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Monthly Archives: December 2015
You know how some years are better than other years? Well, despite a bit of greatness for 2015, this year just wasn’t my favorite year. But first—the greatness! Honestly, I cannot complain about this Christmas. It was great! The kids … Continue reading
Oy Vey! I thought I ran out of stuff to write because I’m running chaotic with last minute preps. But no. Last night I was up till past 1:00 AM watching retro Christmas Shows. Do you have the channel “Get … Continue reading
One thing I need to set straight with you my friends. No matter how organized I think I may be—or appear to be; no matter how many lists or timelines I create; no matter how ahead I think I may … Continue reading
This may also be my shortest post of the year too! Why? You ask! Because after today, the days get longer!!! Yeah! It’s the best way of looking at the shortest day of the year. Oh. And yes. The first … Continue reading
T’was the week before Christmas At Bonaparte Chateau The crooked tree’s lights Gave ethereal glow Some holiday stress was to be my condition As I thought of my blog Do I write of tradition? I’ll write of egg nog and … Continue reading
Due to the chaos of the Holiday season—what with shopping, baking, cleaning (ugh), and watching all those Christmas movies, I managed to catch up on fellow bloggers’ posts. One of the blogs I enjoy, Kaboodlemum posted about her “Winter Blues” And … Continue reading
I am witness to a wonderful miracle and it would not have happened had we not made the journey to Bethlehem to seek a star. We were on a mission to follow the great star! One of my favorite Christmas … Continue reading
Happy Sunday everyone. With all the baking and running around and wrapping gifts and everything else that goes on as the clock to Christmas tick tocks away, I was notified of a repost of a little article I wrote for … Continue reading
For most of us, the time leading up to Christmas is spent trying to deal with the crowds and mayhem at the mall. Long lines at the cashier. Pushing and shoving. Cursing the driver that snuck into the parking space … Continue reading