Whew, now that my frenzied rush to get the house ready for company has subsided, I can take a minute to look around me and see what's the holiday haps in the blogosphere.
I've been enjoying Kat's Christmas music postings. She promises just Christmas music from now until Christmas Day. I'll bet there's something there you've never heard in this eclectic collection. Go have a listen.
Speaking of music... here's a bump to the Coffee Hymn, recorded by my aunt and myself, written/arranged by D, of Third World County. It has nothing to do with the season, just a cute worshipful tune for those of us who love the holy bean.
Cindy of Cup of Tea & a Blog is still lost, traveling in parts unknown. We miss you Cindy! Come home safe!
Fortune of BCCY is traveling too, doing the Tassie circuit. I can't say I'd like to be traveling in Tasmania at Christmas-time, but ... each to their own.
Chuck of Cafe Metaphoric must be as busy as I've been these last few weeks. But I see he likes my Christmas Coffee recipe. Thanks Chuck! And he's got a good list of Coffee Lover Gift ideas for those of you who still need last minute gifts.
Here's another one from Tea Posur, who is now 24 (oh, to be 24 again!) - Earl Grey Cocoa. Sounds interesting. I'll have to try it.
Well, that's all the blogsurfing I can do this morning. I'm going to make Christmas cookies today. Every year my mom and I used get together and spend an entire day cooking and baking. We'd have coffee and make batches of CCCCCC for gifts (and eating) and sugar cookies for the gift baskets (and eating). I'm hoping her spirit will join me this morning as I bake. I've modified our sugar cookie recipe a bit, I hope she won't mind. The big question, the really big question, is ... shall I have cookies for breakfast?