le bonhomme de neige

Phillip had his Christmas concert tonight. It was adorable, if a bit unintelligible. That's him, right in the centre.

Tomorrow is my last day of work before the break, and I can't wait. An assortment of special people are here visiting (yay!), and I am looking forward to relaxing with everyone and just soaking in the season.

Lastly for tonight, I have delivered my last straggling bars of soap to Yarmouth Natural this morning. There won't be any more delivered there before Christmas, and apparently they've been flying out of the store, so now's your chance. My shelves here at home are bare, too! What a lovely situation to be in. Thank you so much if you ordered some soap from me this season - I hope that it's enjoyed in good health.


  1. Anonymous12/16/2011

    Cute ! Cute ! A pretty big class. I bet everyone had fun. My last day at work for two weeks also. I'm looking forward to relaxing with my lovely family. This year I tried to keep it as simple as possible. I won't try and make all the recipes I have on my list...that would be rediculous. I'd like to go visit in the new year if that's OK. Thank you so much for the lovely card; I was a wee bit late this year in sending mine out. Hopefully they will reach their destinations before the big day. Happy holidays !!!!! Vickie PS: I saw Adam on Eastlink TV last night.

  2. Uh oh, Vickie, did I sound as ridiculous as I felt?

  3. Phillip looks like he's really belting out the holiday magic.

    I like his style.

  4. Anonymous12/16/2011

    Adam, you were a natural. Very interesting interview. Vickie

  5. Glad that it's called a Christmas concert! So civilized in NS! Oh, I'm still working on my star anise soap, so lucky me! Merry Christmas to you, Sherrie, and to your wonderful family. Best of everything to you in 2012. Love, love, love your blog.


Thanks so much for your comments - I read and appreciate each one! Sorry about the word verification - the spammers found me and it became necessary. Thanks for taking the time to comment!