Friday, December 24, 2010

twas the night before Christmas....

Baking
and...
Something for the kids.
A new recipe I'm going to try this year!
The only question is...
What are spice drops?
I bought these cinnamon drops in the
decoration/baking isle
hoping they will work.
:/
Practicing
The piano for the Christmas Eve service tonight!
Wrapping
The last minute gifts....
and....
ALL those little things that go in the stockings.
I dread wrapping a bit.
EIGHT stockings!!
EEEeeeK!!!

and the most important thing...
REMEMBERING
Christ's birth.

Merry Christmas to YOU!!!

9 comments:

  1. Merry Christmas to you. Looks like you have great plans! Spice drops look like this:
    http://www.giftbasketsupplies.com/catalog/300379.html

    But I think any candy, especially the kind you picked, would work just as well.

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  2. Have a wonderful service tonight and Merry Christmas!

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  3. spice drops look like gum drops but have cinnamonon, clove, etc flavors

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  4. Merry Christmas, Beth! Looks like some good cooking, I hope your church service goes well, too.

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  5. Spice drops are as JayTe said. My parents owned a bakery when I was growing and one of my favorite cookes was "Gumdrop cookies". Made with gumdrops and walnuts and rolled in coconut before baking, a sort of crisp oatmeal cookie. Now thinking of these--being reminded of the blend of all those flavors--I may need to bake some!

    Merry Christmas, Beth!

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  6. i'd never heard of spice drops, so i googled them....

    http://www.candywarehouse.com/spicedrops.html

    lovely looking cake!!! what a neat idea!

    you are the sweetest!!

    Merry Christmas to you too!!!
    xo
    eva

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  7. Merry Christmas to you too, Beth!

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  8. I LOVE spice srops. My old neighbor used to buy them for his wife who he called Twiggie. She called them spicy gums because she never could remember what they were called. They are yummy! Just little gum drops with spice added in. Great with a cup of tea!

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  9. Spice drops are AMAZING - you can find them at Easter fairly easily (go figure) -

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