A Christmas Luncheon and A Precursor of Days to Come

It’s been a C R A Z Y week and half! Sorry I’ve been silent.

Last Tuesday, Mary DeMuth, Leslie Wilson, and I hosted a table at the Friends of the Library Christmas luncheon. It was a table filled with—what else? Writers! Five other writers joined us for a yummy lunch and great conversation. Wish you could have been there!

I’ve had a fun few days hanging out with my youngest—my 13 year old. His brother and sister are off on a mission trip (more on that when they return) and it’s been fun to have him all to myself. It’s a little preview of what it will be like in just three and a half short years, when he is the only one left at home. And it’s been great. He’s been incredibly amiable and I think is reveling in our alone time as much as I am.

I’ve still got Christmas errands to run and writing to get done, but I promise you will hear more from me soon. Until then, take time to notice the sights and sounds of the season all around you and enter into the joyous celebration of the birth of our Savior.

1 comment on “A Christmas Luncheon and A Precursor of Days to Come

  1. Great picture of you and Mary and Leslie. Your table looks terrific. Our old church (before we moved to Tulsa) has a Ladies’ Day every fall where we did the table hosting thing. It was always so much fun to see what people came up with and to meet new people. Have a wonderful Christmas. Enjoy your kids (and hubby) during this crazy busy time.

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