I do hope you all had a wonderful Christmas and New Year's celebration. My family and I had a beautiful, fun-filled and enjoyable holiday, which we were fortunate enough to spend in the company of family and friends. But the celebration is not over for us quite just yet....There is one more festivity that awaits us. This festivity traditionally marks the last day of the Christmas season for us.
Yes, it's a little baby, weird huh? But oh so much fun. The rules are, if you are the person who finds this little surprise in your slice of bread you get to throw a party. Yeah!!! Traditionally the party is thrown on February 2nd, which is when Catholics celebrate El Dia de la Candelaria or Candlemas, and which is technically the last day of the Christmas season according to the Catholic calender. However, our family typically doesn't celebrate Candlemas but hey, we'll take any excuse to throw a party :-) Anyway, the Three Kings Day festivity is a wonderful tradition which has been celebrated by our family ever since I can remember and which I love, love, love because I get to enjoy the Christmas holiday for just a bit longer :-) Happy Three Kings Day everyone!
Thank you all for stopping by.
I missed you all terribly and I can't wait to come and visit with you.
Wishing you all a very blessed New Year full of love, peace, happiness, and tons of laughter.
Hugs and Kisses,