This week I set up the miniature nativity scenes on windowsills. Two new ones are: one from my SIL in Argentina, simply adorable; and another that reminds me of Stephan's ice sculptures. Like ice, it is difficult to photograph.
Speaking of Stephan (Chef-son) he is in New York state. Ice carving competition season has begun.
Monday Night Dinner at Chef's was great fun. Small, the core group, but good food and great stories.
Here, some of the Christmas decor, including Karen's own ceramic nativity in the center.
And speaking of the DIL, she had surgery this week--the second bunionectomy.
Mike continues to work at the Red Barn setting up the art room. This week he installed the kiln found on Craigslist and converted to single fase electricity. It came with some extras such as the POTTERY sign.
Teaching Spanish continues. One more week, then the worst--grading finals and calculating semester grades.
The commute has been okay so far, only one day of hazardous weather. Most of the time I enjoy the sunrise so much that my camera is clicking constantly. Hmmmm, that may be even more dangerous.
Center Stage Dance Studio had their Christmas program Wednesday and Kayla participated in every session from 4:30 to 9:00 pm. I was there for the first and Mike for the last.
Kayla is in the back row on the left. A couple years ago she and I made some of the aprons they wore for this "We got hot chocolate" number.
These were the leftovers. A quick photo at the end of a long day when I realized I had taken NO pictures.