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Food on Fridays Participants1. Never Fail Pie Crust, Awards and GiveawayFood on Fridays with AnnYou are absolutely welcome here and I’m glad to share this space with you on Christmas Day.What’s your Christmas breakfast like?In the morning we’re having cinnamon rolls from a can.We were going to have Trader Joe’s chocolate croissants like this:
But we made a mistake and bought “mini croissants” instead (with no chocolate).
Once we realized our mistake and shed a few tears, we agreed we would be fine with plain croissants—perhaps with a bit of Nutella spread on them while warm—and cinnamon rolls from a can.
While enjoying the Nutella-smeared croissants and rolls, we’ll light the Christ candle in our Advent wreath, read some Scripture, pray, and then exchange gifts … all while dealing with a sugar high first thing in the morning.
I hope we can keep our focus.
Small traditions help keep our focus.
The Christ candle (which was, by the way, the unity candle at our wedding) is placed in the center of the Advent wreath as a reminder.
It reminds me that’s right where He belongs in my life, as well … in the center.
Get ready … Mega Memory Month returns January 2010!