Season’s Greetings, Bookworms! We spent Thanksgiving at home, just the three of us. I mean, it’s not the holiday we’d have liked to have, but on the upside, we were able to put up our Christmas decorations in a leisurely fashion. Plus we had a bunch of leftovers. I bought more Redi-Whip than anyone could… Read more »
Salutations, Bookworms! Just wanted to wish those who celebrate a very Merry Christmas and a Happy Monday to those who do not. Enjoy the day however you choose to spend it, and know that this little nugget wishes you well!
Guest Post at I’m Lost in Books!
Howdy Bookworms! I’m guest posting today over at I’m Lost in Books. Becca is running a glorious Holiday Extravaganza and I seized the opportunity to evangelize on the glories of Christmas tree ornaments. You should go check it out. There are pictures, and Crazy Aunt Katie is on full display. *P.S. If you’re doing holiday… Read more »
A Video Christmas Card
Hi Bookworms! I wanted to create a video Christmas card for you because I’m going to be going off the grid for a few days to celebrate. I included the text below the video in case any of you wanted to read as opposed to watching. I certainly don’t blame you. (Although the video does… Read more »
Merry Christmas To All, And To All A Good Night
God Rest Ye Merry Bookworms, Let nothing you dismay. I’ll be back to writing for you After Christmas Day. My husband sits here being weird, And I think that’s okay. Oh, tidings of comfort and joy, Comfort and Joy. Ooooh-oh ti-idings of co-omfort and joy!
God Bless Us, Every One: A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens
Happy Monday, Bookworms. In honor of the holiday season, I decided to re-read my all-time favorite holiday story, A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens. It’s a classic tale of redemption and good triumphing over indifference. In light of all that’s gone on in recent days, I think it’s helpful to focus on some of the… Read more »
A Christmas Miracle: The Most Glorious Tale of the Wrapping Paper
I like to buy wrapping paper on sale after Christmas. I’m rather particular about the paper, as I prefer penguin print (which comes as a surprise to exactly no one.) Last year I found myself wrought with the most frustrating of first world problems: wrapping paper storage. They make these lovely tubs to store wrapping… Read more »
Haul Out The Holly: A Redbird Christmas by Fannie Flagg
Ho ho ho, my little Bookworms! (I know not all of you celebrate Christmas, so on behalf of humanity, I apologize for you having to deal with this craziness every December. However… Saying “ho ho ho” is humorous on a number of levels, so I’m standing by my greeting.) I’ve mentioned before that I love… Read more »
Top Ten Tuesday: Santa Baby
Hello Bookworms! It’s Tuesday again, and thus time for another Top Ten list! Thanks to the ladies over at The Broke and the Bookish, I shall never again have writer’s block on a Tuesday! Without further ado: The Top Ten Books I Wouldn’t Mind Getting From Santa 1. Coming Home by Rosamunde Pilcher. I know it seems… Read more »