Have you all survived Christmas in one piece? I hope so. And that you also had a very lovely time. I myself am wondering when the cut-off point for eating mince pies for breakfast is? I think I can get away with it for a couple more days yet.
Next up is New Year.
Can I tell you a secret? Well, it’s not really a secret. If anyone asks, I gladly tell them. I do not like New Year’s Eve. I don’t. Sorry. Actually, I’m not sorry.
I adore Christmas. The month-long build up. The sparkly lights. The deliciously festive spiced food.
But once it is over, there, staring you in the face like a ominious thunder-cloud, is New Year’s Eve. Ugh.
I don’t have a problem with the beginning of a new year. January and February typically (hopefully) bring snow with them. And there are not many things I like…
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While touring the quaint canals of Bruges in Belgium I looked up to see a surprising sight. A curious dog, just peering out of the window as if it was completely normal. Nothing to see here! Just inches between its paws and a few metres fall into the water below. It captured my imagination and made me wonder just what it might be thinking. Whatever the case, it certainly had a good view from where it was sitting!
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Today was filled with joy and family…my hubs and I went to moms for exchanging of gifts and a family dinner…after dinner we all talked over coffee, and watched a movie and relaxed…the movie, despicable me 2, was funny 🙂 now it’s nice to be home all snuggled in a blankie reflecting back on the days memories with gratitude…
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When discussing Christmas in Japan it would be remiss not to mention the traditional cake that families and individuals buy during this time of the year. RocketNews24 also purchased a cute Santa cake to please our collective sweet teeth and warm our bellies in the cold winter.
However, it wouldn’t be a RocketNews24 Christmas with cooking that bad boy up in a rice cooker. Heck, if Big Macs or Oreos work, then rice-cooker-cooked Christmas cake should be a grand slam. Unsurprisingly (for us at least) the results were both festively pretty and delicious!
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