Monday, November 29, 2010

It’s officially Christmas season now!

The Thanksgiving holiday is over. The left-overs are gone, but the extra pounds are not (will discuss that on a later post, not ready to deal just yet.) The kids…and husband are back to school…or work…(yea!) and this Monday officially kicks of the Christmas Season.  With that said, I have some random, yet still fascinating (in my Monday mind), things to start off this week.

1. My four-year-old is currently windexing the windows. I figure it’s the right age to start slave labor. Just kidding. He is doing it voluntarily—kind of—he wants to earn a silly band. Every few minutes he says, “This is poisonous.” I reply “Yes, be careful. Don’t spray it on your baby brother.” Then I resume typing this. I’m such a good mom.

2. It’s snowing here at Be Sassy Classy. Did you notice? It’s subtle, but it’s pretty. Just my kind of snow :) Oh, and I hope you like the new wintery holiday theme.

3. Thank you for all that have voted for my blog on Top Mommy Blogs. As you can see (over there on the right), that I am in the top 20--at the time of writing this. That is so exciting and it’s all because of you fantastic sassy-classy’s!! {It resets each month, so please, re-vote each month}

4. My tummy hurts. I’ve eaten too many cookies today, and it’s not even noon yet.

5. Get ready for an adorable Give-a-way. Here’s a sneak peak…

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(actual give-a-way item may vary)
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1 comments:

Warner / Debbie Blair said...

Merry Christmas to you!

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