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Last Post of the Year! *sniff sniff*

I have always relished the unreality of the week between Christmas and New Year’s. Not quite back to normal, or business as usual — and there’s New Year’s Eve to look forward to. As a teen, I had this fantasy that someday I’d throw a fabulous black-tie NYE extravaganza. It’s yet to happen, but the
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WHITE CHRISTMAS EVE!

Here’s nephew Luke’s Elf on the Shelf. His name is Jack. We found him by the Nutella jar this morning. A good place to be, non? The weathermen in Oklahoma are particularly amazing when it comes to Oklahoma-specific weather, such as tornadoes. Or thunderstorms. But snow? Well, to be fair, we’re just not that good
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An Oklahoma White Christmas

I hope you are all having an amazing Christmas Eve! For quite possibly the first time in my life, it’s a white Christmas!

Chez Larsson’s Sugar Cube Building

After last year’s semi-disastrous gingerbread/grahamcracker house fiasco, I have an all new respect for any kind of edible cottage or building. Martha makes it look so easy. I assure you, it is most definitely not. Today I hopped over to Chez Larsson’s awesome blog to catch up on all of her Christmas happenings and my
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