Hello my dear readers….if it is Monday at 8.m….. it is celebrate your story # 158!!!!!
Are you beginning to feel the rush for getting things done or are you one of those who has the shopping done, wrapped and sitting by the fire drinking hot cocoa?
I have to confess I still have packages to wrap and send off to other states.
I have sent gift cards which is much easier…but then I feel guilty or I see something one of the little grands would like and well…you get the picture.
And the beat goes on…as the song goes.
So let’s get started with the Link Party choices from last week.
I love pears and this dessert is so beautiful that I can’t wait to try it.
I make wassail each year at Christmas and this recipe will be another must have for our Christmas dinner.
Small touches of Christmas is the theme from the Little Yellow Corner Store.
You will note the hutch, doors, wreaths and so much more with splashes of red and green.
All the decor is not too much…just right and lovely.
This featured post looks so delicious and also easy to prepare.
It was submitted by Marilyn of Marilyn’s Treats and it is a homestyle chicken and biscuits casserole.
I can’t wait to try this recipe for a quick and easy chicken and biscuit meal.
And the most clicked post feature is Pam at Everyday Living with her beautiful 6, count them 6 Christmas Tablescapes!!
Wow! They are so pretty and each one with a unique way of setting her dining room table.
Plenty of inspiration with these 6 tablescapes.
If you would like to be featured in Celebrate Your Story next week, please add your link after clicking on the little blue frog below. Join our Link Party and we will pick our favorites each and every week.
The rules for sharing your favorite post with us and getting a chance to be featured in next week’s ‘Celebrate Your Story’ are simple.
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And don’t forget to click on the blue frog below, to add your link to our party; clicking on the “blue frog ” will take you to my link page, where you will click “add your link” and the rest is easy peasy.