Tuesday, December 29, 2009

Recharging my Batteries...

Ever have one of those days, or one of those weeks? Christmas is over, New Years is about to pass and life has slowed down. The kids left Sunday and we took the Christmas trees down. It was snowy and cold and we were missing them already, it just seemed like a good idea. But now the house feels empty and too quiet. Just the sound of Ben snoring and I can even hear the clock ticking. Too quiet. We still have a little snow on the ground from Christmas Eve's snowstorm and they are predicting more for tomorrow. It's that time of year when I get caught up, finally. No excuses anymore, all the holiday hub bub is over, diets are started so cooking comes to a stand~still. If we didn't have this little lull in festivities between the holidays and summer, I wouldn't be able to do so much. I am re~charging my batteries....

7 comments:

  1. Love those ever-ready bunny ones ... I agree, I will miss hubbub of the holidays & festivities.

    We are getting more snow tomorrow also ...

    May your New Year be blessed & joyful ... TTFN ~ Marydon

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  2. Have been recharging my batteries as well.
    Have a happy, healthy and prosperous new year Joycee!
    jane

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  3. my crew also left on sunday. wonderful to have everyone here for a few days! happy new year!

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  4. Or as Sarah Palin says..she's reloading! We must be thinking along the same lines this morning..come see. Well, get them charged up real good...can't wait to see what you will do! :D

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  5. Ditto. It will take me a year to get over it all.

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  6. Oh my gosh...that cartoon had me laughing!

    Have a Great New Year!

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  7. Love this posting. I'm so making that Texas caviar ...yeah baby!
    Thanks,
    Elise

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