A Merry Christmas is coming,
and I'd best get my ' busy' on.
Fall has come and gone when I wasn't looking,
Snow is making a spectacle of itself,
rather well at the cabin, our promise place of
peace, quiet, and calming.
The tree is up, decorated and being enjoyed.
Can you believe it took me a couple days to hang
ornaments and hide a traditional Christmas pickle.
I know, but it's a German tradition in our home.
Logs of creamy, melt-in-your-mouth fudge have been cut and boxed, ready for the trip they will be taking as~
our first Christmas celebrating will be with our daughter and her family. Everyone else, our boys and their families will meet us there for fun, food and games. There are always games., board games, snow games, who can hug Grandma most gently games and Scrabble, of course. This Grandma can't wait.
I also am anxious to do some cavity-craving therapy. I have been getting feedback on who's bringing what so I know my sweet tooth will be more than pleased. Remind me to make a dentist appointment when we return and to check my blood sugars and cholesterol. These treats could do a person in....yikes !
All of the goodies will be the bonus of our weekend. The most important thing for us to remember about Christmas, is that True Love was born in a Stable.
(Thanks to a dear friend who sent us that perfect saying to remind us of the reason for the season.)
So, until we can get back to the comfort and warmth of our Cabin in the Wood, we wish you most joyful
preparations for Christmas.
My entries have been few and far between lately, but I still do some blog reading, just not commenting much at the moment. Thank You for your patience with me.
So, until next time or year,
I wish you love and happiness
and Christmas Joy all year round.