Monday, December 10, 2012
Sunday, December 09, 2012
I'm so excited for the holidays at the Cabin! I had to post this picture! We had a great little Christmas luncheon there this weekend, with family.
I'm also excited about spring at the cabin... I'm going to need to learn a lot about how to take care of the logs correctly. I'll get there. I've been researching, and I believe I'm going to need to stain it first, and then redo the chinking. I think it will be a summer long project - especially considering my fear of heights. But rain and snow and moisture are apparently bad for the logs, and I don't know how we would replace them if they rotted out.
Posted by Sue at 6:00 PM
Monday, December 03, 2012
Now that Thanksgiving is over, I feel a little less pressure. Most years, the preparation for Thanksgiving is minimal, and it's Christmas that requires all of the work. This year, thought, since we had Thanksgiving Dinner in a house that wasn't fully ... operational... after a storm that left everyone out of commission for at least a week... well, Thanksgiving required a lot more work than it usually does.
Now that Thanksgiving is over, I can move on to Christmas. And I'm keeping that much more simple than I usually do. Because for one thing, my kids aren't little anymore. So I can do less and not feel bad about it. Christmas is for the children, in many ways, and now that the children are adults, I'm not as concerned about it! (I don't think THEY would be happy to hear this!)
So this weekend I decorated - but not our usual home, I decorated the cabin, instead. And I guess I'll decorate my other home, but I'm gonna have to get some help, or it isn't going to be too decorated. Nick's girlfriend is willing to help me there, so I'm happy... I might not decorate there at all if it wasn't for her.
I also went Christmas shopping, and got some great gifts for some great people in my life. I still have quite a few things to get, though...
I'm preparing. But I'm keeping it minimalistic this year.
|I would send this as my Christmas card photo, if I was going to send Christmas card photos out!|
Posted by Sue at 12:23 PM