I recently procured a few more pictures from my holidays, so I thought I would share them on the blog before I leave Christmas well and truly behind me for another year. Besides, only a short month ago, it was Christmas Eve! That seems a bit unbelievable, actually, but the calendar doesn’t lie; oh no, it does not lie.
Here I am at my parents’ house, making cinnamon rolls on Christmas Eve day. They turned out so well! Click here to read the recipe I used.
My family’s Christmas Eve tradition is to have a seafood supper, and this year didn’t disappoint. Here we are, waiting for the deliciousness to come our way.
This is a portrait that should be framed and hung in a museum; “Father and Daughter Cribbage Match.” Our expressions say things words cannot.
My mom got a new Canon Rebel camera for Christmas, and she was enjoying taking many close-ups like this one.
As I mentioned, my parents and brother came to North Bay for a weekend, and on the first night, this was our table setting. My mom wanted to steal my vintage tablecloth.
Does anyone else own Clue: The Great Museum Caper? My dad and I love this game, and here we are at my house, sleuthing away.
On the second night of North Bay high jinx, we played this game, called Pandemic. It took a few tries to get everyone invested in their role of saving the world from deadly disease, but by the end, we were basically scientists.
I forget what this game is called (it was a new one my mom had just bought), but we had fun!
I received a waffle iron for Christmas, and this was its first usage. Click here for the recipe I used.
I also received this T-fal ActiFry appliance, and as you can see, Darcy and I are over the moon about it.