Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Wednesday Hodgepodge


1. So, when did you last take a walk in the woods? A stroll along the beach? A drive going nowhere in particular in the car?

The last time I took a walk in the woods was more than a year ago. We took a stroll along the beach in July and I can't remember the last time we drove no where in particular in a car. Maybe if gas prices would come down it would happen more often.

2. Are you sending Christmas cards this year? About how many do you send? Photo card or something more traditional? How do you display the cards you receive?

I will be sending out traditional Christmas cards this year. But unlike most years this time only a few cards will be mailed. We usually display the cards we receive on top of our rolltop desk.

3. What's a word you've heard too much of in the past week?

Does a whining cry count as a word?  Buddy is teething and has a cold so a whining cry has replaced his usual cheerful sounds.

4. December 13th is National Cocoa Day-are you a fan? Plain or flavored? Marshmallows or no marshmallows?

I enjoy it and prefer plain rather than flavored and lots of mini marshmallows.

5. What is something you do to help alleviate the hectic pace of the Christmas season?

This year we aren't getting into the whole hectic pace thing. Our Christmas will be a fun filled day with our family and a few gifts. I'm not preparing a lot of treats and the only decorating that will occur is our small Christmas tree in the corner of our livingroom.

6. Besides jewelry, what's a favorite sparkly-glittery item in your home or closet?

I don't think I have anything sparkly-glittery in my house.

7. Share a favorite line or two from any Christmas carol.

I love Christmas carols and Rhonda Vincent's version of O, Beautiful Star of Bethlehem is one of my favorites.  Right now I'm wishing we would get lots and lots of snow so my current favorite line is "Let it snow, let it snow, let it snow!"

8. Insert your own random thought here.

Today looks like a perfect day to get some more sewing done. I'm hoping to finally make a dress for Rosebud with the fabric she has been keeping her eye on for quite a long time already. There isn't a whole lot of time to work on it, but those few hours when they are at our church's pageant practice keep getting put to good use and hopefully by Christmas morning the dress will be ready.

4 comments:

  1. It looks like a lot of people are scaling back on Christmas this year, but I think that probably makes it more meaningful. : )

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  2. Oh, I sure wish it would snow around here, too! Thankfully, our temps finally went down, so it does feel like Christmas now!

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  3. I'm hoping for a little snow but not before my girls get home! Good luck with your sewing surprise : )

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  4. I find it hard to sneak in those sewing projects when we homeschool. But, my husbands daughters have been coming and taking some of their mothers furniture that has still been in our house and bedroom (his first wife passed away when they were young). And, that has freed up some space so I think I will be able to put one of my machines in the southwest corner of our bedroom, which means I can do some secret sewing.

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