Saturday, November 13, 2010

The Celebrating Begins

Traditionally, I bake our Christmas Cake in early November to allow it several weeks to rest and develop it's delicious flavours. :) Yesterday was Christmas Cake baking day for 2010!

We will cut it on the 1st of December as we put up our tree and decorate the house (and celebrate our 9th wedding anniversary! :)).

Today (Saturday) has been very restful after the enormous week we have had getting ready to list our house. I had 3 cancellations with music students today, and must say I enjoyed the down time as Stuart did the running around town with the kids. He returned with the boys in time for me to scoot in and collect Saraya from Art Class. I hadn't had the opportunity to get in there yet, and was so delighted with the teacher and the art studio! It is a beautiful space and I plan to take my camera next week to catch some photos to share and remember this time in Saraya's life.

Stuart is at work this afternoon, assembling report cards. I have played and read with the children, pruned the roses, cut a new bunch of flowers for my vase, hung some washing, and written some dates in my newly purchased 'Diggers Gardeners Diary for 2011'. :) Yes, there are dates to go in already. And I'm dreaming gardening dreams for our new, more suburban garden of next year. The diary is inspiring me.

Happy Weekend All! And happy beginning of the Christmas season. :)


Shonni said...

Yummmmm! and your pictures really captured the fun of spending time with your little darlin’s!!!

Smilie girl said...

Yep, yum!
I loved the beautiful expressions on all their faces as they enjoyed making the cake.

Queen of the Natives said...

Looks like you guys really enjoyed the process together. The Christmas cake making is a beautiful tradition it looks like in your abode, I'm still struggling to get my two boys interested! How'd the listing go?

ecoMILF said...

Yum- looks wonderful. I am loving your blog- what a little blast of positivity. Your children are radiant. xo m.


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