So a trip to see Santa was in order.. and the gentleman in question visited our local Walmart last Saturday. Cullen was not at all sure about the whole thing but did stop eating the Rice Krispie Treat they gave him long enough to have his picture taken. And it took a minute or two for either of them to remember anything that they wanted.
Then off towards the farm with pizza in tow, lunch, a nap for all (adults included) a good walk in the country and time to make cookies. Then Grandma got to sit and stitch til dinner was done. All in all a good day.
We are however, wondering about the weather. It was in the 70's yesterday. It doesn't bode well for a white Christmas.
To encourage things along we're offering Sue's Snowman Basket for 15% off.
And in honor of the jolly gentleman we'll leave the last 2 Santa wallhanging kits on sale this week. It seems that before last week, it wasn't in the store. Probably because I counted wrong (Me?) and the store thought it was sold out when it really wasn't. :)
Next week we're starting the 12 Days of Joy - from the 10th through the 21st - Winter Solstice. We'll have all sorts of goodies on sale so be watching for it. If you're not signed up for our emails you might want to sign up because Kelly will be sending out an email each day telling you what Joy is being spread when.
So .... Santa - Snow - Joy! Tis the season.
Have a good week Ladies.
I do miss having kids at christmas, it does make it more special, but we are expecting a grandchild next year, so I can enjoy kids at christmas, again.ReplyDelete
And you will love it, Debbie. All of the fun with very little of the responsibility. My favorite part of Christmas is finding each grandchild a present that is tailored especially for them. I'll show you Brian Jr.s quilt as soon as Christmas is over.ReplyDelete
As an aside, Brian Jr. lives across the street from Terry Thompson's grandson. They have a great time talking about their quilting grandmas. :)