The plant didn't look like much, a few short green fronds. I don't buy houseplants any more. They don't last long in our home. I forget them or overwater them or the cats eat them. When I got this one home, I put it in a sheltered kitchen window. The cats didn't eat it. I tried to remember to water it a couple of times a month. Turns out that's all it wants.
Here's hoping that next year we all have more bloom in our lives. Have a good New Year, friends.
For my gardening friends, the Christmas Cactus is a smallish (6-18 inches, depending on cultivar) tropical succulent that makes an undemanding houseplant for a filtered-sun location. Widely available in nurseries or ask a friend to break off a couple of sections at joints, allow them to callus over and then plant in good potting soil.
Next year, you can be Santa Nancy.