Tuesday, December 14, 2010

busy, busy, busy!

Though I am finished with most all my big commitments this Holiday season and am done with my Christmas shopping (woo hoo!) this will be a busy week.  

* I am filling in at work for someone on vacation, so will be working every day this week.  
*  I have to get the house ready for my kids to come home!!  
(would you believe that I haven't washed the sheets on their beds from Thanksgiving...out of sight, out of mind).  
*  Have one dinner and a party left to go to.  

So, my blogging is going to be limited if not non-existent this week.

However, did I tell you my kids are coming home this week?!!!

That means that the baking will begin, the laughter will fill the house, movies will be watched, games will be played and the Christmas puzzle will get started....

....it also means this guy will be coming home!!


...though my son has yet to admit he has him!!!

...I wonder where he will show up??!

12 comments:

Mocha with Linda said...

It always makes me smile to read about your family! Enjoy!

The Bug said...

I told my dad to not bother washing our sheets from Thanksgiving - we were only there a few days. :)

Robin @ Be Still and Know said...

Have fun with those children, that's always the best part of Christmas, the time spent together and the memories it build!

Blessings
R

April's adventure said...

Sounds like Christmas...except you forgot the part about the mounds of laundry that college kids acquire. I need to get our puzzle going also!

RaD said...

Eh! It don't matter if ya didn't clean the sheets. Your kids will just be happy to be home!

But beware of that Santa, he might just show up in the laundry :0)

Denise said...

Don't bother washing those sheets! They only spent a few hours on them at Thanksgiving!

Sara said...

hee hee, Sara I love our different stages in life: You are excited your kids are coming home and Rob and I are excited for them to have an overnight at Nana & Papa's! I for one, can not wait to see where Santa will show up.

STILLMAGNOLIA said...

Loved your post...and you know...it is fun for the kids to come home. I miss having my daughter at home. Have a great week.

Mimi said...

Hmm, if your son doesn't have him, I guess he can't leave him for you to find, rignt!

Have a blast,
Mimi

Rachel said...

How fun to have your kids home! Rejoicing with you! :)

Karin said...

Forget the sheets--they were the last ones to sleep in them, right?! :) Hope Santa shows up next week. Have a fabulous time with your kids!!!

Michelle Burk said...

Enjoy Christmas with everyone home! Wish we were next door to enjoy it with you. Give our love to all!