Don’t forget festive libations, including for designated drivers. This is my Black Tea Sangria, served over ice, with apple slices, mandarin orange slices, and frozen raspberries, then topped off with tonic water. I’m still looking for a good name for this mocktail. Have any suggestions?
Don’t forget to spend a little time in nature to get away from the hustle and bustle for preparing for the holdiays…
May everyone travel safely…
Warmest wishes to you for a most lovely holiday season!
Every now and then, we have guests stay with us who have a special story that I would like to share. This week, we had some guests from New Mexico stay with us who were picking up a car that was having some work done on it in Kansas City.
That car was the gentleman’s father’s 1950 Ford Woody Wagon. Our guest has spent the last six years having it restored.
The man lived in Kansas when he inherited the automobile and started having work done on it. The final stage of the restoration was having the interior reupholstered in KC.
The gentleman and his wife retired to New Mexico, where his family lived when his father bought the car new.
It is truly a beauty. The couple should have great road trips in the Woody!