Our leftovers make for a little picnic.
Snuggling with cats, candles and fireplace ablaze, sipping tea or a glass of Prosecco and watching all movies we own with holiday themes.
The list we’ve watched starting Christmas Day:
- The Christmas Story
- National Lampoon Christmas Vacation
- Bridget Jones Diary
- Love Actually
- While You Were Sleeping
- When Harry Met Sally
- Bad(der) Santa
- The Holiday
What’s your favorite holiday movie?
- Sleep in
- Build fire
- Light fire
- Make tea, light candles, snuggle cats
- Have breakfast of leftover goodies from Christmas Eve party
- Open gifts while listening to Christmas music
- Watch Christmas Story paused three times for family/friend holiday calls.
- Prep for Traditional Cheese Fondue ( see recipe on blog, keyword: fondue )
- Watch Christmas Vacation by a roaring fire, replete with Color Cones….
Life is good!
Spence and I have a very cozy home but add even a small conventional Christmas tree, then a big pile of wrapped gifts and we had a bit of an obstacle course.
Several years ago I found this half tree that mounts on the wall and bought it. It clearly can handle alot of ornaments and looks very festive.
This year we bought one for my youngest stepson and his kids when we found out how much he liked ours – and was facing the same space constraint issues. It arrived on Friday and the decorating began. We’re hopeful they will enjoy their tree for years to come.
If interested, you can find this tree at solutions.blair.com and search for: “Prelit Wall Tree (5 ft).”
I’ve got nothin’