I have not finished my Valentine’s Day shopping. I NEVER wait until the day before. My future does not look bright. I am envisioning store isles in disarray that closely resemble the day after Armageddon. I am preparing myself to engage in a battle for the last bag of holiday wrapped Kit-Kats. I’m mentally wrapping my head around purchasing the last bent (and possibly dirty) greeting card on the rack. This is my fault. I waited. Dumb. Dumb. Dumb.
Well, I hope you all have a day where you don’t have slim pickens!!!
It’s Christmas. YIPPIE! YAY! HOORAY! WOO HOO!!!
Well, I hope you all have a SUPER DUPER MERRY CHRISTMAS!!!
I’m looking forward to a day full of food, family and fun!
Well, I hope you all have a perfect Christmas Eve!!!
Maybe it’s the runner in me, but I absolutely love the hurried busyness leading up to Christmas Eve. It is my holiday finish line!
Well, I hope you all have a day where you have fun running around!!!
Flying two kids home from college with all their STUFF is a lot to manage and can be quite stressful. They have finals to deal with and I’m excited to have them home and want their travels go smoothly. So it can be a big cluster of anxiety to say the least. But this morning after thinking about it and trying to convince myself that there is nothing to worry about, I made myself giggle (alone at the carwash).
Well, I hope you all have a day where you don’t have a lot of baggage!!!
There is a term that is used around this time of year that I didn’t quite understand until I had older kids who left home. I thought I understood the words, but I didn’t. At least not on a mom level. Now it is a term I use as frequently as life allows. And they are words that fill my heart with a joy I have never known.
Well, I hope you all have a day where you get to go HOME FOR THE HOLIDAYS!!!
We spent most of our day going to holiday events and doing holiday-y things. If I wasn’t in the Christmas spirit before, I certainly am now!
Well, I hope you all had such a fun day!!!