‘Twas The Night Before Christmas

There is nothing like a weight being lifted off your shoulders – last night I managed to cross off all my sewing ‘to do’s’ (despite the fact that I had way too much help from a two-year old). Unfortunately, there’s not much to show (lot’s of hemming and mending) unless you want to see more LBD aprons. Now that my ‘sweat shop’ is closed, I’m free to work in the kitchen today. On the agenda, Bourbon Black Bottom Pie – a recipe that I don’t make very often, but is highly requested, especially around the holidays. We’ll also be whipping up some cookies for Santa and making Ham Hocks and Navy Beans to warm us up after church tonight.
Since we’re on the subject of cookingbaking, I thought I would mention that I did finally make Christmas Crack earlier in the week… and it was a hit! No one even suspected that crackers were what gave this treat it’s crisp. Although I thought it was pretty good, I think I’d prefer to waste my empty calories into eating the black bottom pie.
I’m sure that everyone is hurrying around preparing for guests, doing last minute shopping, wrapping gifts, etc. so I’ll wrap this post up. But before I do, I want to thank each and every one of you for visiting me every day, sharing my projects and yours, and just being a part of my life. I am very thankful for such a wonderful international sewing community! Have a very merry Christmas to those that celebrate and I’ll ‘see’ you all on Sunday!

4 thoughts on “‘Twas The Night Before Christmas

  1. Vickie

    Merry Christmas to you, Stacy. I feel like you are an old friend! All of the sewing bloggers have created such an amazing community! I am indeed blessed to be part of it.

  2. bernadette

    Merry Christmas to you, Stacy! I still catch up every week with your blog even though I have not left many comments this past year. Thanks for sharing all your projects and offering such fun links.

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