More Socks and Celebrations


Merry Christmas Eve!  I am the only one up this morning as of yet, I'm playing Christmas music and thought I'd do a quick post.  The past few days I've finished the preparations and the plannings, and while I sat during breaks, I cast on many projects. The socks in the photo below and a cowl and a sweater and there is more in my head floating around....

There is nothing like new projects on the needles to make your heart sing.  I'm soaking up a full house, yes, it is very messy.  Baking is happening once a day, which leads to sampling throughout the day as well.  Oh well, soon enough January 1st will be here, the sweets will be gone and so will the kids.  My husband and I will return to "healthy eating" (non sweets except a bite of chocolate and lots of salads!).

If you are celebrating, I hope your holiday season is merry and bright, filled with family and friends!!



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  1. Have a festive and fun filled holiday! I love being the first one up (like right now), a bit of quiet before the storm.

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  2. dear karen,
    wonderful sockyarn!!!
    i wish you and your family a merry christmas!!
    take care,
    regina

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  3. Your tree is beautiful Karen. And I'm loving that sock yarn! I wish you and your entire family a very Merry Christmas!

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  4. Merry Christmas Karen!! Many blessings to you and your family in the New Year!!!

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    1. Sending you lots of heathy well wishes for your new year, merry Christmas and enjoy your family!!

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  5. I see we both are of the "the more ornaments on the tree the better" mindset. :-) Your tree is beautiful! Like you, I was up early and by myself and enjoyed the quiet time. It will be just the four of us, but we have a fun day planned. Going out for lunch, catching a movie and later on (like we do it in Germany) "Bescherung" (exchanging gifts). Have a very merry Christmas!!

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  6. Merry Christmas! The socks are looking great and enjoy all the baking :)

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  7. Merry Christmas to you and your family. And happy knitting, too! I'm looking forward to a long car ride to see my in-laws so I can work on my first cardigan. It's getting so close to being done.

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  8. Awesome socks! !! Merry Christmas Karen!

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  9. Wishing you a very lovely time with your loved ones.

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  10. Glad to see you're still casting on! Merry Christmas, Karen. Enjoy your family time.

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  11. ohhh the sweater pattern is so pretty. And the socks! Love them
    Merry merry. Yes I'll go back to the elliptical on Saturday!

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  12. The best and worst thing about making cookies: You have lots of cookies around to eat!

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  13. merry christmas to you too! We already celebrated tonight and now I am quite knackered and glad to be in my bed.

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  14. that tree is so beautiful full and bright!!! a very blessed and merry Christmas to you and your family!

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  15. Love the tree and beautiful yarn, Merry Christmas.

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