Hello to the last month of the year! We finally made it to December, and while next year will likely have many more blurry days of staying indoors, at least we have “the holidays” to distract us with shiny lights and cheer. This year I bought Christmas decorations for the first time—a tiny tree with battery-powered string lights and ornaments sits on our dining table now. I don’t have many rituals associated with Christmas; the doses of spirited music and decor found at shops and touristy areas are enough to fill my appetite. But this year as I spend many more hours at home than I do outside, I wanted to replicate the seasonal coziness indoors, however small.
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