Merry Christmas, readers one and all. My dearies who have held up under my very random, but Christmas inspired 25 Days of Christmas.
I hope you all have a wonderful day. I’ll be taking a few days off through the weekend to just relax a bit and hopefully write some posts for future dates. I’ve been doing these blog challenges and I love ’em, but man, they require a bit more foresight that I don’t seem to always have. Especially towards the end. I still have a Toolbox post in the works. A Writer’s Path (Ryan, I think) knows what I mean since I commented about his blog and his toolbox… I’m rambling. Anyways, I have ideas in the works. I still need to attempt more flash fiction, but it seems to have escaped me this month. Ironically since I want to write Christmas flash fiction! I had this thought about being snowbound at Christmas, a la Hallmark-y film with the Bing wallpaper that was the other day’s….. I just have ideas I need to work on! Now that I don’t have sewing projects, I might be able to finish or start some writing things.
So, I hope you all are having a great Christmas wherever you are. North, south, east and west.
Just a short post today since it is Christmas Eve and I’m sure we are all traveling somewhere, or are with our friends and family for the holidays. This year it is very quiet for my family and I. We didn’t go to any friend’s house for eggnog and cheer… though we did do it a couple weeks ago and hot buttered rum was the specialty of the day…. That was incredibly good and I’ve since made the recipe and we have enjoyed that immensely.
My grandparents are way down south, along with my girl friend Jules (Mrs. Austen) and Boris is down under…. As in Australia. (pssst…. I wish I could have gone with him. I’d love to go to Australia. And well, to go with Boris… who has someone drive him to his hotel. He doesn’t drive himself. I swear, it’s like Edward from Pretty Woman….)
There is snow on the mountains here in CA. A fast moving storm blew in and dropped a bit up in the peaks… And made it incredibly cold. Brrr. Not a white Christmas per say, but close enough.
So, Merry Christmas to all, and to all a good night! (don’t forget to hang those stockings and put out the milk and cookies.)