So other wintertime occupations have started indoors for me. Watching love birds sharing seeds with each other, along with the holiday movies and music specials, Scrabble games, and reading library books on snowy evenings are what I have in mind this week and the many others this long winter. And what about the wintertime foods and drinks? Well, that is all a part of it, too. Warming soups and pastas. Tea time every day at work. Tonight, Dean and I will indulge in some Bailey’s Irish creme while in front of the blazing fire of our kitchen fireplace. We will finish up the list of guests for the weddings next year. All three of Dean’s children are to be wedded in 2014! Maybe we will chat about our garden dreams for next year, as we cannot solve the cares of our jobs and of this world … “We have learned that more of the ‘earth-earthiness’ would solve our social problems, remove many ‘isms’ from our vocabulary, and purify our art. And so we often wish that those who interpret life for us by pen or brush would buy a trowel and pack of seeds.” ~ Ruth R. Blodgett.
Three weddings in one year??! Our oldest got married this year and that was stressful enough! Good luck!
Yes, that is what we said! We will probably do little leisure traveling in 2014, and focus on bridal showers, rehearsal dinners, and weddings held in Kansas City and Springfield, Missouri.
congratulations! sounds like a busy time for you both…but lucky, you have Bailey’s Irish Creme to add some warm comfort. ☺ yum!
Thanks! The first engagement party is just before the New Year! I am sure we will have a few toasts before it is all over!