Wednesday, December 24, 2008
Prettige Kerstdagen en een Gelukkig NieuwJaar!
It's Christmas Eve....and I don't know where the time went!
It's the body clock thing again!
This pic is of Lucy's lovely Christmas Tree. It was so fun to help her decorate it. She tells me they always have a "REAL" tree. NOTHING smells as good as a real tree, and I agree. However..in my house...it's the fake tree. *sigh* Oh well, at least I did get it UP this year, and I didn't have to do it by myself, so I am counting my blessings!
I got home monday night around midnight...just zonked. I don't remember much of yesterday (tuesday) But it included sleeping in, a late breakfast, groceries for Christmas and getting ready for company to arrive last night.
Dave's Boise State team was playing in the Poinsettia bowl, and he had a bunch of work buddies over to watch it and play poker. It was fun...he decorated with blue and orange balloons and streamers...which are coming down TODAY! Boise lost by 1 point. Sad sad Broncos :c(
Come 1am...I was so wide awake....stupid body clock!
Jason and Kim are here and they brought along their friend Matt who had no where to go for Christmas. This will be nice.
The Big Christmas for us this year.... is getting a new heating and air system installed in the house...TODAY! I can't believe they are doing it TODAY,but that is where we fit on their calendar. Our old system is just that...OLD...and the bills were so expensive....this new unit will pay for itself and do a better job just in the money we save.
So I'm typing from my studio room, which has it's own wood stove. The rest of the house might get a bit cold today, so I'm sure I'll have company joining me in here shortly.
I've uploaded the pics from the workshops into the following slide show!
Workshops in Haarlem, NL 2008
I'll upload more when this hubbub is over :c)
Have a wonderful Christmas, a warm Hanukkah, enjoy the chaos, embrace the craziness of the season, take some stitches when you can to calm your soul....
Much love to you all!
Quipped by Bonnie K Hunter at 10:06 AM