Thursday, December 17, 2009

Peaceful holiday weekend.

Well folks, where has December gone? As I grow older I realize how the term "time flies" is so very true. One day it's the 4th of July and the next is Christmas. I mean don't get me wrong, I've cherished each gingerbread man and peppermint stick...I've mixed and mingled. I've indulged in sweets and savory treats. I've stayed up late painting the town red. All the while...jingling all the way.

But with all this said..I'm ready for a weekend of peaceful holiday cheer. I'm one of those lucky few to be done shopping, all wrapped and shipped and now I get to enjoy the reason for the season.



A few things that are on my non-crazy holiday weekend MAY include...
- Wearing my "caterer-friend" hat and working a swanky holiday party with Cleveland's richy rich.

- An impromptu brunch with ELEVEN really great women.

- A sampling of fine cheese and wines at Baricelli Inn.

- If I realize I forgot someone on my list, maybe a stop into the Last Minute Market at the Lake Erie Screw Factory.

- Perhaps dinner "Christmas Story Style" at Touch...including Peking Duck.

- A bit of caroling with the Ohio City Singers at Happy Dog.

- Sunday jazz brunch with artists and friends at Flying Fig

- Maybe I'll even go see Santa to sit on his lap and let him know that for Christmas this year all I really want is a glittering of snow and peace of mind in the new year...okay, and maybe a sweater or two from J.Crew! :)

Happy holiday weekend to all and to all a good night.

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2 Comments:

Blogger Cristian Shofar said...

I've noticed the same thing, in regard to time speeding up around the holidays compared to when I was younger, where it felt as if the week of Christmas lasted a month long itself, and each day slowly creeping along.

But yes, a nice slow weekend is a welcome occurrence right about now and involvement in some holiday activities can maybe slow that clock a little, even if its just for a few days.

December 18, 2009 at 5:38 PM  
Anonymous Valerie said...

As one of the members of Cleveland Handmade, thanks for mentioning the Last Minute Market.

It was estimated we had some 3000 people attend, and it was a tremendous success and a lot of fun.

December 24, 2009 at 1:09 PM  

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