***and two photos of Taylor's new apartment. Her bedroom is on the left. Too cute, eh? It's in a neat part of town, and was built in 1927.
Whereas I don't really like addressing Christmas cards, I do enjoy thinking about my friends when I see their names.
Some people move around a LOT!
I adopted a kid for Christmas this year (presents only!) and I am very stressed that he won't like what I bought him. It's been a few years since I bought something for a 10 year old boy.
I do enjoy the Christmas lights on people's houses.
Two houses that normally go WAY overboard with Christmas decorations have no lights or decs put up this year. The curiosity is killing me. I want to ring their doorbell and tell them it's just not the same without their goods.
I think I bought most of my gifts from Amazon.com this year.
I have managed to avoid the mall up to this point. I am very proud of this accomplishment. In case you don't remember, I loathe the mall.
I really need to buy some new Christmas ornaments. I bet I forget to buy them on the 26th.
Steven is doing an art show Christmas night. That's a first.
Christmas is in twelve days, and for once, I'm feeling like I'm ahead of the game. This could be dangerous; I anticipate a last minute panic where I spend more money on people I'm afraid I forgot.
Wrapping gifts hurts my back. Please explain.
That white door on the left is Taylor's front door. It opens to steps that go up to the second level. It's so darn cute. And yes, the name of that restaurant is "Aunt Bea's."
I can't decide if I like colored lights or white lights better. I change my mind all the time.
Do you have a star or an angel (or something else?) on the top of your tree? We have a star. Well, it's on the top on the bottom. (our tree is suspended from the ceiling, upside down)
I love to hear about people's Christmas traditions and stuff. Tell me some of yours!