We are freshly home from two days of Christmas travel (arriving home LATE last night and doing little else than brush my teeth and read a paragraph of my current read before passing out—not literally—until this morning) and I have a fair share to do to feel “caught up”.
(Can someone tell me, please, exactly what that feels like?)
And so, in addition to these wonderful post-family feelings that I have in my heart, I also have a sense of “Where—oh, where—to even BEGIN?” And the answer to that is:
With blogging, of course.
Here is some free holiday advice should you find that you need it. The question is: What does one do with a Bûche de Noël snafu?
(Note to self: Let your yule log cool completely before adding the filling and attempting to frost.)
(And do not try to assemble it with exactly one hour to spare before leaving for Mass.)
Anyway, yes, what does one do with a Bûche de Noël snafu?
Why, she makes a Christmas trifle, of course!
And she smiles when she serves it, saying, “I meant to do that.”
(My girls, of course, know better.)
How is your Christmas going? ☺