How I hate to take down the Christmas decorations. Each January it is tough to say goodbye to the green, silver, and red.
My sweet reindeer, resting comfortably once more in their basket in the attic. The tree lights are dimmed and my little evergreen is outside in the cold.
Two weeks of warmth, joy, and freedom rushed by. Monday it is back to normal. Back to work.
But I’ll keep on lighting candles throughout the year! And I put my two friends on the left on top of my bookcase. They’re inseparable! And too cute to be stuffed away.
Welcome to January. 😀
Dear readers and friends, thank you all so much for the good things that you have shared with me and with each other over the past year. Inspiring writings and photographs, the beautiful and often touching words and images. They make this sweet world better.
Happy holidays and all the best for 2019. Stay healthy and live well. Take care of each other. Laugh and embrace.
Later today, V-man’s family is coming over for an early Christmas dinner. One of the things we are going to serve them is this goulash. I used my mom’s recipe and added a few things of my own. The result is full and spicy. Continue reading “Christmas Dinner: a Taste of Hungary”