Thursday, December 31, 2009


Confessions of a busy blogger:

1. I told you I was going to give you a list of darling Christmas books. I might. In May. :)

2. I am taking down Christmas. Need I say more?

3. It is New Years Eve. We are staying home. I am excited.

4. The boys have all watched T.V. Too much. Way too much.

5. We just flew in yesterday from a wonderful trip to Missouri to visit my precious Daddy George (My grandfather). We got to see my Aunt, Uncle, and cousins along with their adorable peeps. We had a blast. However, I am mad at the airlines for charging $20 per bag. They made a lot of extra money on us this week. Your sentiments?

6. I am writing this post to escape the craziness of Christmas take-down, 3 boys, and a few suitcases that need to be unpacked.

7. I am incredibly thankful for the blessings we have food and shelter, loving family, and three healthy, precious sons along with the best husband in the whole world.

8. Happy New Year. My resolution: EXERCISE.


Tonja said...

Bless you, dear. I remember how much fun it is to try to put away decorations with 3 little helpers! Don't you worry about anything else while you have that chore going on!
The older you get...the more you will enjoy staying home on New Years Eve! Going out just takes me too far away from my bed!!
It is too late to read the books now. So, write your post in it to post in mid November...and everyone will think you are oh, so, clever! And, I'll agree!
Don't worry about the TV. It happens...and they still turn out OK.
Twenty bucks a bag? That's ridiculous!
I am glad you are getting everything put back into place. You will be happier when it is all finished!
Me? I'm shooting for finishing by Valentines!!!

Paula (SweetPea) said...

Never heard of a grandfather called Daddy George. That's cute. When you spoke of staying in, it gave me the warm fuzzy with your family just hanging together. Too sweet.

I've heard that airlines are charging for bags. I've not flown since beloved left.

I'm with ya on the resolution. I bought a treadmill for encouragement. I've used it every day except those days I was sick.