Sunday, November 27, 2005

On the Sunday after Thanksgiving

Typically this is the worst day of mess and disorder during the holiday season. The kitchen is still in recovery from the Thanksgiving Feast with the stray dish to be cleaned as leftovers run out. The holiday decorations are spread from one room to another in an attempt to pre-stage the master decoration process.

This year it looks like we have three major trees. The big one in the living room window will be for the children to have fun and decorate. The smaller one in the dinning room appears to be the fancy one this year but will be traditional red and green. And the Family room tree is my fave. It will be white, blue silver and gold and this year I am planning to have my dolls come out for the holiday! It has been a long time since my dolls have had Christmas and this year is a good one.

My dolls need to be out of the box now and then and they need dusted and their eyes need to open and close. They have been packed in the boxes now for about 3 or 4 years so it is time they make an appearance.

I sure wish we would have made an offer to buy the 100 year old house! There are so many things I could do with that house and the idea of an old house is so special to me. Too bad the seller wants more then the husband is willing to pay.

Anyway, The Sunday after Thanksgiving is all about house work and getting things cleaned up. I sure have my work cut out for me.

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