Category Archives: Christmas

Seven degrees for a Christmas dog walk – Christmas poetry

Seven degrees, a Christmas dogwalk Seven degrees Fahrenheit, Minus fourteen degrees Celsius, crisp, cutting, bone chilling. It made me question walking the dog. I went anyway. Not knowing what to wear because too much means you sweat too little means … Continue reading

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Christmas Cookies

Christmas Cookies The house is warm and the smells are overwhelming. The kitchen is neat and spic and span. The cookie sheets are assembled for use and the mise en place is set. Flour, shortening, almond extract, sugar, salt, eggs, … Continue reading

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Cold, gray, and Christmas is approaching

Cold and Gray and Christmas is approaching It is cold. It is gray. The cold is a knife that cuts with a vengeance as it slips through my clothing, gloves, and shoes. The December day needs my attention as I … Continue reading

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The whisk broom

I was lying down on my back next to the Christimas tree as I was undoing the wing bolts that hold the tree upright and safe in the stand. We have a wonderful tree stand, bought at Quig’s Orchards, back … Continue reading

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Christmas Day in the morning

Okay, so I am a couple of days late with a Christmas report Preparation for parties and celebrations is always hectic and sometimes even awe-inspiring when it comes to the amount of time put in. At these times, I think … Continue reading

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