Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Tea Time with Tiffany #29 - Merry Christmas! Looking forward to fun new adventures in the new year...

Hi all! This is a very special Merry Christmas episode of:

Yay! Today I talk about Christmas staycation plans, a holiday craft update with show and tell, the Downton Abbey knit-along, and excitement about the coming new year. Oh, and my Thomas Kinkade chiming clock started playing a Christmas carol right in the middle of the video, AND this was already a re-shoot because my webcam was doing that weird, annoying color flickering thing on the first take. Such is the way of things when you don't know what you are doing.

Items mentioned in this episode:
  • 2015 was a great year, and I look forward to only more goodness in 2016!
  • My troupe has new dance costumes. :0 Expect lots of excited squealing and frantic bead repair in the new year!
  • Downton Abbey Mystery knit-along and crochet-along.
  • Holiday crafting update.
What are your Christmas and New Years plans, dear reader? Tell me all about it in the comments. I'll be on blogging hiatus through the holidays, but rest assured that I will be with you again on the afternoon of January 4th. Until then, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year!!!


  1. Merry Christmas, Tiffany!! We will be staying home for the holidays since all of our immediate family live nearby. So, there will lots of visiting, present opening and eating going on the next few days. Hope you have a good one!!

  2. Merry Christmas to you & yours, Cindy! So grateful to have you here. <3

  3. Belated Merry Christmas, happy New Year, and hopes for the best in the new year! I love your comment on the liturgical year. Our family is referencing the liturgical year as well. My family was very busy with busy-ness and therefore did not put our tree up until Christmas Eve. (Christmas Eve tree trimming was actually my family's tradition when I was a child, as real Christmas trees are much less expensive at 3:30 p.m. on Christmas Eve, but Husband has never been especially hot on the idea.) Husband and I agreed that this year we are leaving the tree up during the liturgical Christmas season as a trial of a new custom, rather than the more typical Thanksgiving to New Year format. That's our story and we are sticking to it;)

    1. Hi Amy! I love your tree timing idea. I would LOVE to do that, but am outvoted in my house. ;-) I still demand that they recognize it remains Christmas in other ways!


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