“Silence is important; it’s the only time you can hear the whispering of truth.”
I’ve been extra vigilant on the Christmas book lookout and I found a gem!
Here’s what I’ve been sippin on:
The Christmas Sweater by Glenn Beck
This #1 New York Times bestselling author and renowned radio and television host delivers an instant holiday classic; about boyhood memories, wrenching life lessons, and the true meaning of the gifts we give to one another in love.
If You Could Change Your Life by Reversing Your Biggest Regrets, Sorrows and Mistakes…Would You?
I couldn’t help myself I had to do an extra post to share this book. I started reading it a few days ago and I haven’t been able to put it down. It has been very heartwarming and moving; the perfect holiday read. I will warn those out there who are prone to water works, it’s a good tearjerker.
The Christmas Sweater is a book I know I will re-visit in future years.
“Silence makes you think, and thinking makes you realize that
not all problems are caused by someone else.”
DAY 7 of 12 “The nutcracker sits under the holiday tree, a guardian of childhood stories.
Feed him walnuts and he will crack open a tale…” ~Vera Nazarian
The Nutcracker by Susan Jeffers
Join Marie, Fritz, and the intriguing Nutcracker himself on a magical adventure only possible on a night like Christmas Eve. Behold the frightful Mouse King, the elegant Sugar Plum fairies, and the entire Land of Sweets in this dazzling, gorgeously-illustrated holiday classic. With spare text based on the story in the ballet, this book offers a front-row seat to the charming tale that is a perennial favorite of children and adults alike.
Rated 4.6 on amazon.com
Book Bean: Hot HazelNutmus Nutty deliciousness Heat up desired amount of milk (almond milk works nicely.) When milk is steaming hot add (per ea. cup of of milk) 1/2 tsp cocoa powder, 1 tsp sugar (powder or baker’s,) 1 tsp Nutella, and dash of nutmeg. Whisk until smooth, taste and adjust to taste. Mug and sprinkle with crushed nuts and nutmeg.
Herr Drosselmeyer was “a toy maker, and a wonderful story teller. Clara thought he could even perform magic!”