Sunday, December 27, 2015

CHRISTMAS HERE, LOVE ALL AROUND


Merry 'Day After' Christmas, everyone!  Is it a relief or a bit of wanting the magic to last?  I'm enjoying my tree and the beautiful glow in the living room.  I was so crazy for the last three weeks, we popped that tree up last week and I did the mantel last Sunday knowing the clock was winding down.  I'm going to enjoy the ambiance of it all for the next few weeks (or as long as I can take all the happy, happy, happy in the room).  Space is very tight so I know I'll get tired of maneuvering around things at some point.

You can't see much but I managed to do my own ribbon on the tree and The Husband helped decorate  with the ornaments.  That was a first.  He also bought a beautiful new manger for under the tree and he positioned a light over it...magical.  



I wanted to do a Winter Wonderland on my mantel, I think I mentioned that in a previous post.  I had most of everything I needed from past mantel endeavors.  I've always loved something that reflects the outdoors as well.  I found the large wood tree in the center at Marshall's a few weeks ago but everything else was in my storage.  Thank goodness for Emily last Sunday.  I was at a loss.  For some reason I felt so little creativity this year.  I guess I left you hanging in my last post but I lost a cousin to cancer the week before.  That and a few other things were hanging a dark cloud over my head.  But we have to solider on and I did.  Em came over and grabbed few things out of my bins and helped me put up my little white 'forest'.  I try to keep it simple but the fireplace and mantel are so big.  Still, I think this is great and I'm still basking in the glow.



I so love pulling out the ornaments, especially when I find a few from the after Christmas sales and a some I picked up on trips.  Can you see the bear ornament on the bottom in the center?  I bought that in Gatlinburg this past September when we (or I) was positive we were surrounded by black bears everywhere we stayed and went.  I shudder to think of it!  I have a really obsessive fear of bears and that's pretty weird for a city girl.  lol!



We had days of crazy fun and celebrations.  Emily had the first get-together December 23rd with a full house of-gosh, who knows how many?  We had grab bags and played a crazy trivia game with our cell phones that I couldn't begin to explain.  I think I nearly peed my pants several times.  SO fun!  We started at 6:00 and ended at 2:00 a.m.  I was up at 8:00 to do the rest of my baking, wrapping and preparing food for Christmas morning.  I was determined and just a wee bit tired.  

Christmas Eve was spent at son Jeff and Deirdre's home.  He had Chicken Scaloppini catered and another outrageous gift grab bag.  This one involved a few rolls of the dice and passing your gift to the left and right--I decided to be in the audience this year.  Ha!  We were home a little earlier that night but since I'm a procrastinator and fly by the seat of my pants, I was up until 4 a.m. making a breakfast casserole and wrapping the last of the gifts.  I shouldn't have bothered going to bed as we were all up at 9 getting ready for our brunch.  Abby was a big help with last minute fluffing, lighting candles and a lot of fussiness.  That helped.  ;-)

I wish I had taken pictures of all of the sweets I made.  Boxes of goodies for many family members and friends;  chocolate pretzels, sugar cookies, almond bark and sugared pecans.  




I found these little boxes at Michael's and they make the most simple little cookies and candies look like something from a fancy bakery.  How good can it get?  But I had so many baking mishaps.  I meticulously cut out sugar cookie snowflakes and then I had a whole baking sheet of them flip right into the oven as I went to place them on the rack...just like whoops, the whole sheet of dough fell on to the bottom of my oven and started to burn and smoke.  And I had just cleaned the oven before Thanksgiving!  I also made cheesecake squares that stuck to the bottom of  the pan and then if that was not enough, two whole pans of white cake were baked a little too long and cracked like earthquakes before I could frost them.  No desserts as promised at two parties.  And lastly, an appetizer I promised for Em's party-I forgot to buy the cheese.  The swearwords coming out of my kitchen were not meant for the faint of heart.  But we survived. ;-)




A little Elsie time.  She was the highlight of Christmas morning in our home.  We always have a wonderful and somewhat wild time with a big brunch and plenty of mimosa's.  But truly, having a baby in the house made it beyond magical.  Wow, it brought me back to the days when our son Kevin, Elsie's dad, was in his sleeper PJ's with the padded feet, opening his presents on Christmas morning. I have to say, Elsie is quite the pro at opening her gifts...she loves the paper but definitely knows there is something under it!  We found this set of 'old time' blocks in a wagon on our trip to Cedarburg, WI., in November.  

I think all of the kids were happy with the gifts from Mrs. Claus, or whom I'm referred to as.  I really love 'dressing' the guys, I know most of them could use a few new shirts and a nice sweater or two.  I love giving the girls jewelry and candles and scarves.  The biggest and best surprise The Husband and I received from the kids was tickets to The Carole King Musical as well as a generous gift card for a hotel or restaurant of our choice.  I am so excited.  Jeff saw it in New York a few weeks ago, I was happy to hear he really liked in spite of not really knowing who she is!  My gift from the Husband was my favorite perfume with my name etched on the bottle.  This year I gave him a new watch, very thin and stylish with a black leather strap.  



Finally, Christmas dinner was hosted by daughter in law, Mary Clare's mother, Peggy.  They are all so gracious.  A nice sit down dinner of Chateaubriand, mashed potatoes, asparagus and rolls.  And homemade bread pudding for dessert.  Heaven!  A wonderful Christmas gift for their family was the birth of little Cecelia five days prior.  You remember Katie, MC'S sister?  She and Kevin are proud parents and Margot has a new little sister.  


I could have brought her home with me.  Welcome to our world CeCe!



So that was Christmas here in Blondieville.  I have the house somewhat back in order and in spite of all the time spent in the kitchen the past few days, we haven't had a normal home cooked meal here in a long time so maybe I'll do that today.   


Thanks for the Christmas wishes!  I will be posting a 'Year In Review" this coming week.  I love doing those-at least for myself.  lol!  Helps to keep my life a little more straight!

See ya soon!

Jane x

56 comments:

podso said...

I do love your mantel and your living room looks cozy and a festive. And little Elsie is so adorable opening her present. Wait til next year when she understands a bit more. It gets even better! Enjoy this quieter week ….

laurie said...

what a sweet heart little Elsie is and your home looks amazing!!! Best wishes to you and your family!

marty (A Stroll Thru Life) said...

So pretty and Elsie is so precious.

Melanie said...

Sounds like you had an absolutely wonderful - and very busy - Christmas with your family! I loved hearing all about it. Elsie is so darling...and I agree that a child makes Christmas more magical. xoxo

Rita C. said...

Love catching up with you, Jane. So sorry to hear of your cousin's passing. Just as I read of your gift from your kids, a Carole King song just finished playing on my iPod shuffle. :) How exciting that evening will be! Love little Elsie's picture opening the gifts, and now another baby girl! My oldest sister's name is Cecelia. Love your mantel, and I would leave it till last to take down. Your Em is to you as my Brit is to me - lifesaver in last minute details. Sometime I hope to get the details of the phone trivia game. We did ugly sweater this year and it was hilarious - many family memebers came to the door with the greeting "Trick or Treat". Loved it all but still recuperating.....sorry for your oven catastrophes. There's enough craziness about Christmas without the added aggravation. I can't even imagine all those displaced from the weather - truly heartbreaking. Have a Happy New Year. I'm planning a little break from writing, but I'll be around..

Rita C. said...

Love catching up with you, Jane. So sorry to hear of your cousin's passing. Just as I read of your gift from your kids, a Carole King song just finished playing on my iPod shuffle. :) How exciting that evening will be! Love little Elsie's picture opening the gifts, and now another baby girl! My oldest sister's name is Cecelia. Love your mantel, and I would leave it till last to take down. Your Em is to you as my Brit is to me - lifesaver in last minute details. Sometime I hope to get the details of the phone trivia game. We did ugly sweater this year and it was hilarious - many family memebers came to the door with the greeting "Trick or Treat". Loved it all but still recuperating.....sorry for your oven catastrophes. There's enough craziness about Christmas without the added aggravation. I can't even imagine all those displaced from the weather - truly heartbreaking. Have a Happy New Year. I'm planning a little break from writing, but I'll be around..

Simply LKJ said...

So sorry to hear of the loss of your cousin. So hard during the holidays. Glad everyone pitched in to help you. What precious little ones!!

Kathy Moreland said...

Sounds like everything went off really well. What would baking be without a few mishaps? We had our family of 6, and a very enjoyable time together on Christmas eve. Our youngest grandchild is now 9, so no babies. We all ate lots, and my desserts turned out great. I baked individual pecan pies, brownies, fudge, cookies.....Rachel brought cheesecake. So plenty of sweets! We decided this year to do a sandwich platter so a variety of subs, chips, pickles, drinks, and hardly any cleanup!! Great time.

Hope the new year is good to you and yours! Your friend, Kathy

It's me said...

Hi Jane ...it looks like you have a Nice Christmas........lovely week love Ria ❤️❤️❤️

Row homes and Cobblestones said...

Jane your Christmas, tree and mantel all look magical and beautiful. Your celebration and family gatherings will linger in your memory and heart to fill your thoughts about Christmas wishes for next year. I so appreciate your shares and the sweetness dwelling in your heart. Baking mishaps make a season memories memorable ... And funny! But Jane I am truly sorry for your cousins loss to Cancer. Holidays seem to be about loss and gain and the love that dwells and fills our hearts through each of the events in-between.

Will return and enjoy your 2015 recap, thank you for your friendship and posts that have been much enjoyed over each month of the year.
Sending love and New Year wishes and dreams.
xoxo
Vera

Primitive Stars said...

Hi Jane, lovely fireplace and your tree is beautiful. Those boxes are so cute, does look like something from a fancy store. ..I'm sad Christmas comes so fast, I look forward to the magic and boom, seems like it's over in no time.... Blessings Francine.

Stacey said...

Such a precious picture! Your Christmas sounds just wonderful. :)

Theresa said...

Sounds like a wonderful Christmas! I love your mantel:) The tree, ribbon and the manger scene... perfect! Have a blessed evening dear friend, I am TIRED but will get my energies back soon:) HUGS!

Starting Over, Accepting Changes - Maybe said...

No matter if you burn the cookies or forget the cheese, all anyone really wants for Christmas is the presence of loved ones.

Debby said...

Your home looks beautiful. I would leave up to enjoy for awhile longer.
Our tree came off the moving truck and I just plugged it in. I wanted to take things down but Hubby wants to wait a few more days. His birthday is Tuesday so they will stand until then.
Your Christmas sounds like it was just beautiful. That new baby will change things forever. Christmases will just get better and better. Now the fancy sit down dinner may be more of a challenge, lol.
I am sorry about your cousin. I do know how hard that can be. Christmas was a little hard for my husband from just loosing his mother this month. Also, my best friend lost her husband. She is having a terrible time dealing with it for many reasons.
I always forget something but I have gotten pretty good at improvising. The cakes I had to laugh at. I don't know how you did all that you did in just a couple of days.
Take some time to rest this week.
Hugs

Vee said...

Into every Christmas, a little dough must plop. Ha! Overall, I'd say that you had a blessed Christmas with those you love and beautiful decor and great food and amazing fellowship. If you can do a year in review, you're a better woman than I! (I may still try, but nothing happened last year. = D )

Penny @ The Comforts of Home said...

It sounds like you had a marvelous time during the Christmas season Jane!

Doreen@househoneys said...

It sounds like you had a Christmas to remember Jane, burnt oven be damned! I've had that happen more times than I care to admit, and of course it's ALWAYS after the oven was cleaned. What's up with that??

Your tree and mantel are lovely. I don't blame you for wanting to keep them up for a while, although back in the day when we actually had a tree, I couldn't wait to take it down. I'm just a little too anal I guess.

Elsie looks like a doll that's come to life. Babies sure do make Christmas extra special don't they?!

xxx

Linda said...

Hi Jane.....
Elsie looks very content....
Your house looks cosy and welcoming....
All the best in 2016....
Back to the Lake House!
Cheers!
Linda :o)

Jen Kershner said...

Christmas sure can be a mixed bag and there was a bit of that around here. I'm sorry for all the challenges you've had as of late and I know that feeling when all is going wrong!

We are enjoying the post holiday quiet around here. There is not a thing on the schedule before everyone goes back to school and work and we are making the most of it.

Junkchiccottage said...

Elsie looks so cute opening her gifts. Sometimes I think they have more fun with the boxes and paper at this age. She is just adorable.
Glad you had a wonderful Christmas. What a wonderful gift from the kids. I love Carol King that will be fantastic to go and see. Enjoy.
Kris

Bluebird49 said...

Your husband helped decorate the tree? What?! ;)
Elsie is just precious--and your kids did a wonderful job picking out your gifts! How thoughtful.
I am so sorry you have lost yet another family member, Jane. It just never stops, does it?
We'll get home tomorrow, hopefully, and things will get back to normal. (Well, for us, anyway!)
Enjoy those beautiful decorations a little longer! Next Christmas is a ways off!
xxx Trudy

Sarah said...

Jane, your newsy posts makes me feel as if we just had a nice long chat. ;-)
Christmas time at your home is full of activity and joy. I'd leave it up as long as you want. I'm still savoring the twinkle lights on the tree and the touches of Christmas around the house.
Sorry about your loss. Thinking of you!

Kim said...

I agree with Sarah. I love your posts, I always feel like I just came from a coffee chat with you. :) I feel like Christmas came fast this year, too, so much going on before. Even though I was decorated and tried to enjoy it all, I seem to be reveling in the glow of the lights and the sound of the carols more now, in these quiet days after Christmas. Nothing to do, but revel. Enjoy it all!! Can't wait for out next "chat"! :)

Pepper Medley said...

My daughter was born on Christmas Eve 42 years ago.... Christmas babies are the best! Your mantle looks so beautiful and adds the perfect amount of glimmer to the room. Very nicely done... and Merry Christmas to you. xo

Kathleen Grace said...

The Tree and all the decorations look beautiful Jane. I am still trying to decide whether I am ready to take down Christmas and start the New Year fresh. I guess I'll know when the time is right. Your Christmas sounds wonderful. All the family time together is what I love. The gifts are nice, but they don't compare to the joy of our kids and fun food. Looking forward to a new year and new adventures now. Happy New Year!

Marigene said...

Your Christmas sounds like much fun, Jane!
Wishing you and the mister a very Happy New Year!

Mary said...

So sorry to hear of your cousin's death - always very sad but especially so around the holidays.

As for your Christmas prep and happenings, I'm breathless reading about it all dear! You certainly don't sit around waiting for things to happen that's for sure! The baking disasters were messy - makes one wonder if it's all worthwhile doesn't it? Perhaps that's why commercial bakeries do plenty of business at Christmas, let them handle the mess, haha!

Looking forward to your end of year recap - it will definitely be interesting as always!
Love to your fun family dear Jane, and may you and A have the best New Year ever.
Love, M&B XX

Jane@Bluebird1959 said...

Hi Jane! Despite a few mishaps, it looks like you had a love and laughter filled Christmas - sounds perfect to me. Besides, the baking goofs eventually become a funny story!! One year I accidentally baked a seven layer salad - ha! Your home and mantel turned out lovely. Now it's time to sit back and enjoy it for awhile. I am also so sorry to hear of the loss of your cousin, especially difficult at this time of year. But a new year beckons, there's a sweet baby to love in your family and I wish you a very happy new year, from one Jane to another! Jane

Lori said...

My decor is still all up and will be until the weekend ~ I have enjoyed it all so much more this year so I am soaking it all in. You had a busy time filled with food, family and love ~ that grandbaby is adorable. Happy New Year! xo

Art and Sand said...

Your Christmas reminded me of all the times we got together with my father's huge extended family.

How wonderful to have a little one to watch at Christmas. It is so fun to see Christmas through the eyes of babes.

Happy New Year!

Lisa @ Texas Decor said...

Sounds like a wonderful Christmas! I love those cookie boxes from Michael's too. I have a stash of them for future holidays. :) You have so many special ornaments. That's one of my favorite parts of Christmas...pulling out all the ornaments and memories that come with them. Little Elsie is so cute opening her gifts! I bet she had a magical time. Happy New Year!

Carla from The River said...

Hi Jane,
The Christmas grab bag games sound fun. I love laughing to the point of just about peeing my pants. Ha!

Your Christmas sounded like a wonderful time.

Happy New Year,
Carla

Linda@Coastal Charm said...

Jane,
Elise is a doll and having a little one around is always so much fun. Sounds like you need to catch up on some sleep. HAPPY NEW YEAR!!

Blessings,
Linda

Barbara F. said...

I was so looking forward to your after Christmas post, and it did not disappoint. My Christmas was wonderful, the weather here has been insane. It is cooler today but still 53. Rain tomorrow. Not missing a White Christmas at all! Your grandaughter is so adorable, and Emily is such a sweet girl. Too bad she could not operate a "Rent-a-Daughter" company. Wishing you and your family a beautiful and blessed New Year. Hope it is a sweet '16! xo

Michele @ The Nest at Finch Rest said...

Your home - and your sweet little additions to your family - are precious and perfect.

As for the baking disasters - ugh - I feel your pain - I HATE that for you - but don't sweat it - we all have way too many sweets in our life - you did everyone a favor, right? : - )

As for those Michael's boxes - oh yes, those are darling!

I wish you peace, joy, and love now and for the coming New Year. ♥

Traci said...

I'm exhausted reading that! 4:00 am??? There's no way I could've survived the day if I stayed up that late! I didn't do all the decorating that I normally do. I just didn't ever get in the mood. I kept thinking about how much work it is & then how much work it is to take down. Maybe next year. Or maybe not. It seems like Christmas is so different "up north" than it is here in the south. Just about everyone I know has Christmas lunch around noon or 1:00 & there's no chauteaubriand or mashed potatoes! We had a fried turkey & a smoked turkey, ham, broccoli rice casserole, green bean casserole, rolls, cornbread dressing, rice dressing, corn pudding & cranberry sauce. Some years we skip the turkey & have seafood gumbo. It's so interesting to me to see how people in other parts of the country celebrate. You're right about a baby changing Christmas. Wishing you all a wonderful new year!

Benita Roberts said...

What a lovely holiday! I'm so glad that you and your family had a great time...even through the cooking mishaps! Those little things are what make the holiday more interesting and memorable!

I've always heard that presentation is everything and the boxes do make the treats inside look so special! Great idea to put them in the boxes!

Cecilia and Elsie are just adorable! Babies seem to make every holiday extra special! I think the tree after all the presents are gone is so much more inviting and evokes such a feeling of peace...and wants us to sit and enjoy the rest it offers. I love looking at our tree once everything is gone.

Hope you are looking forward to a Happy New Year's Eve and fun on the first day of 2016!! Love and hugs to you!!

ann said...

Your home looks so festive, warm, and welcoming for the holidays. I know what you mean about the enjoying the beauty of the tree. I like to just sit in the dark and enjoy the sparkle and twinkle of the multi colored lights on the tree. Comforting and relaxing. The tree will stay up until after New Year's because we are having company for the holiday, then I will put everything away on the week end. Thanks so much for visiting the Garden Spot and always leaving such sweet comments. Happy New Year.

ann said...

Your home looks so festive, warm, and welcoming for the holidays. I know what you mean about the enjoying the beauty of the tree. I like to just sit in the dark and enjoy the sparkle and twinkle of the multi colored lights on the tree. Comforting and relaxing. The tree will stay up until after New Year's because we are having company for the holiday, then I will put everything away on the week end. Thanks so much for visiting the Garden Spot and always leaving such sweet comments. Happy New Year.

Jill said...

Everything looks so lovely, looks like a great Christmas! Hope you and your family have a very happy, healthy, successful new year!

Blessings,
jill

Linda said...

A perfectly wonderful Christmas!!! I'm glad to hear someone else say they are not in a tear down hurry to put away all the decorations! I worked too hard to not enjoy it for a few more weeks! We hope to leave for a week to 10 days at the camper on the ranch soon.We'll have to wait until the wild weather here in Texas is a bit more calm and the ranch has dried out from all the rain lately! Perhaps I will have the strength to start the UNdecorating process when we get back!!
Loved seeing every photo and hearing about all of your celebrations!!!

Town and Country Gals said...

Jane,
sounds like you had a wonderful, family filled Christmas Holiday! Babies do make it so much more fun, Kailyn and Sarah had a ball, Kailyn had a blast being "Santa" and handing out all the presents and helping Sarah open hers! My sister spent the weekend before TK visiting her daughter who is doing her internship at a hospital in New York and one of the things they did was go see the Carol King play on Broadway. They loved it! The music was great and they learned a lot of interesting things about her life. If you love her like we do, I'm sure you will love it too!
Happy New Year,
Rebecca

Deb @ Frugal Little Bungalow said...

Oh Jane, I think that I had every word to every song of "Tapestry" memorized in middle school :)

Little Elsie...and a tiny new baby...so sweet.

Your living room just looks magical ; warm and cozy and glowing with Christmas cheer.

From the news that I read this morning it looks as if you are having some weather...stay safe and warm! : )

Connie said...

Everything looks so beautiful, looks like you enjoyed a sweet Christmas! The all white mantel is simply lovely, very elegant.
Happy New Year!
Connie :)

Barb @ Bella Vista said...

Hi Janie,

Your tree and room decor all look just so pretty and festive. Enjoy it as long as you can.

The children are all so adorable.

Thanks for your sweet comment. I will out of commission for a while. I wrenched my knee and my leg is in a brace.....lots of bed rest. Yikes.

Happy New Year, my friend.

xo
Barb

Chel @ Sweetbriar Dreams said...

Hi Jane, your home looks so beautiful and festive and I love the mantel! Your Christmas with all your personal touches sounds wonderful and what a wonderful gift Cece is!! Blowing kisses and hugs across the pond to you and yours xx

Heather Lindstrom said...

It looks like the merriest of holidays at your home, Blondie! Isn't the family time simply the best gift? We took the girls to SF for some city time.
Here's to a fantastic new year lovely lady!
xx

Scribbler said...

You have such a way with words -- I always feel like I am right there with you, and your large extended brood. Things are very quiet round here, and that's OK, too, but it is certainly fun to read about what happens in a big family. Have a wonderful New Year!

Jacqueline said...

Sounds like you had a magical and fun Christmas. Sounds so fun to have so many people hosting and helping. Favorite part of Christmas is the little ones, isn't it? Our little three year old (whose family slept over) said, "Grandma, this is the best sleepover ever!

Susie said...

Blondie, I am just getting around to some blogs..I think I am slower this week. I may be tired. LOL. I loved the babies. Your mantle and tree are beautiful. I am so sorry I missed seeing it . You got some lovely gifts...who would not want to see Carole King...I love her. I want to wish you a happy new year. I sure hope we all have a good one. Blessings to you dear friend. xoxo,Susie

Kit said...

Your mantle and tree look wonderful! I am glad you had a good time. I miss all the sparkle, but I do enjoy having less clutter and a cleaner look for January. Have a very good New Year! Hugs, Kit

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