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12/22/10

Merry Christmas ...How Sweet it is!

                                 Merry   Christmas                                                                                                                    I've been so crazy busy lately with baking, being out of town, volunteering and dog sitting I've gone and neglected my blog. 
For shame.


Yesterday my daughter and I as well as a group of friends gathered together at another friends house to make cinnamon rolls ( what a great kitchen to bake in).  We had a wonderful time and this morning I had the aches and pains to prove it.   Not to mention a million extra calories dancing around on my backside and midsection....they have to be banished...oh well that's another blogpost.


It was so nice to see everyone put together their delicatable confection,  I meant to take photos but was so busy putting the dough together, 3 batches I might add, I completely forgot.  Not to worry, I plan on making another batch this week sometime.  It seems the few I promised goodies too have been temporarily neglected. 


Right now I'm relishing in the peace and quiet away from the kitchen, trying not to think of the desserts for the Big Event.  Don't get me wrong, I'm regrouping.  What I've seriously learned from all this, this knee business is how much sweeter, no pun intended every little thing is.  I'm building my energies to start all over again in the kitchen tomorrow with one of my baking buddies.  Hopefully I'll remember to get the camera out and create a visual memory for my next post.



Let's not forget to remember this isn't just any Holiday this is a season of good will and giving.  Christs birth is the reason for this season.  So have a Merry Christmas whether you are in or out of the kitchen, giving presents or sending good wishes.  It's the thought that counts, even literally. 

2 comments:

  1. I haven't made cinnamon rolls in I don't know how long. Your communal baking sounds like great fun.

    Merry Christmas and all the best for 2011!

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  2. Wishing you the merriest of Christmases!

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