There was a time—a long, long time ago—when I used to get home from Wherever, and rush over to the computer.
I’ve always wanted to make an outdoor Christmas arrangement of evergreens and I finally did.
The temperature is hovering around zero Celsius and it’s sunny. It snowed a few days ago and there’s still snow on the ground so, it looks like we will have a White Christmas.
Last Saturday, some of the “Write Chicks” had a Christmas party. We had a potluck lunch, a Secret Santa gift exchange, and two contests: Best Holiday Outfit, and Ugliest Sweater.
This year, Netflix produced “The Christmas Chronicles” and it’s the best holiday movie I’ve seen in a long time.
A child’s artwork, particularly a very young child’s artwork, can make a great Christmas gift.
My sons and their families were at our house last night to celebrate Christmas Eve with our traditional “Deli Night”.
The weather office brings good news, telling us the extreme cold will let up on Sunday.
Yesterday, on December 24, our first grandchild was born.
I have always wanted to make wine—or at least, I thought I did. What I really wanted to do was design the label.
Last Saturday, I fetched Christmas with Ryan and Liz. We didn’t have a donkey so we drove in their 4×4 truck over the snowy roads into the forest. We didn’t take an axe. Instead, my son brought a small saw.
Here are 10 of my favourite Christmas quotes. Do you have any favourites that sum up the season for you?
In all the hustle and bustle of pre-Xmas, stop and laugh whenever possible.
The movie was made in 1945, a time of rotary phones and lots of smoking. Patients even smoked in the hospital, but only the men. Funny how those things stand out now.
Last Saturday, after a pizza lunch, we decorated the big spruce tree in front of the house. We bought 800 lights at Costco, and then our son Ryan brought over his crane.
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