I saw a new made-for-T.V.-movie that I liked on Christmas Eve, I think it was?
It was The Christmas Calendar, I believe.
A woman who was a lawyer in N.Y. came back to her small town when her grandmother passed away and left her, her house. She also opened a bakery, but a supermarket opened a bakery in their store across the street, hiring a very good baker for it.
Meanwhile, everyone's glad to see her. Including the males of the town. The man who puts up the town's Christmas lights, the new baker across the street, her grandmother's lawyer, etc.
On the first day of December, shortly after they opened her bakery, the woman gets a delivery from a mystery sender. It looks like a dollhouse, but is, in fact, an elaborate Advent calendar.
She opens the first door, and there's a poetic note/clue in it. Apparently, it's from a secret admirer, but who?
Everyone wants to know, and it gets to where the bakery is filled with people each day at the same time to hear the next day's clue, and guess who her admirer might be. Even film crews show up sometimes.
In fact, there's a town bet going on, as to who it is.
Meanwhile, there's various interactions going on, the evil store owner across the road trying to get our heroine shut down, etc.
I enjoyed it a lot, and guessed who sent the house/calendar.
How was your reading/holiday watching week?
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