Welcome to my Red Charistmas Palooza. Growing up mom used metaphors all the time and Palooza was one that I understood to mean a gathering of many things. Like all my toys out on the floor at once was a Palooza. Curious, I quickly asked Google what he thought Palooza meant. Seems mom and Wikipedia seem to think a Palooza is an exaggerated event, she was right again.
My Christmas Red Palooza
Red Window Bliss
A little Christmas Tea
A little sister
A big red piece of seaglass
It is time for tea, please help yourself the cups are on the left and we are having my tea blend today called, “lighthouse lovers” a lovely combination bold, bright with tart and tangy scur cherry notes tempered with mild sweet banana finish.
Red Seaglass for Christmas
A few days in a row we have had a light dusting of snow, just enough to remind us that mother nature has been by. I’ve seen a number of tracks in the backyard these days from fox, mice, birds even the neighbours cat has come for a visit.
Maybe while we have tea this afternoon we will see some wildlife.
A Palooza of stacking Santas
An exciting week ahead. I finished all the decorating in the tea room on Monday, we got fresh snow, hung the lights outside over the weekend, then today I finished baking 12 dozen for our Christmas Exchange tomorrow night, now I just have to find some Christmas music and I’m done.
“Lord” thank you for this marvelous day. It is a joy to hear the turkey drive has started and people are so giving, I’m blessed to have such caring family and friends around me, I give thanks for the little things in life that bring us joy.
Today is Tea Time Tuesday and Sandi has offered to host a blog where everyone will share something tea, won’t you join me for a cup while I head over and hang my stocking.
Well this has been a Palooza of Red, of Christmas, and of cookies, I can’t wait to show you all the treats, stay tuned.
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