Friday, December 26, 2008

Turkey and Latkahs... of course

I hope you all had a beautiful Christmas with all your loved ones around and that you enjoyed sharing your kids magic (unless, of course, you are the actual kids). We had a wonderful holiday spending time with the family where we were swinging our crackers to White Christmas and lighting the channukiah singing Maor Tzur.

For me, the holidays are of nostalgia and traditions, giving plenty and placing a smile, creativity and inspirations. Its a time for love and laughter, board games and great tv. Cold turkey sandwiches and Quality Street. Glasses of Baileys and spoonfuls of trifle. And children. Its all about the children.

We started the holidays with making chocolate rice crispies cakes... for the reindeer's of course

...then a gingerbread house and mince pies... for Santa of course

...checking the tv guide... of course

...and no Christmas would be the same without yarn slipping through my fingers, so what better opportunity than to start the crochet granny square baby blanket that's intended to gift.


Agnes said...

I had a good time during Christmas and it seems you did too. Wish you and your family a wonderful New Year to come.

June said...

I really like reading your blog and seeing all the beautiful things that you make. Wishing you and your family a very happy New Year 2009.

SweetPeaknits said...

Hi Agnes, wishing you a very happy and healthy new year. x

Hi June, thanks for your lovely compliment. Please send my love to Jacquie and thank her for her lovely card. I wish you all a very happy and healthy new year. Lots of love. x

Virtuous said...

Heeeeey! Thanks for coming by and visiting my blog with the great compliments on my projects! :o) (as I sit here and type while wearing my bobbilicious haha)

It has been awhile since I've been in your part of the e-world. My my my the kids are big!!

Glad all is well my dear! :o)