Each day comes bearing its own gifts. Untie the ribbons.
Ruth Ann Schabacker
Recipe for a Merry Christmas
Blend equal parts of Faith and Hope mixed well with Charity;
Stir in Good Will and Sweet Content and Precious Memory.
Add Kindness, Helpfulness and Joy; of Gratitude don’t spare;
Then drop by drop Love’s Essence see, and Praises freely share.
And don’t forget such spices rare as Laughter, Smiles, and Fun.
Taste often for the best results. (’Tis seen to mince upon).
Now add a Thankful Heart and the, the recipe’s complete.
Your Merry Christmas all will like…so try the season’s treat.
Esther Lloyd Dauber
Give the gift of a recipe. Everyone loves to eat, and many people love to cook. Share your secret salsa recipe of grandma’s pie crust technique.
I gave a hand made cookbook one year for a gift for my children which included all of their childhood favorites. After they all left home, I often received calls for recipes they loved and so I thought this was one gift they’d all appreciate.
So give the gift of great recipes and surprise someone with one for cookies, fudge or holiday breads.
I wish we could put up some of the Christmas spirit in jars and open a jar of it every month.
Until the ribbons...