Well, as the snow is falling (and piling up) today, I find I have the urge for “nesting” and enjoying all of those winter comfort foods. It is the kind of day that you KNOW you should be getting SOMETHING done, but truth be told….you don’t want to do anything. So, what do you do? I decided I would first indulge in the winter comfort food effect. A hearty vegetable and chicken soup is bubbling as I type. The aroma is wonderful and I can’t wait for dinner! Even better than dinner will be tonight, ahh the thought of the left-overs for another cold winter day.
The grown-up in me tells me, “come on…there are so many things on that darn TO DO LIST, get moving!” So I decided since the soup is doing its thing, I would at least (finally) get my 2010 Wassail Week-end pictures out on the blog. As I pick and choose which pictures will make ‘the cut”, it is nice to relive the magic and fun of one of the best events in Woodstock all year. Our wonderful Canterbury House guests totally embraced all that Wassail Week-end had to offer. It was great to see Wayne and Marybeth, our newlyweds again. They got engaged Wassail week-end 2009 and lucky for us, they made the Canterbury House part of their memories. Our first timers to Wassail…David, Melody, Bill, Sandy, Tom, Lynn and last but not least Angela and Donna (they came ALL the way from North Carolina) didn’t miss doing anything. From Pentangle’s show on Friday, the House Tour, Historical Society tour to the “10″ concert AND of course the parade. Whew, so many things for one week-end. So, here is a little view of all the fun. I know, December is a LONG way off, but it is never to early to think about visiting Woodstock for Wassail Week-end (December 9th through the 11th, 2010. It is a great gift to give to yourself!