Monday, December 23, 2013

Christmas Eve eve

Also known as Monday in Mayberry, it is the day before Christmas Eve. After yet another fall by my fiber optic tree, I gave up and threw white lights on this tree and plunked it down in the living room. D fer done on a tree.

In other news, MM joined the 21st century with an iPhone, so yours truly is setting it up for him while he does manly duty on the Moho. We each have our jobs.

I am also loading up said Moho with food, and stowing stuff that needs to put in place before we leave. Yes, my departure list is printed, and I am looking forward to marking items OFF.

Busy. We are. But it's all good.

Here is a shot of MM and me being greeted by "Minnie Pearl" at the Opry. Not sure who the guy was representing:

Thanks again to Faith and Brian for the trip AND the wonderful company. Loved spending time with you two amazing kiddos.

OK, break is over. It's time to get back to work.

Have yourselves a ginger peachy Monday, y'all! And be good...Santa is still watching.

- Posted using BlogPress from my iPhone


Sandee said...

I have never had an iPhone. I don't even have a cell phone and I'm okay with that.

Have a fabulous day getting the Moho ready. I'm coming with you. Yes I am.

Big hugs to you both and scritches to the babies. ♥♥♥

Jean(ie) said...

Porter Wagner or Little Jimmy Dickens?

Hubby just got an iphone. For someone who wasn't into all this, as he said, "newfangled technology", He likes how it syncs with his iPad.

"The phone is just a phone and not a toy.".... LOL. Yes, dear. ;)

Barb and the Gs said...

YAY for MM's new iPhone. Al got one last year. *finally*. I am not good with backwards technology and every time he had a problem with it he'd hand it to me to figure out... Arh!!! On Thanksgiving he sent me a text. A couple of texts, even. With pictures. He does not have a texting plan because he did not want one. This morning he asked me to texting to his plan. Well... Knock me over with a feather! srsly.

Palm trees are swaying in your honor. It won't be long now!

big hugs xoxo

Empress Bee (of the high sea) said...

oboy it's time for you to come to me! jg's here we come!

smiles, bee