Over the years as the kids have gone to other states and finances have become smaller we've pretty much ignored Christmas. We buy for the kids and then send off the packages and then we share a quiet meal at home after phone calls. We don't exchange gifts because seriously there isn't anything we really need.
We do get a present for Maggie. She gets so excited. This year it was a stuffed sheep and a bone in a bag. She was so happy she ran around the house with the whole bag in her mouth.
She eventually got it open and is now inseparable from her sheep.
(Note her Christmas bandanna. She has one for all occasions and loves them.)
Doug did a standing rib roast on the grill. It was fantastic. He likes me to take photos of his masterpieces.
I didn't notice until I downloaded this one that his Goofy coffee cup was in the background.
I've been trying to find time to put together a Remains of the Day journal for 2014 and
since Doug was watching a movie I sewed.
I love making these and using them. I made them for the kids, too.
The inside front cover with a little calender I found on line. I couldn't figure out how to
attach it so it just fits in a pocket.
A couple of the scrappy inside pages.
Yes. A nice day. No stress and good food. Who could ask for more?
Write about your special memories of this holiday season.
Do you have special homemade ornaments?
Do you prefer an e-reader or a real book?
Write about a special pet memory.
Which would you choose? Gingerbread Latte, Peppermint Mocha or Caramel Brulee Latte?
Do you enjoy crossword puzzles?
Write about trees.
I'm not planning on continuing this series in the New Year. I have other ideas.