of the season. So I took a photo and composited it with another photo of mine — stars. It seems like a suitable photo for Christmas Eve and like a suitable facsimile for a Christmas card to you. (You might want to click to see these photos a little bit larger.)
In another version I have added a message. This is the version that I sent with my Christmas Cards, which this year, took the form of emails.
Sometime after I took that photo, we added a neat little gizmo that I feature in the next photo. It's a light bulb that plugs into an regular light socket, but the surface is prismatic, and a little thingamabobie twirls inside. It spins and casts red and green lighting.
I exposed the above photo at .3 seconds to get a bit of a light trail effect. As you can see, the thingamabobie makes for a nice showing in keeping with the season.
Enjoy your holiday one and all.