Hail Brave hearts
Brave the snow. It’s wintery Christmas outside and the warm glow of Christmas inside. It’s the happiest time of the year!
The dear birth that gives us so much joy. The angels, the choirs, the carols, heartwarming stories, this season is a gift. It’s a gift of love, of charity, of goodwill. The joy that fills our hearts this season, blessed child. The Adoration. The gift that never stops giving.
Oh most beautiful life, oh blessed savior, come to us. In our prayers there is hope in our minds there is light. Shine brightly. Shine for all of us, this holiday season.
The warm cozy fire, is a Canadian tradition. Hot chocolate, sweet treats, candy and cookies. The smell of a Christmas dinner baking in the oven. All of the good things of the home.
Its an exciting time of friends, family, parties and laughter, new recipes to try:
1 package of candy canes, ground. divided in half
1 package of cream cheese softened
2 heaping tablespoons of icing sugar
2 heaping tablespoons of flour
1 package of white chocolate melted
Cream the cream cheese in a bowl, add half of the ground candy canes, sugar and flour. Mix together, form into one inch balls. Dip the balls into the melted chocolate and then coat with the remaining ground candy canes. They’re ready to eat.
The joy of the season is upon us, good eats, good company, good treats.
Written by Dr. Louise Hayes
December 23, 2022