My Christmas lunch with co-workers at the William Penn Inn on Tuesday.
Wonderful food and my dessert choice was creme brulee.
|Outside the entrance to the William Penn Inn.|
|Inside the foyer. |
Love the red and the statue!
On Thursday, I took a vacation day from work and joined my Bible Study Buddies for a class where we watched one of Beth Moore's video on "Esther: It's Tough Being a Woman." We had lunch which was a full turkey dinner with all the fixins and then an ornament exchange.
A month ago I tried to find where I could purchase Old World Ornaments. No luck in the New Hope stores I had stopped in. I was very disappointed.
|Nutcrackers on our mantle. |
Our granddaughter, Youngest Sweetie loves to stare at them.
I chose an Old World Ornament box from the table, wrapped only with a gold bow, and inside was this:
When Youngest Sweetie came over to visit, I showed her this one and hung it very high on the tree.
Well as high as a short person can reach that is.
After the ornament exchange, I asked who brought the ornament and if she would please tell me where she had purchased it.
Who brought the ornament?
Her name is Grace.
FYI - "Grace" is the word I have focused on for this year.
(Now I can tell Wonderful Husband where to find Old World Ornaments for future gift ideas. Pine Wreath and Candle in Peddler's Village. Hey! They've been around since 1964. Where have I been?)
Which leads me to Saturday and Wonderful Husband's Annual Family Christmas Party. A quick estimate of attendees was 30. And I can't begin to tell you what decibel level we reached....let's just say L O U D!
|The dessert table!|
After this week of festivities...I am sooooo full of food that I'm asking God to help me with some self control for this week leading up to Christmas!
Have you been calorically overloaded with celebrations?
My plan today is to reintroduce myself to my treadmill. It's been a while so I hope "she" doesn't hold a grudge!