Friday, December 6, 2019

Christmas Holidays: 12/6/2019

(Picture:  the antique trunk behind the gifts is housing the base of our Christmas tree, you can see some of the sparkly mesh I use on the tree in the top of the trunk.  When this trunk is not being used as a base for our Christmas tree, it turns into my gift trunk.  When Christmas is over and the tree is put away, the trunk will be empty and ready to start filling again for 2020.

Do you see the gift tags on the gifts, those were made with my sizzix machine using recycled Christmas cards. )

Here's what we did today on our journey to Christmas 2019 ...


I started wrapping gifts and preparing Christmas cards!  Both are things I enjoy if I'm not rushed, which was the case today.  I was able to take my time and enjoy the process.  I didn't finish the gift wrapping nor the cards, but I have a good start!

We also had to go into town and yes, we listened to Christmas music and sang along as the miles ticked by.

It's the little things that make this time of year special!

She looketh well to the ways of her household … Proverbs 31:27

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3 comments:

  1. Cards are on my list! Wrapping is somehow therapeutic I think! I did mail a card to our middle son congratulating him on finishing his Master's degree this week. I should have sent one to his wife thanking her for holding down the fort while he was in class in the evenings and all the hours he studied. We finally finished the tree today and tonight we are enjoying it so much.

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    1. Lana, you're doing good! I think your son's wife deserves a card too! When my hubby finished Bible college and got his diploma, the school honored me with a PHT (putting hubby through) diploma. It was nice to know that others realized the effort I had put into him getting that degree. We're enjoying our tree every evening as well, it's just so nice!

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    2. The PHT diploma is a great idea! Our DIL definitely deserves one!

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