December 5, 2015

The Holiday Rush Begins




…with a rush.

As everyone pulls their decorations down from their attics, they clean their spaces too.  Acres and hours of donations arrived at the shop and kept me hopping.  Just as I started to leave, Bobbie arrived with a SUV filled with art books.  Maybe I should say illustrator books. 

We had five minutes of coffee together then she was off to her sisters in a rush.

Today we take down our stuff from our attic.  Stuff indeed.  At three pm, wearing three to four layers, it will be time to head to the park’s “December Nights.”  I will let you know if I survive.



                                                                     

  • Himself:  G’s been having many good days.  Lunch yesterday was not a success.  Dinner was ok.

  • Herself:  Harried and sweatty yesterday.  He wants to go to estate sales today and I want to mail Laka’s package first.  The new took is a grand success.  Hurrah!!!

  • Reading:  One of the last few Francis’s.

  • Gratitudes:  Just being here today.


  • 6 comments:

    1. Tis the season to decorate, though I put it off as long as I can. The grandbabies will help this year so it is worth the effort. Good luck with yours.

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    2. We need to go back to Target and rearrange those socks so that they spell something.

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    3. I was thinking the same thing that George wrote when I saw that photo. I was expecting you to say there was a hidden message.

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    4. George is right, I was thinking the same thing myself about those socks. :)
      I'm decorating with Grandkids as well. My son works at St. Vinnies and the donations have swamped them. Interesting, hope it all sells.

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    5. Well George, Tabor, Celia and I were all thinking about playing word games with the socks. I see "Old JFK" in the white stockings.

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    6. Warm greetings from Montreal, Canada. Some people here have already put out their outdoor Christmas decorations...but then again, we celebrate our Thanksgiving in October in Canada. I think it is wise to do it earlier, (referring to putting up outdoor Christmas decorations)...after all, who wants to do it when it is freezing cold? I love Christmas.
      you have a very nice blog. :)

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