I arrived home in Colorado later than expected Sunday night (it just wouldn't be the holiday season in the states without a few airport delays), and since then have been involved in a whirlwind of Christmas dinner parties, cookies exchanges with my mom, painful mall maneuverings, hospital gift deliveries, and trips to the library to stock up on new and old books. While I won't be keeping up with the blog as consistently as I have while in Ecuador, I will be checking in every now and then, and also eliciting the words of everyone else to give an update on their state-side travels as well.
One thing that is just too good to keep from you, internet, is the package that was waiting for me on my bed when I stumbled in on Sunday. Postmarked from Texas, Mrs. Fulton (Dunc's mom, clearly) sent me my very own jar of her fantastic, amazing, home-made jalapeño jelly! My family is a little skeptical, which suits me just fine. I think I might tell them it's actually awful so that I can hoard it for myself. Mwahahaaa...
You are quite lucky to have your own jar, and smart to keep it to yourself. Jocelyn has talked with Kay about learning how to make it--family tradition to maintain, and all that.
Have a wonderful holiday.
Glad the box with the jalapeno jelly made it to Colorado, Holly! Hope your family gives it a try, but if not, enjoy it all yourself! Thanks for all your great blogging! Have a very Merry Christmas!
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