Best wishes

As my family prepares for the first "stop" on our "holiday family tour", I just wanted to stop by the blog to wish each and every one of you a safe and joyful holiday.  Whether you celebrate Christmas or not, this time of the days get longer and we are writing more appointments on the 2013 calendar than the 2012 a time to stop, reflect, and be grateful.  So even though my fudge didn't turn out quite like I wanted, even though there have been some family "issues" related to scheduling, even though our family won't be fully together this Christmas...we are so very lucky.  

Enjoy your time together...savor the moments.  And when someone brings fudge to one of your gatherings--give it a try, even if it might not be the best.  (I would also NOT recommend that you give suggestions for improving it--just sayin')

See you on the 26th!  

1 comment

  1. I feel your pain with the fudge! I am a terrible cook no matter what recipe I follow! Glad to have found your blog through the Best of 2012. I too teach 4th grade! Enjoy your time off!

    Dana :)