Best wishes for a blessed and happy New Year!!
This stack has been collecting and waiting for someone to have a free moment to catch a breath, make a cup of coffee, grab a piece of yummy shortbread from a cookie exchange and sit down. Not at the sewing machine, or work table, or ironing board, for I have become quite familiar with those places over the last three months. But actually in a comfy chair and look, however briefly, at some holiday inspiration.
And just as school is winding down for this calendar year, our personal calendar is filling up with church choir rehersals, a Christmas Tea party, gingerbread house decorating with cousins, plans for indoor rock climbing and mini golf, and surely some crafting and sledding. Ooooh, and some more baking.
What are your holiday plans?
I am so very excited to be participating in the very first Freeman Elementary School Holiday Shop Craft Show. Located at the school, you can shop this Friday, December 10 from 3pm until 7pm and Saturday, December 11 from 9am until 4pm. There will be lots of handmade goodness and holiday cheer to share so stop in and visit. There is no admission fee and the show is open to the public. Hope to see you!
Yes, it is December and that is snow on the roof of the house next door. And those are the last of our garden grown tomatoes. Of course they were picked about a month ago, at the end of a pretty long growing season this year. They were hard and green then. I’ve never brought them in that early to ripen completely on the windowsill. Usually I bring them in when they need just a day or two to ripen.
Until next year then, dear tomatoes.