lundi 26 décembre 2022

Lockdown Xmas!

 
It was a rather strange Christmas this year!
I was locked down with covid and no visits
Except my daughter who ventured to bring some Xmas food for us and our presents!
We wore both a thick masks 😷 
Mr L did the shopping and went to get the Xmas log I ordered  previously to bring at my daughter’s, but we finally ate it during these two days.
The next day my daughter went for à bicycle ride and was bitten by a German shepherd at the leg!
I hope next Christmas will be better and with our family.



We had a very, very quiet evening with our dog Bandit!
I had bought Bandit à Xmas sweater 
This is part of my daughter’s Xmas presents
A Romertopf to cook an apple as you can see.
Romertopf is hand made in Germany ( it is called a Roman  casserole) it is made of clay and allows  to steam cook and healthy cook with no fat.

This is the big one! She chose one for six!


I feel a little better and I could use my casserole and cook some 🐓 chicken yesterday. I  have the food taste back but I can’t smell much. I think this time it will take long to recover. I hope everyone has had a nice Christmas time with his family!

Xmas presents from my son two Japanese doll houses to build!



More and more flowers!

5 commentaires:

  1. I hope you will be better soon! Covid is not nice at all...
    Oh so cute dog, love his outfit :)
    Titti

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  2. How wretched to have Covid over Christmas. Here in England there have been so many viruses around. Feel better soon.

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  3. Sorry that your Christmas was disappointing and sorry that your poor daughter was bitten by a dog! Hope you feel better very soon.

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  4. Such a different Christmas than hoped for. I'm glad you are beginning to feel better, and I hope the dog bite wasn't too serious for your daughter. The Buche de noel looks delicious!

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