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Breaking Bread

chivesbread008.jpgI just wanted to pop on here tonight to wish everyone a very Merry Christmas and if you don’t celebrate Christmas, I wish you a wonderful day. It amazes me now that I am a parent how exciting it is to see Christmas through the eyes of my children. I hope that as you celebrated this day, you were able to find the magic and joy of the season and that you have a sense of peace, happiness and hope when you look forward to the coming year.

They say that breaking bread with others is a sincere way of sharing our hearts, minds, and homes with people… it’s an act of peace and graciousness.  My wish for you is that you always have someone to break bread with.Merry Chrismtas!

Kristen

One week ago today, I dished about  Our Annual Chrismtas Party.

Over at our family blog, I dished about The One That Got Away.

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Comments

  1. Enjoy these early years…with kids it is about the magic of the holidays.
    Merry Christmas Y’all!

  2. We are enjoying it so much! I’ll post pictures tomorrow in the family blog… we had a magical day.

  3. Kristen, I’m a little late (with all the craziness in my kitchen I didn’t have time to come here before) but I wish you all the best. It’s been great to know your lovely blog and I also thank you for supporting mine.

    This bread looks delicious!

  4. Thanks dear! My wish is for every good thing in this world to always come your way. Merry Christmas!

  5. What a beautiful way to say it. Christmas is so all about through the eyes of the little children. But it goes on all year long! Enjoy.

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