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Monday, December 8, 2008


It's been awhile since I have blogged!
I have been so busy!
Of course we had Thanksgiving, and then on the 29th it was my sons 4th birthday!
Then on Dec.3rd, it was our 12th wedding anniversary!!! Whooo-hooo!
On Thanksgiving my daughter got poison Ivy on her face. Not fun.
Anyhow, I have been tired and exhausted!
Now I am getting ready for Christmas! Man, I just can't wrap my head around the fact that it is almost Christmas.
I tried to put up my tree today but found that we no longer have all the pieces, so I do not know what we are going to do.
Maybe we will get a real tree this year!
We really need to get back on a good school schedule, but it is hard during this time. I think it might be a good idea to take a break until the new year. We do school year round so it would be fine, but I do not know if we will be doing this or not.
My house is a disaster and I really need to clean it up but have been too tired today. Maybe tomorrow.
My sister-in-law and I are going to do Christmas together this year, so that is exciting!
I took some beautiful pictures of my kids for Christmas!!!
I colored my hair back blonde for my hubby for our anniversary!
He likes it blonde!!!!
I need to shampoo my carpets and am trying to decide if I should do it before Christmas or after.
Too much to do and so little time!!! I am sure we all feel that way.
Ok, well, I will try to blog more often now~ I will talk to you soon!


Nakeisha said...

WOW sis busy busy busy!!! you need to take a bubble bath =) it' been a looooong time since I've had a bubble bath it's always a shower for me =)Well you have a blessed day today!!
PS. I know what you mean about staying on schedule with school..we didn't do school Friday and Monday....I'm going to school year round also
<3 Nakeisha


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