Saturday, December 26, 2015

The Day After Christmas with MadSnapper

Thank you to all my blogging friends for being here when I need you..
Our Christmas Fruitcake came in this tin. Each year for many years my brothers wife bakes and mails a fruitcake to us. My brother is very ill and still dealing with chemo aftermath. He is home and doing well, but is housebound and no one can visit for 3 months. He will be fine in time.

 In all of this she BAKED.

The thing is the MAD-madsnapper... opened the door and picked up the box and said to Bob, Purtian sent what I ordered last week. Odd they did not send an  email saying it shipped. I placed it on the cabinet and left if unopened. On Christmas Morning I decided to open and store the supplements
and realized the package had 87 million inches of tape on it and screamed to Bob.
"This Is From Janice..She baked our cake" I can tell by the tape and of course I then read the return address. 
Perfect to open it Christmas morning.
LOVE YOU JANICE


The above photo is from our beaches on Christmas day. Record breaking 86 degrees and today and tomorrow and all the way to New Years day will be the same.
Some One PLEASE help that cold front get past the Tropical Wave coming UP from the tropics. and if you could take a little humidity we would love that to.
NO NO NO.. where is December?

17 comments:

eileeninmd said...

Good morning, what a nice surprise to open on Christmas Day!
I am glad your brother will be fine with time. I think I would enjoy the warm sunny temps in Florida. We have temps in the 50's with cloudy, rainy skies.
Have a happy day and weekend!

Heidrun Khokhar, KleinsteMotte said...

Hope your bro will recover well. Fruitcake home made WOW,,
And you want winter? Really?
Those heading south this year must be thrilled with their good forune weather wise though pocket books will suffer as our dollar value is lowest in decades.

Ann said...

what a nice surprise for you on Christmas. Glad to hear your brother will be ok.
It's not real cold here but I will gladly take some of your Florida heat. If it's all the same you can send the humidity to someone else though :)

Madi and Mom said...

What a beautiful tin and all the love inside surely made you smile and tempted your taste buds. We are so happy your brother is feeling better each day.
IT IS EVEN TOOO HOT IN FLORIDA FOR DECEMBER. THIS IS WHEN YOU ARE SUPPOSED TO HAVE NO HUMIDITY.
Thank you I'm glad you like the header. It was a contender for our Christmas card but I decided it was purrfect for an after Christmas Header.
Hugs cecilia and madi

rottrover said...

December is here in SoCal where the temps have been in the high 40's and 50's! Love the Christmas tree on the beach!

Gail said...

What a nice surprise.

We will be dropping in the the low forties after our three days of storms. I may be wanting some of those warm days.

DawnTreader said...

How lovely of her to send the cake. And I like the tin it came in too :)

As for humidity, I'm afraid we have enough of it. Ours is cccold, though...

Mildred said...

Prayers continue for your brother/ Funny that you did not "find" the cake til Christmas. Sounds delicious. This weather is so strange - all around blog land it is strange!

Chatty Crone said...

Glad you had a nice Christmas - we are having a heat wave here too - it is 75 here in Atlanta!!!!!!!!!!!!! Happy New Year. sandie

crafty cat corner said...

We want some cold too over here Sandra, its so mild and moist, horrible.
Thanks for all of the lovely posts of 2015 and I wish for you a healthy and happy 2016
Briony
x

Ruth Hiebert said...

I'll be happy to send some cold air your way,as soon as I figure out a way to do it.

Dory and the Mama said...

What a lovely Christmas surprise!! The fruitcake that is, not the warm weather :-)!

Debby@Just Breathe said...

That's a cute story. So glad you got your cake. Hope your brother continues to improve. Sending prayers his way!

EG CameraGirl said...

Funny Christmas cake story! 86° is way to warm for December...just saying! ;))

SweetMarie said...

your sister in law is amazing to make fruitcakes with so much going on with them. so glad to hear he's home!
my mom made her icebox fruitcake, it's my favorite!
we've had very warm days, 70's every day! love the Christmas on the beach photo!

Rose said...

You think you have humidity? It has rained here for the past three days! The creeks are flooding, and have to watch for flooded roads. I am so ready for some sun...and unliquid weather...LOL

pattisjarrett said...

Glad you realized the box held your fruitcake! Good news regarding your brother, too. Happy New Year!