On our Christmas tree, the ornaments aren't just static decorations that never change from year to year -- the tree is an evolving scrapbook of moments and memories from our lives. These two ornaments pictured -- the needlepoint Raggedy Ann and the tiny angel cut from the lid of a tin can -- are two that... Continue Reading →
How’s that Christmas shopping going?
Rumors abound about people who finish their Christmas shopping before Dec. 1, those who spread their shopping over the course of the year so no December mad rush takes place. Who are these people? The logistics of those superorganized tasks boggle my mind on a couple of different levels. First is the space. I don't... Continue Reading →