Wednesday, December 27, 2006

Granny's Trifle

Merry Christmas Everyone!


I hope everyone's Christmas was extra special and full of good times with friends and family! I'm exhausted, but content, and feel blessed to have such a sweet little family and a caring extended family. Thanks, Wimbushes, for all the calls, presents, and well wishes. Wish we could have been together. Next year!

Lots and lots of great food was enjoyed and pictured here is a trifle I made on Christmas day. My Grandma Edith from England would have been proud. Sherry soaked sponge cake, custard, raspberries, strawberries and cream. Mmm, it was even better on the second day!

Happy Holidays to all!

4 comments:

Melanie said...

Yes it was Aimee......yes it was!

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