Partridge in a Pear Tree at Buschart Gardens 12 Days of Christmas Lights Display.
As I had stated before I think most of us can agree that this is pretty much Christmas week. Between Christmas and New Years there seems to be ongoing festivities and general good food that continues. But this is when people also start to wonder what (if any) new years resolutions you will be making.
Generally I don’t make resolutions. Goals…sure! But resolution that are made on New Years Eve always end up being let go so much sooner for some reason. This year I have decided I want to make some knitting goals. Having organized my stash I have realized there are quite a few projects that need attending to and it would be great to have some of these off the needles.
Time to contemplate what I want to finish and what I want to start. One thing is for sure – I will be knitting the Sivia Harding Jo’s Pride Hooded Shawl for the Sivia Harding Knit Along in January. Can’t wait! Hope you can join us for that knit along!
It’s almost Christmas! I feel like I’m just getting into the spirit of things with my tree all decorated and the house finally coming together. After all, I did have to decorate the tree twice. It fell on me…so I had to turn it so it wouldn’t do that again…which meant redecorating it. For some reason…second time…not as fun. I want to extend this Christmas feeling for as long as possible! Just love the holiday feeling. AND I love that it’s socially acceptable at this time of year to have Bailey’s in your tea or coffee…in the morning!
So I’m just making it Christmas week next week. I’m sure many of you have lots of family plans and parties that make it Christmas week anyways. So lets just make if official! And have pancakes every morning, Bailey’s with our coffee and endless Christmas movies on the TV.
I want to wish all of you a very Merry Christmas AND a Happy Holiday Season for those who don’t celebrate Christmas. May it be filled with lots of love, happiness and yumminess.