1) "The best way to Spread Christmas Cheer"... Would be have to be Christmas carols! We have a Christmas playlist for the studio! Also Baking holiday cookies and cupcake to share.
2) The Holiday Season is... so stressful! and trying to figure out what to get everyone for Christmas. But it is also very jolly and it smells wonderful too!
3)When it comes to holiday decorating.. I have a new theme each year! But this year since I am in Maine, my mom is the one decorating the house for the holidays, but I love bright colors! And I love Red and Gold together! And I love the old fashion wreaths.
4) The thing I look forward to the most about the holidays... Is all the wonderful goodies! And this year the snow!
5) My Favorite holiday tradition... Baking sugar cookies for Santa, and making Peanut Butter Balls. yummmmmmmm.
6)This year my Christmas plans include... Well Hopfully Curtis will be in town and I get to spend Christmas with my Mom and little Brother. And there be lots of snow on the ground and we have lots of yummy Christmas goodies.
7) My Favorite holiday food... Homemade Pumpkin pie, and my Chocolate Peppermint Cupcakes.
Now for what I am reading- The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets: Eva RiceI normally don't post what I am currently reading but the book is just wonderful and I had to share it! And it based in Nov/Dec and talks about holiday parties and such. I love it so, I am just on Chapter 9, the chapters are somewhat long. Its an easy read and its rather funny it quirky way. I am just in love with Charlotte so far, she so free spirited in a high fashion kinda way. And her cousin Harry well he odd that it makes he so handsome. I suggest it for what I read so far. You buy it from amazon if you like. I got my mind at Books a Million for $3, that is the reason why I bought it. Thinking it might be good, and I was right :P
( from Amazon)
Set in 1950s London, The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets centers around Penelope, the wide- eyed daughter of a legendary beauty, Talitha, who lost her husband to the war. Penelope, with her mother and brother, struggles to maintain their vast and crumbling ancestral home—while postwar London spins toward the next decade’s cultural revolution.
Penelope wants nothing more than to fall in love, and when her new best friend, Charlotte, a free spirit in the young society set, drags Penelope into London with all of its grand parties, she sets in motion great change for them all. Charlotte’s mysterious and attractive brother Harry uses Penelope to make his American ex-girlfriend jealous, with unforeseen consequences, and a dashing, wealthy American movie producer arrives with what might be the key to Penelope’s— and her family’s—future happiness.
Vibrant, witty, and filled with vivid historical detail, The Lost Art of Keeping Secrets is an utterly unique debut novel about a time and place just slipping into history.
so there you have it!