I had to share these darling and imaginative Christmas Mice cookies I found on the blog Tea At Prim Rose Hill on the Dec. 24th post. I couldn't believe how cute they were! The recipe is there as well...as well as lots more wonderful recipes. I have become a follower...now we'll just see how many things I can make!
I hope you all had a wonderful Christmas! We are, with most everyone, eating left over turkey, sausage stuffing, sweet potato/apple/cranberry mix with all the other lovely things. After church yesterday we ate at our favorite local restaurant, Sunshine Cafe and then back home so my honey could continue with the English football (soccer) he loves.
I thought I'd share this comical antique embossed postcard from Antiques And Teacups which made me smile. This card is a B. B. London card printed in Germany and posted in 1913 in Maryland. Rather an appropriate sentiment for the day after the day-after-Christmas sales!
It will be back to adding items to the shop today and rejoicing in the lingering Christmas season. The best time of the year as far as I'm concerned.
Saw a great PBS Masterpiece Contemporary last night called Framed about a disaster in the National Gallery sending a rather antisocial curator and the collection to rural Wales. I really enjoyed it...and no violence or profanity. How refreshing!!!!
Here's a link to an article on the PBS website about the program. If it's on in your area, don't miss it!
Framed on PBS
Have a great day. Rainy here, so what else is new???