Everyone brought finger foods, deserts and a beverage ... yum, there was some good food at my house ... just saying!
Everyone brought a gift to exchange. This year we decided to stuff Christmas socks with stocking stuffer type things and exchange those. (We have a $10 spending limit.)
(Photo: Most everyone showing off their christmas socks.)
We played games ... Christmas Bingo, a Point Game and I had everyone to guess how many decorations were on my tree. Of course there were prizes for all the winners as well as a 'take home/thank you for coming' gift as well. (These are the gifts/prizes I've been wrapping and pretting up this week that I purchased all year long at clearance prices.)
Everyone seemed to have a good time ... I know I did!
What did you do on your journey toward Christmas?
She looketh well to the ways of her household … Proverbs 31:27
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