Boxing Day Traditions

Every choice we make can be a celebration of the world we want. ~ Frances Moore Lappe

December 26 marks Boxing Day for Common Wealth nations. The British Hubby and I always celebrate this day with Christmas crackers and lamb. This year it was amazing lamb burgers. Being married to a Brit, I often receive numerous questions about Boxing Day (no it is not a sporting event). It dates back to the Middle Ages and possibly even Roman times, but many countries have Boxing Day traditions. You can read more here. We also like to listen to the Queen’s Christmas Message016.JPG

Burt and Ernie had different ideas on how to spend Boxing day.


Yes, Burt fell asleep in the box.

Stay tuned for an update on my long abandoned wips.

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