Hi everyone. I hope you are enjoying the Season of Christmas. I’ve pleasantly surprised myself by having all my gifts finished by last Friday. I still have to wrap a couple of them. However, everything is taken care of. 🙂

We’ve been enjoying Christmas concerts, Christmas Nativity displays, Christmas carols, Christmas plays, early Christmas gifts, Christmas baking, and especially, our friends and family. Thanks everyone! We love you all!

In case you hadn’t guessed, I’m one of those people who loves Christmas. I realize it isn’t the best time of year for a lot of people, and my heart goes out to them. But for me, I’m happy to have something positive to celebrate in the middle of the long dark nights we have here in Canada’s winter.

This year we will be celebrating Christmas with friends over a traditional Korean meal of Jukejang (Hot and Spicy Beef Soup) and Bossom (Spicy Pork and Vegetables). We are also making Sweet Potatoes with Almond Syrup (the Korean name escapes me), and we plan on making a variety of vegetable side dishes called Namul. We have two different styles of kimchi, plus Daanmuji (a spicy pickled radish). I think, after all that spicy food, which will be served with lots of rice, we will simply have fresh fruit for dessert.

Our entertainment is games all day. In the evening more people will join us and we will have more games and fun. Some people will stay overnight and we plan to carry festivities into Boxing Day.

Creatively, I did do a lot of knitting in December, but as it is mostly gifts, I can’t show you photos till after Christmas. 🙂

I also posted some fibre bundles for sale on my website store. I didn’t accomplished near as much as I hoped because I was having too much fun with family, friends, and Christmas. Sorry to my shoppers, but honestly, family and friends come first for me. If you see anything in my online shop you want, and you’re nearby, give me a shout or email and we can arrange a time for you to come visit and look through my boxes of fibre. Nothing like a move to make you realize how much fibre you have!

I’ve pulled out an original hooked rug pattern to work on in the new year. After a year’s break from actual rug hooking I cannot stand it anymore. I have to unpack stuff to hook. Sorry Honey! My cutter is next to find and unpack. Living out of boxes is no fun, and we’ve been doing it since February 2018.

I sincerely hope this post finds people in a good place emotionally, spiritually, mentally, and physically for Christmas. May there be peace wherever you are, and may the true meaning of Christmas be in your hearts and the faces of those you meet this Christmas season. Many hugs and best wishes for a very…

Merry Christmas

to one and all.

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