I am already stressed out. While browsing in Target, Oh Christmas Tree blared from the ornament display! As I shopped for my favorite Woodlands blend coffee at H.E.B., neatly wrapped Christmas gifts of Texas pecans and chocolates beckoned my taste buds. My eight-year old twin boys have already reminded me that Santa's elves (Yes, they still believe) are working hard and handed me their Christmas wish lists. Time to make those lists and check them twice! With the holiday season approaching, gather your friends and celebrate the season together before Black Monday, Cyber Tuesday and the general Christmas season begins. This year, let's find more Christmas cheer by renewing those old friendships or beginning new ones. Whether you want to get the girls together for a dinner out, find spiritual inspiration, or enjoy some great entertainment together, the Woodlands offers it all.
Looking for spiritual inspiration? Get the ladies together and enjoy an evening of scrumptious desserts, coffee, music, laughter and tears with Karen James, journalist and Woman of Faith Speaker. Let Your Heart Find Christmas on December 1, 6:30-9:30, The Woodlands United Methodist Church, $20.00, limited child care available for a $6.00 fee.
Sample the sounds of jazz, blues and pop with Moonlighting on December 10 at Doesy Doe. Cover tickets are $12.00 each. Doesy Doe is a live music venue in a 150 year-old Kentucky Barn, 25911 I45 North, The Woodlands.
For a taste of Louisiana in Texas, take the girls to locally owned Schilecci's New Orleans kitchen. My Louisiana neighbors tell me it tastes just like home. Schilecci's New Orleans Kitchen, 9595 Six Pines Drive, The Woodlands.
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