It was an unusually warm Christmas on the Gulf Coast.
Eighty degrees and humid!
Christmas Eeyore watching the neighbor kids play.
But you know what they say about the weather.
"Just give it a few minutes. It'll change."
I had a serious paralytic episode before Christmas.
I haven't blogged about it yet, but I will eventually
over on the HKPP blog.
At any rate, I was relieved to be mobile again by
Christmas morning. I couldn't drive, but I carpooled to rural
Alabama for festivities with my brother, sis in law, and her family.
Like a good Creole-Cajun, I made dirty rice.
I'm not a baker, but these cookie bars turned out well.
SWOON! These lemon cookies turned out REALLY well.
I'm not big on material things, but I received so many
lovely gifts from all over the country.
My Amazon wish list was bombarded by friends this year.
My heart is full.
Awesomeness from my friends at Whovians of the Gulf Coast!
I wear knee-high socks year-round thanks to Muscular Dystrophy.
These supplements are a vital part of my Muscular Dystrophy regimen.
Insurance doesn't pay for them because they're over the counter.
Very thankful to have received enough to last a year.
The holidays aren't always easy, but I had a nice Christmas.