Baking Spree: The Donouement

How did it all turn out?  I don’t really know, actually.  I mean, I know I came home with a variety of yummy cookies, but I don’t know if they liked mine.  Maybe I’ll hear about it later…  I went over to my neighbor’s house last night all decked out for the holidays (or as decked out as I get) – I wore a red sweater, snowflake earrings, and my Christmas socks, although no one could see them since I wore my fuzzy boots.  (The socks and earrings, like every other Christmas-themed item I own, were gifts from my mother-in-law.)  I brought my required cookies (3 dozen chocolate chip cookies, NO toffee – nuts were forbidden, and the toffee I bought was made with almonds), some peppermint bark and toffee bark for each person in the exchange (those were gifts, not exchange items.  I figured toffee would be okay for that.), and a couple of the toffee chocolate chips for our hostess, who’s not afraid of nuts. We poured some wine, had some dinner, talked A LOT, exchanged some cookies, and came home.  Fun.  Also cookies.  What’s not to like about a cookie exchange?

  • Wombat Central posted: 15 Dec at 7:03 pm

    My holiday socks and earrings were also gifts from my MIL. ;D

  • Momma B posted: 15 Dec at 8:08 pm

    My mother-in-law never gave me Christmas socks or earrings. And, Z, I’m sure they loved your cookies. Glad you had a good time. Make sure Corey sends you the video of Gaby’s solo as an angel in the church Christmas pageant. Talk about mis-cast! She was wonderful.

  • Zannah posted: 16 Dec at 8:21 pm

    No, your mother-in-law wouldn’t’ve. Are you saying your granddaughter isn’t an angel? Isn’t that breaking the grandmother code?

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