There are 11 weekends (including this weekend) left until the start of spring on March 20. If weather permits, of course you can go sledding, skiing, snowboarding, make a snowman or have a snowball fight, etc. Or if the spirit moves you, you can go ice skating. But I don’t particularly like being cold, lol, so I’m putting together a list of 11 warm activities to get you through the rest of the cold winter!Continue reading “11 Activities For Winter Fun”
Hello! I hope you all had a joyous holiday! Mine was very nice, exhausting… but a great time with family.
If you read my Christmas Eve Agenda post (HERE) you know what I had planned to get done in the days leading up to Christmas, and I’m pleased to say that I got SO. MUCH. DONE! It was some sort of Christmas (Eve) miracle.
Wishing everyone who celebrates a very, Merry Christmas!
Wishing you a day of fun, love and laughter, time spent with family and friends, good food and festivities.
Today is the last day of fall. What?? Wayyyy back on September 1st, I posted a list of 31 things to make fall more fun and festive. You guys. I checked off five things, five! Whomp, whomp… lol
So much for having a list to inspire me to make the most of the season, huh? But the point wasn’t to do all 31, but to inspire and have an assortment to pick from. I just expected I would have checked off more than five…
My mom has always been a cat person. She would rescue them off the street when she was a kid. My parents got Froggy in 1973, as soon as they were out of their apartment and in their first house, 11 years before I was born. He was, and always will be, their first child. I was in third grade when he passed at age 19-1/2. We went two months without a pet and then my mom couldn’t take it anymore. She saw Fuzzy at the pet shop and had to get him. This was in 1993. He was $49.99 on sale and she put him on the VISA, hahaha…