HAPPY NEW YEAR!
I left you with promises of more to come but I – as I suspect everybody- got caught in Christmas preparations, which means I was diligently working on the “more” part just haven’t got any time to post it! I need to work on my time management this year…
Then January came…and went while I was sick. Winter in Greece is cheeky; the sun is out but it’s windy so in the shade you’re cold, in the sun you’re hot. Getting sick? -Absolutely inevitable.
But that’s all behind us now (for good I hope, at least for this year) and we can concentrate on lovelier things… like crafting!
So, the projects I didn’t get to show you last time include treats I made for my daughters’ classmates and teachers. There were chocolate-spoons (for stirring in milk), chocolate bars in snowman-disguise and Christmas inspired, spicy loose-tea mixes for cold nights to come.
My older daughter even composed a song for the chocolate milk spoons:
Rudolf, the red nose raindeer
has a very shiny nose,
and if you sing together
Rudolf’s antlers’ll jingle more.
Then at midnight Christmas Eve,
Santa came to say,
Rudolf, give those kids some treat
chocolate-spoon in milk to drink.
All of the kids love Rudi
and everyone is so happy,
Mister, go play a song
so everybody can sing along.
Kids and teachers equally enjoyed the treats.