Okay, almost nothing. Nothing that I had PLANNED on doing, at least. I did get to put to use a rotary cutter that's sat in it's brand new wrapper for years. It's my solution for Hayden's Christmas list request of a "blanket that's soft and has doggies on it." I know alot of people that just love to sew, but honestly? I hated every minute of making this stupid thing. The only fun part was picking out the fabric and wrappping it up when it was done. Sewing is so not relaxing. Sorry Mom.
(I take that back. Hayden adores his new "B" and sleeps with it every night, so I guess I can't be all that grumpy about it.)
(Nope. I still am.)
We had a little festivus miracle with the flakes that started falling Christmas Eve, and by morning had left us with this. DFW's first white Christmas in 80 years. Just enough to make snowballs and then melt by afternoon. That's what I call perfect snow.
Santa did a perfect job this year too. He opted for a group gift that must have had the kids excited - have you EVER seen them sit this perfectly for a photo? Maybe we should always try to take portraits straight out of bed and at the butt crack of dawn.
Lucky for me, people being home for the holidays means lots of Craigslist treasures being posted. How could I say no to this face?
Jordan decided that since it was a new year, he wanted to start it off by getting up in church and bearing his testimony. I set my endeavors a bit less....public. (One of my) Resolutions is to make sure that this side of the closet is the standard for the way that this side of the closet should be looking. I won't name names, but somebody around here can be kinda messy. Let's see what we can do with that in 2010.