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Tuesday, December 21, 2010

Good Intentions...

I really had indented on making Christmas Cards or at least some kind of Christmas letter!! I spent oh, like an hour. . at least. . .creating one if photoshop, only to have the program freeze up and I lost all my work! I was so incredibly frustrated that I didn't start over. I may get it done though and sent out, it just won't get to anyone till after Christmas.

I am really excited for Christmas this year! I can't wait for Bryan to open his gift!!!! I think I have mentioned that before. lol. I try not to think of all the things I haven't gotten done yet and focus on that fact that Christmas in only 4 days away.

Merry (4 days before) Christmas! We are going to watch our top Christmas movies this week. . .saving "The Christmas Story" for Christmas day! We have to watch 'The Grinch', Elf (again), and 'National Lampoon's Christmas Vacation'. We have a beautiful Christmas DVD that we got from our Church that is perfect for Christmas Eve to help set the spirit of the real meaning of Christmas.
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1 comment:

Jen said...

Ha...you're better than me. I wanted to do cards too, but only THOUGHT about it for a short time and then never did anything! LOL....have fun watching your movies...love all of those. Especially, "she couldn't hear a dump truck driving through a nitro glycerin plant!" ha ha ha...Merry Christmas!

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