Christmas 2013

Monday, November 9, 2009

What's up!

Not much really, or so it seems. William is enjoying his rehearsals for Scrooge. Tickets will go on sale next week. If you plan to attend a show Dec 11-13, please let me know so we can sell you the tickets. Audrey got her animal project done a whole week in advance. It was nice not having to stress over that after school last week. She is really enjoying her ballet and has asked to attend classes 3 days a week. All the kids are doing well in school and made their reading goals last week. James took a nose dive into a table on the playground Monday I think it was. Got himself a pretty black eye. Not as cool as the one his friend got from a different accident but still cool.
Are you ready for the Holidays? We are getting there. Tom has taken off several days this week to work on the living room. I'm praying to have sheetrock on the remaining wall by Friday. Then I can attack!
I love my job. It is nice to have a little change coming in and an opportunity to mingle with real folks. The kids are all so precious too.
Well, time to get some coffee, throw some waffles on the bar for the boys, and then wake the sleeping monsters. Enjoy your week. Blessings to all who are still out there checking in on me every now and then. Since FB and work my blog has started to grow Moss. I'll try to do better for you 3 or 4 who still check in.
Amy

2 comments:

Aussie Therese said...

lol I am sure you have more than 3 or 4 people dropping in. How great that Audrey finished her project so early.

I am so ready for our holidays. Our home school is getting more fun though with doing Christmas things. This week we will make a christmas cake and pudding. Only 5 weeks till we start school holidays here and then we get our long 6 week summer break. Cannot wait.

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