Things are changing around here. As you may notice, fullfreezer is no more. Since I'm going to be posting more often on my other blog and am hoping to use it as a springboard for my new business, I need to have better continuity across platforms.
Christmas was lovely and low key here. I15 has been wearing his fleece shirt almost non-stop since he opened the package yesterday morning. K12 has been too distracted by new games to be too excited by his vest. Justine was thrilled to get her quilt. And Santa brought me a dress form so now I can have even more fun with designing things! But by far the most popular gift of the season is from my SIL. She sent a fez to each child. They have been much worn around here... because "fezzes are cool".
I'm off work all week and hope to do some sewing. But I did have to move my sewing machine and a few essentials up into the back room upstairs because we're having a visitor arriving tomorrow for the weekend who will be staying in the guest room that I also use as my sewing room. Our visitor will be Justine's current beau, driving here 6 hours from Wisconsin to see her and meet the family. Hmm....
I need to start thinking of an end of the year post and some goals for next year. I've got lots and lots of plans in my head....
It sounds like an exciting new year is coming up for you! Can't wait to see those plans come to pass - and to see examples of your abundant creativity! Wishing you and your family a very wonderful New Year, filled with good health, happiness and prosperity!ReplyDelete
Good wishes for a productive New Year to you as well!Delete
I hope your business does well in the coming years Judy!ReplyDelete
Wow! I'm so late catching up, I hope the visit went well, that is such a big deal! Hope he is a great guy, she deserves the best :)ReplyDelete
The visit was lovely. He is a nice gentleman who doesn't drink soda or eat candy and who laughs appropriately at all our bad jokes. He can have intelligent conversations about history, sci-fi and other geekery. I just hope we didn't frighten him off. We can all be a bit overwhelming at times.Delete