Here we are at the end of another wonderful year. I was thinking about doing one of those posts about all of the awesome stuff that happened to me this year, but realized that it would be too long, and people would get bored. So let me say this: I have a wonderful fiance and a wonderful family. I have amazing friends, both the new friends in St. Louis and my old friends from all over. I make my living as a photographer and I love my job. Further more, my job is increasingly focused on food and drink, which, as Martha says, is a good thing.
Merry Christmas everyone! I was lucky enough to see a few snowflakes at my parent’s house in Pennsylvania on Christmas Eve, although today on the actual day of Christmas it is very mild and the beautiful snow is melting quickly. We are sitting around in the living room while the ham cooks in the kitchen, stuffing our faces with all kinds of Christmas goodies, drinking coffee, and trying to figure out when exactly is an appropriate time to start drinking. My feeling is that it’s Christmas, so there is no point in the day that is too early for a cocktail.