Our Christmas Lists

>> Thursday, December 20, 2012

Yesterday, I posted Ada's Christmas list over on Writing Chapter Three. But as we all know, with growing into an adult -- presents often get more expensive. Or, scratch that -- general needs throughout the year get so expensive that they BECOME presents. Take our car engine replacement, for example. Or perhaps our shiny new furnace.

Add to that our kitchen project, and -- well -- this year there won't be any presents under the tree for us.

So, last night we decided it'd be fun to make gift lists. And by fun I mean a painful sort of game. However, we may get a little cash for the holidays and treat ourselves to a few of these items.

from top left to right . . . 

from top left to right . . . 

Lucky Girl Hair Ties
Hands of Glory by Andrew Bird

We're more than thrilled to have a family gift this year, though. Can't wait to share more kitchen progress as it happens. Today I made huge strides with organizing and paring down what we store in our cabinets. Next on the to-do list is the ceiling. I'm not looking forward to that!

What's on your Christmas list this year? Or perhaps you, like us, have other things pulling at your funds. Either way, we're enjoying the holiday season and trying to do as much festive stuff as we can possibly fit into our schedule.

PS: If you read the other site, you can check out Falling in Love with Ada, Part II.

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