sharing good news and a little Christmas (miracle) right now
We got a Christmas miracle this weekend. I think Clarence had something to do with it- you know the angel from the must-watch movie-It’s a Wonderful Life.
I shared a very personal note here about our younger son’s best (girl) friend since high school. When Lauren’s mom shared one of the hardest parts was she could not be in the ICU with her daughter I burst into tears.
WE GOT A CHRISTMAS MIRACLE
Well, we got great news about “little Lauren” on Monday. Her mom texted me this message, “my heart is full.” I almost burst into tears when I read that text.
Earlier in the weekend, a friend of many in our blog circles (Paula) shared some great news here. Again I started to tear up. I hope Paula has a wonderful Christmas and pushes science and treatments to new highs. I believe she is doing just that with the two men in her life.
So with all this good news, I decided to share my love of bells and a last-minute Christmas craft in a video. Gulp. Yep.
If you want to watch me stare at the opposite end of the camera lens I would love a little encouragement.
Are you ready for Christmas? You guys I burned almost all of my cookies this weekend. At one point my kitchen timer broke and my oven must trend hot.
Is there a way to calculate the accuracy of one’s oven? This is a new oven and it burns everything. And, I am sure my sister will weigh in on where the fault lies (or lays). Did I mention auntie Tricia is a teacher?
My first round of these cookies was delicious and then I think I got too confident in my baking skills and dropped the ball (or the dough).
Thank you for stopping by and sharing in our little Christmas miracle. And, the cookies? Burned cookies always pair well with a cold glass of milk and a little extra dunk.
Merry Christmas from our home to yours. And, remember life and homes and cookies are all about the everyday edits.