I liken my life to a crazy quilt. You never know what size or color the next block will be, what print or fabric it will be made from or which stitch, ribbon or charm it will be adorned with.

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Monday, January 2, 2012

My Last Day of Christmas Vacation

Today is my last day off from the real world. It has been a pleasure and I really am dreading getting back on a dead horse. We will see what this year brings.
I was busy all day at home and it felt good. I am thinking I need more time at home to make my house a home. Today was spent vacuum packing the lovely summer sausage we made. We ran out of bags, so Chris has to make a quick trip to town. I got started on reorganizing the pantry in order to put Christmas dishes, the meat grinder and the sausage supplies away. I also made room for the new cordless drill and cordless screwdriver I found in my stocking on Christmas morning. I did away with some old canned goods, threw out some useless items and picked out a few things for resale. Feels good.
Now I'd like to share the little Santa I found for $5 just before Christmas. He was a battery-operated bank at one time, but the acid from the batteries made sure that wouldn't work again! I thought he was pretty cute and couldn't leave him behind for just 5 bucks. To sell or to keep? That is the question. I've enjoyed him this season.

1 comment:

  1. I vote to keep!
    Love your comments about making a house a home.That's how I felt as soon as I got rid of my shoppe. It takes a lot of time to keep a home.....I'm sure even more time when you have animals.
    Much love dear friend