Saturday, December 22, 2007

Happy Solstice. Spring is Next

Isn't that video lovely? I was going to post a performance video of Sarah but then I saw this and it was so tranquil and pretty. I believe it was filmed in England. Today I went grocery shopping so I have all my ingredients to make Christmas Eve dinner. I celebrate Yule and Christmas. I like many of the kinder aspects of the Christian beliefs, just not all the hellfire and brimstone nonsense. Today is the Winter Solstice. Soon we will notice the days ever so slowly getting longer.
Ok, as I'm typing I hear Cricket behind me playing with the ornament again. Only that one. She loves to make it spin. =^..^=
I finished wrapping my husband's presents and he promised to help wrap Daughter's, so I will try not to worry. I'd like to spend the day reading and baking tomorrow, but we'll see. Usually if I plan too much I end up frustrated when it doesn't work out. I really would like a cheesecake for dessert on Christmas Eve though, so the baking should be done by Monday for certain.
Hmm, I see Cricket has become bored already. I think she would like some stinky goodness with cunchies on the side. That's how she likes her meals served and yes I know she's spoiled. :) After she has her treat I think I'll have some tea and a piece of chocolate from our Whitman's Sampler. No caramels or nougats please.


Daisy said...

Stinky Goodness with crunchies on the side? That sounds perfect!

MISS PEACH >(^.^) said...

Merry Christmas Lorianna...I am a better purrrson for knowing you and the sweetness you carry inside of your heart.
I too cried for Tookie just now. Bless these tiny creatures who capture our hearts forever and ever...
To dream is wonderful, to touch them then even more...
Blessings to you dear one
Love Miss Peach and Karla
ps: show me the star garland when it is done

Mo said...

Hello Lorianna,
Thanks for your consistent visits to my blogs, and for your wonderful comments. I shall try to be a better reciprocal blogger friend in 2008!
Many blessings for you & your family!
Merry Christmas!

(aka Not The Mama)