Monday, December 9, 2013

Liquid sunshine

The rain and overcast continues. Again. At least is isn't snowing! We are grateful.

So we enjoyed Ansley and Haley2 at their music recital last night. Both girls played the piano and sang, and Ansley played her clarinet (girls are second and third from R). Great job, pretty gals!

Today mission: Christmas cards! Gotta get myself in gear and get that accomplished. This is my once-a-year communication with many long time friends, many not in the Internet. I do look forward to hearing from everyone to keep up with what is going on in their loves and lives. It is important to me. Plus, this year I get to share our new daughter-in-law and granddaughter with them!

Blessed. And busy. MM is tinkering on the Moho, since that will be fired up soon.

Yep, life is busy but good around here. We make our own sunshine!

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Sandee said...

Oh a road trip is on the horizon. Probably right after Christmas? That's a good time. Or after the new year. Either way I'm coming along. Please go someplace warm so I can thaw out.

Have a fabulous day honey and I love you too. Big hugs to you and scritches to the babies. ♥♥♥

Barb and the Gs said...

I stopped doing Christmas cards years ago. My mother still does it. Actually, I stopped all cards. I'd rather call and talk to someone than get or send a card. Am I a Scrroge or a sentimental sap? I'll let you decide. ;)

Oh, the annual trek to WPB is coming up SOON! Lucky you!! Enjoy your day! big hugs xoxo

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

i gave up cards years ago other than those with checks in them... see you soon!

smiles, bee

Jean(ie) said...

Not a card person. Heck, didn't really decorate, either.

Haley D. said...

My cards may end up being New Year's cards at the rate I am going. The holiday music is helping to get me in the spirit even if the gray liquid sunshine isn't.

Optimistic Existentialist said...

I have noticed that the Christmas card tradition has really fallen off in recent years - I miss those days!!

Joy said...

The girls did a great job at the recital, I enjoyed hearing them. I do send Christmas cards, but only to people I don't see often. I enjoy keeping in touch, they are people who have helped shape my life and I treasure hearing from them, too. Now that all my extra Christmas music performances are done (4 in 5 days, plus 2 church services, whew!) I hope to get my cards finished and in the mail by the end of this week. Wish me luck!