My Holiday Baking is Conflicting with My Knitting!

Buck Strong's picture

I was very cranky last night. I had no knitting time at all because I had to get started on the Holiday baking. I'm even more cranky because I have to do the same tonight. I usually enjoy baking but I'm really rocking on my current sweater. Most years I would blow off the baking for knitting; however, my entire family is coming for Christmas. Uggh!

I think I will not take it out on the baking but store my anger up and unleash it on my family. After all, they are ultimately to blame. Ahhh....a normal, disfunctional Holiday.

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Buck Strong's picture

Great idea but they are

Great idea but they are flying in from all over the country. Anyway, just finished yet another batch, five dozen Hazel Berry Cookies.

"A man may fight for many things. His country, his friends, his principles, the glistening tear on the cheek of a golden child. But personally, I'd mud-wrestle my own mother for a ton of cash, an amusing clock and a sack of French porn." Blackadder

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Gee, Buck, if I hitchhike

Gee, Buck, if I hitchhike into the Portland area, may I sneak in? Sounds lovely. Oh wait...too many commitments here at home. Rats!! Hope you have a nice Holiday. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

Joe-in Wyoming's picture

Feel for you, Buck. Tom's

Feel for you, Buck. Tom's suggestion is a good one, however. Our family potlucks started out because it was a great way to have up to 40 people gather and still stretch the costs out. Hope you are appreciated for all the work you put into the hosting. -- Books, knitting, cats, fountain pens...Life is Good.

TomH's picture

Why don't you just ask them

Why don't you just ask them to bring the items you planned on baking? After all, you're hosting. I come from a very "potluck" kind of family.