Happy Holidays to all of you! I wish we could all have some variation of that scene on the left, and some have more of it than others this year.
I’m so happy, my mom is here with me at my house until after the New Year, and that is a wonderful thing. We’ll go to early Christmas Eve Mass, I’ll bake my Christmas Lasagna that night, refrigerate overnight and then take it out for warming at my sister’s house. One of her daughter’s is not bringing her family because they have been doing a lot of high school sports and traveling and have been exposed. For them, it’s okay, but they want to protect us oldsters. We’ll miss them.
So we’ll eat lasagna and ham and share the Christmas PieCaken (pie, cake, it sounds ridiculous and delicious) and Nothing But Bundt cake we had other people make for us. I’ll probably wear MFK BR540, best guess?
I hope all of you have a lovely holiday. It is each one of you that keeps us all here writing and reading your comments. You have become an important part of our virtual family. The names are sometimes the same for years, and then there are new people, and it just makes it a perfect blend of familiar and new.
All my love from my house to yours.