Holiday Blogging: Ain't Nobody Got Time for That

If you're anything like me, you're being worn to a pulp by the holiday season. From the late nights at the office, to Christmas shopping, to hosting/attending holiday gatherings, to trying harder than ever to act like a normal human being, it's just a crazy busy time.

Since I've been majorly lagging in the blog department for oh, I don't know, the past 12 months, I figured now would be a good time to get a post out.

Here's what our holidays look like so far...

"Holiday antlers"

The first flocked Christmas tree for both Eric and myself. It's crazy and we love it. When I was a kid, I thought these were so fancy and "real" looking because they had snow. My mom never got one though, probably because they look like a Christmas tree covered in snow worms.  

I was in a pinch for a cookie exchange at work and decided to make these Betty Crocker Hot Cocoa brownies. Which turned out to be a big freaking mistake because they were all mushy and sticky and ended up looking like an archeological dig site when I tried cutting them into servings. Really, they would have been impossible to serve. I even tried making one into a cake pop type of deal, by forming into a ball and rolling in sprinkles. The result was something akin to a litter-box-treat and I immediately raged out. I ended up throwing the whole thing in the trash. 

On the much more impressive side, I learned how to make these perfectly buttery and flakey Danish cookies called Kringlers. 
FROM SCRATCH. So goooood.

Pearl's new nutcracker 

The mantle decorations. Hard to see, but the Jesus and Mary hologram image is in full effect in this one.

I probably won't be blogging again until after the new year, unless a Bethlehem miracle takes place. Until then- pour yourself a glass of something good and say hello to Clark W. Griswold for me. 

Happy holidays!


Deborah said...

OMgoodness - I have antlers in our family room. Amazing! Mine were mounted by my first husband after I hit the poor huge thing with my Jeep Wagoneer. The 8-point antlers are lovely though.

Merry Belated Christmas LG!

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