Remember when we talked about Christmas last month? Well, just a little nudge for you. If you’re so inclined, Organized Christmas’ Christmas Countdown starts this week. Check it out. I’ve followed this for several years and it has always been a great help to me, especially in remembering all the little details that might get […]
Thanks for playing in our Behold the Lamb of God giveaways, everybody! What great Christmas traditions y’all have. I loved reading the different things you do and was amazed at how many people do/will be doing Jesse Trees. How fun! Stay tuned because I’ll be having sporadic Christmas posts and more giveaways in the coming […]
It’s hard to believe that the Christmas season is fast approaching. Back in July when we started talking about the Holidays, it seemed forever and a day away. But, in just a few short weeks, the Halloween candy will be gone, and Santas and reindeer will abound. And one question that I ask myself about […]
Recently I stumbled on another Christmas Countdown site: 100 Days to Christmas. I’m sorry I didn’t find it sooner so you could get in on it from Day One, but it’s not too late. There are still 97 days to go! This creative blog suggests activities to do every day until the Big Day, complete […]
Remember when we talked about Christmas last month? Well, just a little nudge for you. If you’re so inclined, Organized Christmas’ Holiday Grand Plan and Houseworks Holiday Plan start this week. Check them out. And if this isn’t your groove, make sure you tell yourself so and don’t give it another thought.
We’ve touched on so many Christmas topics this week. I’m amazed that really we’ve only skimmed the surface. Here are just a few of the topics: The Reason for the SeasonChristmas CookiesDecorating CookiesChristmas MusicHoliday Donations: here and hereChristmas StockpilingChristmas Ornaments or click on “Christmas in July” in the sidebar under “Labels.” Like I said, we’ve […]
One of the FishKids very, very, very, very favorite things to do at Christmas time is to decorate cookies. This is an inherited trait, I believe, because my siblings and I all loved the same thing. Part of it is due to my oh-so-clever-kindergarten-teacher-mother’s method. This idea is a keeper. So pay attention: Make up […]
FishPapa is a musician. He would say that he only plays guitar, but, in actuality, he comes from at least three generations of men who can play piano magnificently without any training. I don’t understand it. He, his dad, and his grandfather can all sit at the ivories and make them sing, “by ear.” I’m […]