Thursday, December 14, 2006

Just about over~

Hey there~ the Christmas production is over...what a weekend extravaganza: four performances, 23 song/dance/instrumental numbers with many, many cast/crew involved, 1000+ delighted guests, folks giving their heart to Christ and one tired little girl/mother. I've got all my assignments in; one final down & one to go by midnight tonight. Let the Christmas parties begin, the shopping finish & wrapping commence.

We got our 1st hair cut & still have curls. :o) Christmas portraits are complete & ready to be tucked in the yet to be addressed greeting cards. I've been doing a bit of backup babysitting this week (& next) for my friends. Makes me appreciate those moms toting toddler plus baby. :o) I started a new part time job & interviewed with a university down town for another part time job. Mind you, I already work part time & I don't need anymore jobs. I like to keep my options open.

BUSY~ Needless to say I haven't been the ideal blogger the last couple of weeks. Thanks for checking in on me & I promise to catch up soon.

Amidst the hustle & bustle of the past couple of weeks my nephew, Haddon, turned a BIG 3 years old. Happy, happy birthday, buddy! He's sporting his new cowboy boots & hat in this picture. :o) Cute, ain't he?

Must run but for now, let me leave you with this bit O'Grace from Tuesday night:

We race to the bedroom. Grace won, of course. "I win! I win!", shouts Grace as she jumped up & down on the bed. "Hey", I said...about to tickle the girl silly. "Hay is for the horsies, mommy", quipped my little smarty. This she knows from experience because she rode on the tractor with papa at Thanksgiving putting out hay for the horses to eat. :o)

3 comments:

KrissyK said...

She Sparkles!

We love your Christmas Photo!

KrissyK

Tommy said...

I heard about Gracie giving you FLOWERS. Oooooh! Good pics. NOW SLOW DOWN, or is that reserved for AFTER CHRISTMAS?

Carol said...

Very cute picture of Gracie and your nephew too. Sounds like you have been one busy lady. Hope you and the little woman have a wonder filled Christmas.

Love,

Carol