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Thursday, December 24, 2020

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Kristin

I hope that you and Mark have a lovely, if quiet, holiday!

Barbara H.

Congratulations on your productivity! I'm about to move into high gear for the day. All the best to you and Mark.

Linda Brazill

KRISTIN — It's been a lovely week. Currently listening to the Festival of Lessons and Carols from King's College, Cambridge. So much more pleasant baking and cooking with no deadlines. Frankly we both find the big family Christmas more fraught with tension than one would prefer. But that is how it is, I guess, when three generations get together. Only one little child left which is always the fun part of Christmas. Enjoy your holidays and stay safe. 

Linda Brazill

BARBARA — Really enjoyed my baking this year and trying new treats. Enjoy your holidays and stay safe.

danger garden

We have a riches of dried fruit thanks to gifts, perhaps I need to try the chocolate dipping...

Linda Brazill

I just used semi sweet baking chocolate melted in a bowl over simmering water. Fruit never tasted so good.

Lisa at Greenbow

Gosh, you make these look and sound so good. Merry Christmas.

Linda Brazill

LISA — I am enjoying this quiet time together. Today's weather is freezing and snow on and off, so I am happy not to be driving anywhere. 

Kris P

I smiled at your mention of a burst of sunshine - years ago on a business trip to the PNW, I heard a weather forecaster refer to the prospect of afternoon "sunbursts", a term I'd never heard prior to that! Love the new painting. I hope you enjoy the cookies and other goodies. Best wishes for a merry Christmas to you and Mark!

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