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Tag Archives: christmas
Well, I missed Christmas. No… not really. I just mean I missed Christmas here. I didn’t post any well wishes. I didn’t write anything. I didn’t do a damn thing. Except disappear. Miss me? I totally understand if you didn’t. … Continue reading
Sorry for disappearing again… but here I am. Try to control your excitement. And I do recognize that this post is kind of obnoxious especially since I haven’t been around. I have been so busy (which is both good and … Continue reading
… my Christmas list. You know, because I’ve been such a good girl this year. [Yeah, I can’t keep a straight face either.] Gift request #1: Stay tuned for more. Only 32 shopping days left. Plan accordingly. ©2018 what … Continue reading
I took a lot of pictures at Mom’s because she is amazing at decorating (and amazing at tons of other things, too). She puts up six trees. That’s not a typo. Six. Two are big… four are smaller. Of course, she … Continue reading
Christmas, I mean. It’s over. Thank fucking god. (No religious disrespect intended.) Goodbye, Santa. (I’m still hoping you’ll come through for me…) Goodbye, extra financial stress. (Now back to regular financial stress.) Goodbye, ridiculous crowds in my face everywhere. Goodbye, … Continue reading
You’ll miss me when I’m gone. No no no… don’t panic… or rejoice. I’m only going away for a couple of days. We have a tradition of sleeping over at Mom’s house on Christmas Eve… and spending Christmas Day there … Continue reading
Before we get into my extremely accurate revelation, I wanted to let you all know (if you were wondering) that the upsetting situation that began Tuesday night has improved somewhat. I still don’t know the outcome for certain, but the … Continue reading