To slow down even more, this year
Otherwise, we ate leftover Cap'n Crunch french toast for breakfast, put the angel on the tree, put Baby Jesus in the manger of our cheapo Walmart Nativity, opened gifts, tested out Biff's new toy at the airport, and ate sushi for Christmas lupper. Super-duty low key day, which is likely to be a good thing given all the hustle and bustle coming up in the next few days.
And while I'd LOVE to be surrounded by family and friends on Christmas, sometimes it just doesn't work out that way. Doesn't mean a good time can't be had by all those involved.
Whatever your celebrations, no matter how many or few of you were in attendance, may this Christmas and the upcoming New Year find you well, at peace, and absolutely SOAKED in the goodwill I'm sending out via super-secret mojo dance moves. I'm better than Psy, baby.
Tiff out, in search of boubon cubes. (NO, not this kind, though that now sounds like something I need to make. Think more like bourbon balls, only shaped like cubes. Because why be normal?).