I love November!

November is my favorite month of the year. It’s my birthday month – and I get to celebrate all month long! I got my first gift yesterday – this amazing, fun sweatshirt from my business partner, Pam! I love it – and it’s warm! Just perfect for layering on my walks!

My birthday is always “around” thanksgiving, but my family makes a point of celebrating my special day! Them cooking food and my favorite cake just makes my day! This season is my favorite too! The excitement of the first “keeping” snowfall and the nip in the air is new and fresh and exciting.

Enjoying warm drinks and digging out the sweaters brings back memories of snow days – kids staying home from school, watching the blizzard from inside our warm home, making tomato soup and grilled cheese for lunch, and mixing up a batch of pre-Christmas cookies!

It’s also time to start listening to holiday music and watching those shows we must see every year. The Charlie Brown Thanksgiving Special which first aired on Nov. 20, 1973, is a sweet reminder that even when things don’t go as planned, friends and family are what make Thanksgiving special. It won’t be broadcast this year, but thanks to Apple TV+ you can stream it all month!

Another exciting development this year was our family re-building our “happy place” up north. It’s very close to being ready, and I just know it will provide so many amazing memories in the years to come – Look how beautiful it is with the snowfall in the woods!

One more thing…

A timeless holiday tradition in Minnesota – 

A miserly and miserable man, Ebenezer Scrooge greets each Christmas with “Bah! Humbug!” until he is visited one Christmas Eve by the Ghosts of Christmas Past, Christmas Present and Christmas Future. In Charles Dickens’ beloved classic, the three spirits show Scrooge happy memories from his past, difficult realities from the present and a grim future should he continue his closed-hearted ways. Throughout his journey, Scrooge is forced to reckon with the man he has become and contemplate the man he could be — but only if his restless night leads to a change of heart by morning. Artistic Director Joseph Haj returns to direct this heartwarming holiday tradition for all ages. Event details & tickets from the Guthrie…

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