No, that wasn't everyone. When we're at a full contingent, we're at 26 in immediateish family (including Jeff's mom).
So there was more food and visiting and a Dirty Santa gift exchange and half the crew left, and then more visiting, and then the board games came out, and then I realized that I needed to run back into town to check on the cats that I'm sitting for a friend of mine. 45 minutes later or so, I was home, and more folks left, and Hope and Faith and Andrew and I played games until I was falling asleep at the kitchen table.
(Did I sleep well once I was in the bed? Of course not.)
This morning, we got up and showers and coffee and cooked breakfast, and braved J. C. Penny and Target in search of sales for needed clothing items (neither one was too bad, actually) and picked up Dominoes for lunch, and did Scrabble, and I feel face forward into a nap. I got some computer games installed on mom's computer for her, and then there was a game night, and then it was time to pack up and come home, by way of the cat-sitting. Our kittens seem happy to see me.
It was a lovely, lovely Christmas.
1. Mom likes to play Santa Claus.