Thursday, December 24, 2009

Lee’ s Christmas Checklist

Dear Readers,

By the time you read this, I will be pretty well ready for the holiday.

Shopping done (as many 100-mile gifts as possible). Check.
Menu planning and grocery shopping for Christmas Eve buffet, Christmas morning brunch and Christmas dinner. Check.
Pick up the turkey (organic free-run) from the butcher. Check.
Gifts wrapped. Check.
House decorated. Check.
Get into the spirit of the season by watching my favorite holiday movies (While You Were Sleeping, Love Actually and White Christmas). Check.
Today . . . Christmas Eve . . . I only have two things left to do. Decorate the tree and wish you, our dear and cherished Harlequin American Romance readers, a holiday filled with joy, peace and love.

xoxo
Lee

PS: To celebrate the much anticipated (by me!) release of my July American Romance—FIREFIGHTER DADDY—I’m running a contest on my blog, The Writer Side of Life. The prize? An autographed firefighter calendar and other goodies. Every time you post a comment on one of this month’s posts, your name will be entered in the draw. To increase your chances, you’ll receive five bonus entries if you become a follower of my blog (click on the link in the sidebar) and ten bonus entries if you sign up for my Very Occasional Newsletter. To sign up for the newsletter, simply send an email to lee (at) lee mckenzie (dot) com. I know you know the drill—remove the spaces and insert the symbols.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Definitely an organic,free range turkey. They taste so much better and milder. A must try if you haven't!

Lee McKenzie said...

Much tastier, and the texture is so much better. I also love that it's fresh rather than frozen. Seems to take forever to thaw a frozen turkey!

Gillian Layne said...

Bless you, and Merry Christmas!

Lee McKenzie said...

Thank you, Gillian! I hope you and your family have a wonderful Christmas!

Nicole S said...

Merry Christmas!!

Lee McKenzie said...

Merry Christmas, Nicole! I hope you have a wonderful holiday!

Linda Henderson said...

Merry Christmas.

Lee McKenzie said...

Merry Christmas, Linda! Have a great holiday!

robynl said...

I am a follower, signed up for the newsletter and am blogging here.

Merry Christmas, peace, joy and happiness to you and yours.