Another amazing sunrise makes getting up worth it.
Of course, red skies in the morning Sailors take warning.
We got snow our first real storm of the year.
We spent the better part of today cleaning up the 10 inches of snow. I know it is a lot of clean up. But oh, how beautiful it is!
I decorated the porch. We are having friends in Christmas eve.
I did not put up our big Christmas tree, but I did try to do a little something in every room.
There was a large conversation online about having a year where you buy no more patterns or wool for hooking. I did do that a couple of years ago and truly need to do that again for the next 5 years. But oh, how I love a new pattern.
And a dear friend sent me a pattern she drew and a couple of pieces of lovely wool for Christmas. I just love him!
And another dear friend sent me her handmade Christmas card with her fun artwork.
I made a loaf of Anadama bread. My hooking buddy Donna passed on her recipe, and it is wonderful!!!!
When we went to Vermont Country Store. I purchased these. I was horrified when I just bought a roll of foil recently, and this seemed like a good idea. So far so good and they clean easily in hot soapy water.
I sat in on a class at The Woolen Pear last Tuesday.
Pam helped me with the sky, and I am very pleased with how it turned out. Now to finish the snow.
I hope Santa finds you all happy and healthy.
We are celebrating with our daughter and family. We missed last year so we are more than excited.