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Hallelujah For Monday!

Sunday, November 27, 2011

We’ve shifted gears from Thanksgiving to Christmas/Hanukkah at our house. The leftovers are gone, thankfully not much since we dined elsewhere; the tree is all decorated and the candles that smell like pine are lit; the outside of the house is lit with projectors proclaiming a holiday message along with a wreath, outdoor tree, greens and lights around the door and some new snowflake lights hanging high over the entry.

I’m also thankful the weekend is over because I find it just too easy to “cheat” and by that I mean I get out of my routine, wake up when I want so all my timetables are off and since I’m home more I nibble more too. The good news is that the nibbling is usually much more healthy than in days past but I can’t lie and say some Hot Tamales or a bite or two of honey’s sandwich. Oh, I know they’re not the end of the world but I am anxiously looking forward to going back to work again.

So with that I say “Happy New Week” to us all! I wish for you whatever your heart wants for you dear Sparkers.
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  • v SYN-CA
    Yes, Yay for the new week after the holiday! What is it about holidays that make us eat/nibble? Great blog, June;)
    1695 days ago
  • v DEBBICZ
    Great blog! I am glad for the new week also. We had left overs and I endulged! But, today is a new day to get it right and I'm off to do just that. Back to routine. have a great week youself!!
    1700 days ago
  • v JERZGURL_NAN
    WE were also very productive and not challenged too much with lots of food. I'm ready to go back to work too, but happy that I have vaca days left so need to choose some days to sleep in between now and Jan 1st. Have a great week.
    1701 days ago
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