Do you need any last minute food gifts to give to family or friends?? I have the best Microwave Peanut Brittle that comes from my high school friend, Lois. It is so incredibly easy and the BEST!
Lois (on the bottom left), and me (on the bottom right) were in theater together in high school, and this was not a class that we got credit for, either. Our play director was Sister Phillip, and we practiced in the evenings during the school week. We did not have to try out, if I recall correctly, as Sister Phillip just cast us to what she thought was the best fit. The photo above was in our local Columbus, Ohio newspaper for the promotion of The Imaginary Invalid. Lois and I also were in You Can't Take It With You, which if you've never seen the play, is about an znay, eccentric family with one normal person (played by me), who reluctantly, wants to bring her fiance and his parents home to meet her family. The moral of the story is that you can have all the riches in the world, but if you're not happy, "you can't take it with you". We had such fun our Junior and Senior years! Lois and I also worked together at a snack bar at a swimming pool in the summertime.
I'm using my December Royal Albert teacup that my friend gifted me from her late mother's collection.
My late beloved Dad gifted me this sweet Goebel angel and baby Jesus, back in 1979 (I wrote it on the underside!).
My youngest son, Kevin, gifted this tea set when he was just a little boy.
My late friend, Kathryn, gifted me this sweet angel.
My late beloved hubby made me this beautiful wooden box the Christmas before he passed away. It's always on my dining room table. My friend, Cheryl, at Homespun Devotions honored me by including my treasured memory in her post, which can be found here.
My four children gifted me with this beautiful nativity set years ago.
Thank you for your visit! xo
I am sharing this with these lovely parties: