Every year we go to the Crib of the Nativity in Eden Park. It has been a tradition in Cincinnati since 1939. It has had over 3 million visitors. We like to go on Christmas Eve.
See the sheep on the hillside.
Where are the sheperds?
With its hand-hewn beams and thatched roof, the creche is a historical representation of the first Christmas.
Live animals grace the grounds, while life-size waxen figures in handmade garments add a measure of realism to this depiction of the birth of Jesus.
Lee and I, Sweet William The Scot, can not say it any better than this wooden sign says what we wish for you this holiday.
Maybe we will travel home on this cart.
Look at just some of the wonderful cards I got from you dogs & cats.
I got my box from my Santa Paws Exchange. It came from Chloe, she is not feeling real good now so please send her the power of our crossed paws. I get to open the box tomorrow.
Lee usually reads The Night Before Christmas to me before we snuggle into bed, but this year because I am now a big boy, I am going to read it to her.
Merry Christmas to all and to all a good night.
Sweet William The Scot
Oops, I almost forgot to put cookies and milk under the tree for Santa.