Where in the world are you spending the holidays? Is it cold and snowy? Is it warm and sunny? Are you home with family or far away? My prince and I are staying in calm and quiet Moldova. Yesterday was Christmas Day, the first time in years we did not spend Christmas with our family. But we invited friends and I cooked a Moldovan village goose and a good time was had by all.
So, dear friends and readers, wherever you are in this fascinating world of ours I wish you
Love and Joy
Sparkle and Shine
And please tell me, where in the world are you spending the holidays, and what is on your festive dinner table?
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We spent Christmas in southern California with my inlaws. It’s a weird place. I wrote a post about it, with lots of photos. Donn and I usually have roast lamb for Christmas, but my MIL cooked a turkey so we had a traditional dinner of turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing. It was my first time to sample the typical American dish of green bean casserole and I wasn’t too fond of it. Although I grew up on this continent, my mother was Welsh so we had a more British kind of meal. Happy to be “home” in the cold and rainy… Read more »
Warm and sunny in our part of the world; Gold Coast, Australia.
You have a great blog with lovely pictures. I’ll be sure to visit regularly! Hope you have a wonderful new year in 2012!