I made home made pida bread (without a bread machine) and put caraway seeds in it. Nonni and I brought a combined item, she made her wonderful humus and I made my pita bread. Both items went over very well.
Nonni picked me up and brought me home which was very good of her. Liz had made so many wonderful things to eat and the house was packed to the gill. Everybody was friendly and I knew some of the people there and met other new people.
Some beautiful ladies sang some carols and then a dear little girl read something. She was really brave to do that in front of so many people.
Nonni and I left at 9 p.m. I am so glad that I know both of these dear ladies as they have enriched my life and I hold both of them in esteem and with loving thoughts.
If that was not enough, it was my Club's Christmas brunch today (Sunday). My reservation was for 10:30 and Thanh and I sat together in the lounge area. There were several families there also which was nice as I prefer to be where I can see little ones. The children were so well behaved and all dressed up for the occasion.
The brunch was up to the Club's usual high standards and was superb.
|Santa and I|
|A small sample of the many delicious deserts|
I particularly enjoyed seeing the children sit on Santa's lap and talk to him. They were adorable!
All in all, a wonderful event and tomorrow evening is another event. David Haskin's book launch. On Saturday evening, it will be Thanh Campbell's book launch and I have an invitation for that. It is a formal event, with evening clothes required.
My cup runneth over and I am most grateful for all my many blessings.
Thanks for dropping by and please come again when you have the time.