Merry Christmas and Happy Holidays! I hope this day brought you much happiness with family and friends.
Some of you may be reading this and it’s Christmas day. . .
. . . and some of you may still be waiting for Santa to slide his pudgy butt down the chimney. In other words it’s Christmas Eve.
Whether Santa has already visited you or you’re still waiting for him to shimmy down the chimney, I invite you to enjoy a few of my Christmas tunes.
I love the Braxtons and not just because they’re fellow Marylanders, but because they can sing
I can’t believe it! Christmas is only 5 days away. Christmas shopping is done, but I’m still not ready for it.
Anyway, continuing on with my 12 Days of Christmas posts. Today is day 9 and although I stopped believing in Santa a long long long time ago, I still hold out hope that there is some fat man flying around on a sleigh dropping off gifts. 🎅🏻🛷🦌🎁 Because yeah I really need #1 of this book tag post to happen.
On the 6th day of Christmas, I share with you some of the things I like to do or have attended in the DC area for the holidays.
You know that old saying:
You never know what you have until it’s gone
Well, it’s true. As much as I loved living in Colorado, I truly love living in the DC metro more. Yeah Colorado is beautiful and great for the outdoors, but culturally there is a lot to be desired.
The Holiday season is filled with fun stuff to do. Here are a few of my favorites.
- I love going to Brookside Gardens Garden of Lights. Actually I love going to Brookside Gardens year round. It’s a wonderful little haven in Montgomery County. Anyway, back to the Garden of Lights. I’ve been there many times and it never gets old. I look forward to getting there and being greeted by a caterpillar made out of lights. And traipsing around till you get to the dragon or loch ness monster Continue reading
On the fifth day of Christmas Santa gave to me some bookish gift ideas to share.
A self professed lover of books and anything books, I find that whenever someone asks me what type of gift I want for Christmas, birthday or whatever my reply will always be something bookish.
So, if you’re looking for something to get your bookworm check out these gift ideas. And they’re all under $25.
- A bookish tote bag. What book lover doesn’t want something to carry their books in? And show off at the same that they love to read.