Christmas has come and gone and what a great day it was! Christmas eve my family and I went to Midnight Candlelight Service at St. Peter's. It was a beautiful service. We got up Christmas Day at 7:30 a.m., opened our stockings which were full of absolutely nutritious CANDY. Nutritious?! Not really, but yummy anyway. Plus my stocking also had hair accessories, lotions and other fabulous goodies. We had a nutritious breakfast of ham and eggs before we started opening gifts. It seemed to take forever for everyone to finish breakfast, but the important thing was to eat before opening presents. I got spoiled with new videos and clothing and accessories and cool dancing and singing penguins. I made a lapghan for Mom this Christmas and a knitted vest for Dad. I also made a felt snowman for my brother that had the chef's hat and gingerbread man and candy cane in the pockets. I made crochet covers for some Christmas ornaments that I gave to my brother as well. We had a scrumptious turkey dinner with all the trimmings which tasted absolutely delicious. And as soon as lunch was over, my mind started spinning on everything that I wanted to start working on for the new year. AAAAAAH! Too much, too fast. Then I sat down and started working on a cross-stitch lapghan and completed two sections. It's the most I've completed in six months. It's actually starting to look pretty good - if I do say so myself. We then relaxed the rest of the afternoon and evening watching new videos. Well, then if that day wasn't excellent enough, my brother and Mom got up yesterday and baked cookies. The smell of spices permeated the house. It was incredible. To all, I wish you a happy and memorable holiday season and a healthy and prosperous New Year.
Talk to y'all later.