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Sunday, December 2, 2012

'Tis the Season

It's time to leave my mini studio in the so-called "sunny house", and head back up north, where winter weather and and the holiday season collide in the best possible way. If they culminate in a white Christmas, then all is well with my inner child. I consider a month away without my furry child, and all the other beloved family members to be long enough. I start longing for the proximity of same city visits and updates on all things grand and growing - as in our seven little dwarfs - soon to be off to university.
In addition to the usual holiday preparations I was able to accomplish down south, I managed to do some canning with tomatoes that came straight out of the fields near Palmetto- thanks to some generous friends in the business. The suitcases are full enough, but I'll try to fit in a few jars of this family favorite recipe - a sauce that is the perfect complement to turkey. Back to the packing and countdown - just one more sleep ....
                                                                                           




6 comments:

  1. Have a safe journey, dear friend...
    My inner child needs snow at this time of year as well!
    Sounds like it will be a magical reunion..wishing you the best...
    Love and light,
    - Irina

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  2. Your inner child remembers all of the magic and engages in Christmas creativity . She dances knowing every move and she sings long after everyone has gone to sleep.

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  3. Sending hugs...
    Love those sweet little Rudolphs!
    (That's my dad's name, actually!)
    Namaste,
    - Irina

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  4. Christmas Eve is the most beautiful evening of the year.Snowfakes and song- magical memories....Baby Jesus and little lambs and the sweetest love celebrated and remembered and gazing at the sleeping babys face....

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