Wishing you all a Very Merry Christmas.
Our family always gets together and celebrates Christmas on Christmas Eve. The only thing missing this year was our third offspring; daughter, son-in-law, and our three grandchildren (ages 4-10). My son-in-law is presently stationed at Fort Sam Houston, San Antonio, Texas. So, that left my oldest daughter, her husband, and three children (ages 9-15), my "middle" daughter and her significant other, and my son, and my 89 yr. old mother, and oh yeah, my husband celebrating our Christmas Eve.
Always lots of food and lots of laughter.
My husband is currently busy in the kitchen (I see 2 Pots on the stove) cooking up something to use the leftover veggies from last night. It's not like we don't have enough leftovers to eat today (even after I send food home with everyone) he has to create more leftovers? I have to confess though, he is the "main" cook here in this household. He really cooks like a master chef..........you name it, he can make it.
I have to share a funny here; my daughters will call me and ask a cooking question, which I usually have to turn it over to my husband to answer for them. LOL When I occasionally cook a meal my family doesn't believe that I did it! But, I am a master at Beef Stroganoff, and this is usually a birthday request from my oldest daughter, her husband, and their oldest son. I am 2 behind in this. (I have to note this for my New Year's to do list) I don't like the NY's Resolution thing, so I make a To Do List. This way I don't feel like such a failure if I flub up on my "goals".....
Maybe sometime later today I will finally be able to post what I have been busy making in my craft room this last month.
So, again, for those who celebrate, Have A Very Merry Christmas from me to you:)
Okay, it is now COOKIE TIME...............