In the spirit of simplicity, this will be my only blog post this month. If you'd like to read more about our Christmas this year, check out my Farmwife at Midlife blog where I've posted today about "Less is Always More" at the holidays. I'm deliberately not going to blog any more this month on any of my three blogs––even if I have to sit on my hands!––to save up time and room for a simple, relaxing holiday––and to spend more time with my family: how, may I ask, do we do that if we're always on the computer? Also, there is a link back to some Christmas cookie recipes on this blog and you can always search In the Pantry (see column at right) for more holiday and food-related blogs from Christmas Past. As this blog is now over six years old, there is plenty of fodder in that department.
Father Christmas visiting Stan Hywet Hall, c. 1940.
[That's my grandmother on the right.]
If you are in the Akron, Ohio area this season you can visit this
historic manor during the holidays and enjoy their decorated Tudor Revival-era
rooms and beautifully lit grounds. Click here for more information.
Blessings to you and your family this holiday season, and always,
|My father, left, admiring the Yule Log in the Great Hall of Stan Hywet Hall, c. 1940.|