Sunday, 21 December 2014

End of a year beginning of another

           
It's particularly mild for December but with little rain didn't stop Smudge and I getting out and about. The days that were just too miserable there was plenty to keep me busy indoors between baking, cooking and sewing. I didn't mind being busy as always a bit of a down time after returning from the USA. 

It was lovely to see my two new great nieces Grace and Eve on my return. Little Grace came into this world causing a stir as she came and we can thank God for her safe arrival and the protection of her mummy. It's this time of year we remember Christ coming into the world also causing a stir. He came to save each one who chooses to accept him. When we look back on the news of this year we can see how the world is changing and not for the better and as J just mentioned this morning why are we so shocked as the Bible clearly tells us to expect this.


A week before Christmas and the last sale of the year for Kiwoko.
No coffee and craft this month as everyone so busy coming up to Christmas.
Mountstewart still our favourite walking haunt no matter what the weather and no matter how cold or windy it is the protective climate inside Mountstewart is always a delight. 

I usually enjoy baking or cooking as I enjoy the eating but at this time you can be a bit more creative.
Peppermint creams
Blueberry crumpets




















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