O Christmas Tree...

Hello bloggy readers!

How was your Thanksgiving? I spent mine with Ricky and his family. There was turkey and ham and apple pie, and a spectacular green bean casserole that I'm still dreaming about today.

Did you take part in any Black Friday sales? I sure did... from the comfort of my home. Ricky is far braver than me -- he went to Walmart at midnight and stayed up late scouring different sales from Walmart to Target and even the (shudder) mall. He got some pretty good deals, but there was no way I could've done that. I'm a bit of an oddball for a girl in that I prefer online shopping to Real Life shopping. *shrug*

Now that the Thanksgiving leftovers have been eaten and the sales bins have been emptied, what's next? I'll tell you what's next: CHRISTMAS! (Can you tell I'm a wee bit excited about this?) I can't wait to set up my Christmas tree in my classroom (I can't put up a tree at home, alas -- unless I want my cats to serve as decorations) and start mailing out Christmas cards. I've even been playing Christmas music all day. Yes, I know -- I'm cheesy like that.

Speaking of Christmas cards, if you would like to receive one from little ole me, just send me your mailing address:



3 comment(s):

.adri. said...

I'm glad to hear you had such a nice Thanksgiving! :) We definitely need that break!

I spent mine with my family at home. It was very nice and relaxing and of course, the food was AMAZING!

Courtney said...

Glad you had a Happy Thanksgiving! I spent mine with my family, at home... we enjoyed food and football, and had a really good time. I'm with you on the Christmas thing, I'm about to unpack that tree and start decorating... :)

JMay said...

aww, that's so awesome that you are going to put a tree in your classroom!