Archive for December, 2011
This year christmas was beautiful and surrounded by family. The day after Christmas my husband and I went downtown to historic frederick Md to check out the christmas decorations. I came across many stained glass windows that housed the 12 historic churches.
this holiday we decided to go for some
conversation pieces when browsing for Christmas lights. 10 minutes before Sears closed my husband and I skirted through the aisles. we claimed the last
christmas pig! YAY ! hope this got some smiles. Christmas isn’t about just decorating your house and making it look like everybody else. have some character and be different. Bring on the humor!!!!
aside from wrapping presents, baking cookies, i decided to make some easy 1..2..3 candy molds. Using Xmas colors and adding maybe some Oreo cookies, or sprinkles, really any delightful addition would be yummy. I decided to step it up a notch and use some hazelnut cream wafer sticks for the handle of each candy piece they look great !!! they are a great conversation piece and nice take home favors for your guests.
while preparing some projects for this weekend. I stumbled across these images that were in a article regarding
the earliest sketches, earliest renditions of St. Nick. Just thought i would share. I can remember as a kid reading, “The night before Christmas” and getting excited about the wonderful things that Santa was bringing me and my siblings.
beautiful building but with charm and elegance. i was captivated by the deterioration and the age of the building. every room was filled with memory for any student that set foot in this building. what I found really cool was there was a wall behind the stage in the auditorium which had signatures of those that attended dating back to 1945.