Anyway, we had a wonderful Christmas. Christmas eve was dinner at the Riddle's and then to church. Yesterday, they came here for brunch along with John's mom & her friend, Terry.
The cameras came from me and they were a riot. We were all interviewed about our Christmas thoughts. They take still photos but they also have a video feature.
Why anyone would get a 9 yr. old boy with 2- 6 yr. old sisters a Nerf gun is beyond me.
One of my favorite gifts this year has been the "Pioneer Woman Cooks" cookbook. She has wonderful recipes so I decided to try her beef tenderloin. Judy's husband got me this wonderful tenderloin so I fixed it for Christmas dinner. Saying it was wonderful is an understatement -- it was AMAZING!!!! Today, I loaded it on a couple of pieces of homemade bread and it was a sandwich like no other. Next time, I'm fixing her lasagna -- I've read that it also is amazing. Reviews later.
Note to self -- next year plant Paperwhites earlier. This one was so near flowering but none of my bulbs were flowering. Oh, well, they'll look good in January too.
Back to work tomorrow. We're to have some 60 degree days this week. It's hard to believe after this cold Sunday with a little snow this morning. You just never know what the weather might deliver in southern Missouri.