I was too comatose yesterday to even think about blogging. The past two days have been filled with wrapping, cooking, opening, eating, drinking, and just trying to maintain a calm household.
I’ve really enjoyed these past couple of days. When I have time and am not completely drained of energy, I love to cook. The prepping is soothing. The cooking and baking is fulfilling. The eating is, sometimes, outstanding. I wouldn’t call myself a good cook because I have messed up many a meal but overall, I think I do alright.
Christmas Eve Dinner: Hot Crab & Artichoke Dip, Bread, Salad, and Filet Mignon (for Steve)
Christmas Dinner: Bison Pot Roast (for Steve), Turk’y Roast (for me), Cranberry Sauce, Sweet Potatoes and Salad
The highlight of our Christmas extravaganza was watching Pongo’s excitement rise as he realized…there were presents under the tree! I don’t know what changed for him because last year it took all we had to get him interested in opening presents.
But this year…he was OUT OF CONTROL!
The only thing that seemed to calm him down was putting on his new survey vest–a present from Papa.
Poor Reid just didn’t seem to be enjoying herself like she usually does.
I’m guessing she was annoyed at Pongo’s overly exuberant enthusiasm.
And, the fact that he kept trying to steal all of her presents, which was absolutely not allowed. As you probably can figure out, there was A LOT of redirection going on.
After the animals were satiated with opening gifts, Steve and I also enjoyed our Christmas morning.
And what was suppose to be mine…
is now his. Oh well, that’s what happens when you have a baby head.