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  1. Been there! Go to the kids house, BUT, still have to bring most of the food. I’d rather they come here and have the mess than haul 1/2 my kitchen to theirs! There’s an added bonus having it here too……. I don’t have to hear Hubby complain . LOL

    MERRY CHRISTMAS!

    • Steffi – It turned out fine!!! It was not the kind of party we would have had at my house, but a great time was had by all. My son outdid himself with fried crab claw appetizers and some awesome shrimp dip, and a wide variety of beverages! He had a tree beautifully decorated by him and his baby brother. And all his gifts were wrapped in aluminum foil with the dull side showing!! Hope your Christmas was as fulfilling as ours!

  2. No cookies here but 8 lb turkey in oven (they weigh 6 just hatched, no?) and couple sweet tators ala Choupiquer. Olive oil outside, cracked pepper, pinch rosemary wrap in foil. Chucked them in with bird. Wild rice pilaf too.

    I am going to waste, anybody want to adopt me?????

    • Would adopt you but have enough sons of my own, thanks anyway! However, you could live in the shed and cook for us if you would like!!! I’ll have to try those ST ala Ch’r! Give River a holiday scratch behind the ear from me , will ya?

  3. Merry Christmas, BW, and thanks for sharing the marathon baking photos! It will be fun to see the pictures from your family’s gathering at the guys’ place, too.

    Hope your CHRISTmas Day is fun, memorable, and reflective of the incredible mercy and grace from the Father towards us!

    I love you – Merry Christmas to you all from all of us!!! xxx

    • I love you, too, Vance! I hope things are going well with the newly weds and that the new year brings great blessing of great joy! About photos from last night? Hmmmm. It was kinda wild—I’ll have to think about it!! Happy New Year to you and yours!

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