Sunday, December 23, 2007

Its been a busy month

WOW! It hard to believe that Christmas is two days away. It seems like it was just the beginning of Decembre and now we are at the 23rd. The last couple of weeks have kept me hopping. With Miki's Christmas play - the class was barn animals and they didn't like the fact that humans were going to be staying there. In the end they decided to let them stay. Miki was a mouse along with a few other students and there were cows and sheep.

Next was to be Matt's 10th birthday party at Lazar tag but it didn't happen because of a snow storm. We had to cancel and are hopping to reschedule for January. Everything for last week got postponed a day because of the storm, so I was able to make it to Mass with Miki and her class. Its always cute to see the children do the true meaning of Christmas and of lighting the advent candles.

Matt's play was pre-empted too so we got to see it on Thursday night. The grade 5 and 6 classes did an awesome job. Love Matt's class as Elvis! lol I must say for all of the above the participation of the parents at school is amazing. Its great to see so many people out for these.

I finished work up on Friday and have a four day weekend! Yippee! We have headed to the farm for an early Christmas as I have to work Boxing Day and the rest of the week. Not bad to have a three day week but Boxing Day will be busy!

Brian and I took the sleds out for a ride and boy my new one is fast! Its not registered yet or licensed but hopefully soon. Also since the trails aren't really open yet we tried to stay on our property though we did venture on our neighbours. Its was beautiful and peaceful. The snow on the ground and nothing to hear but nature. Sadly the snow has melted and we are suppose to have snow squall warnings for the way home but I won't worry about that till tomorrow. Ahhhhhh!

I did manage to finish knitting a couple of projects I started back in Septembre. My tendentious is still acting up but I want to knit. So I knit abit and stop and then do some more. I had thought that I had brought up some 10mm needles with me but for the life of me I can't find them. errrrrr... I was hoping to make a scarf this weekend as a gift for my sister. I do have some other ones made up already so I might have to give her one of them.

Well the turkey is smelling great and the pie has been baked already. Hubby and his mom have gone into town for abit, leaving fil, the kids and dog and I home alone. I guess we really aren't alone are we.

Have the Merriest of Christmas!

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