…with no political meaning whatsoever. Whether your faith tradition celebrates holy days this time of year or you’re just getting a welcome respite from the routine, I hope your days are blessed with love, laughter, good food, fun, family, and friends.
I’ll be cooking my first Christmas dinner on my own this year. Wonderful husband is smoking a turkey and a couple of pork tenderloins, and my mother-in-law will bring fabulous desserts, but I’m tackling the dressing, sweet potatoes, et al, by myself. My parents won’t be able to come over this year; the chemo is really wearing Daddy down, so we’ll go see them early next week. I’m used to my mother taking over the kitchen when they visit, but this year it’s time to step up and be an adult (at 46).
Pam (of Pam’s House Blend) and Kate will be visiting Birmingham after Christmas, and I’m hoping we get the chance to meet in the real world.
May the new year bring us all good health, happiness, and lots of interesting stories to blog.