Christmas in New England holds a special place in my heart. Old farmhouses dressed up in colorful lights, bright green wreaths hung from old Colonial doors, and the thrill that comes from picking out the perfect Christmas tree.
Every year my hometown church holds its annual Christmas fair. There are couple other fairs that happen the same day.
The fairs are full of homemade crafts, beautiful candies and baked goodies, and lots of other things. Our church even gets visited by a group of carolers each year, singing to the visitors as they shop and enjoy their lunch.
I may be a little biased, but I believe that our Unitarian church has the best of all the fairs in town. We serve a delicious homemade lunch each year, which features the best paninis and soups you ever tasted. This year there was a butternut cider bisque, the world’s best corn chowder made by our friend Walter, homemade cornbread, and paninis served three different delicious ways.
Enough with the talking, here are some of the photos I captured from today’s Christmas fair.
I hope that you enjoyed seeing this little sneak peek into life here in New England. I wouldn’t want to live anywhere else ❤