Christmas Goodies

First of all, I of course got to unwrap the mystery pacakge from a totally unexpected early visit by Santa back in November …

… which turned out to contain a set of absolutely gorgeous quilted mug rugs that will go perfectly with my tableware, living room furniture and just about everything else. Thank you so much, Jenn and Lyn; they are perfect! They’re also more than timely, as lately I’ve taken to dump the mug of tea that’s always sitting next to my laptop onto whatever sheet of paper ends up doing double duty as my mousepad … and of course these are is SO infinitely much nicer!!


And on Boxing Day my BFF Gaby came over for tea, and this is what she gave me:

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