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Wednesday, December 17, 2008

The Official Christmas Season may now Begin

Winter's here again...and it looks like my birds are going hungry lately. Yesterday was my Birthday, so now the Christmas season has officially started. I wrapped up some presents today. (More wrapping to come) I also did some shoveling...which was not very fun since it rained on top of the freshly fallen snow. This made the snow very heavy and now my back hurts. I am not done with my Christmas shopping. I enjoy giving gifts...but I don't care for shopping. Especially when I am not sure what I'm looking for.
Only one more week to go. If you are done shopping, please refrain from saying so in the comments! LOL!

9 comments:

Martha said...

Love the photo!
I need a holiday planner. Do they have such a thing? I never know how to shop either.

Rachel said...

I'm not done either. We really haven't done much shopping, but aren't going to. We do need to get something for Dave's parents. I've looked, but couldn't find anything. Maybe a gift certificate???

Gudl said...

Happy belated Birthday!

Joe Fool said...

I haint started to shopping for the things that are being presents for people.

Wanda said...

Happy Birthday to you too. We celebrated Don's and Monica was 13 on Monday.

As far as shopping... I will start tomorrow ~~~~~~ Vegas really mess up that part of Christmas.

LOL:Wanda

Wanda said...

Oh I forgot... I love the picture of the birdhouse snow and berries.

joeks said...

Happy birthday! Mine comes more like a warning that I'd better be getting things finished up for Christmas! (It's the 21st--also usually the first day of winter)
I am NOT done shopping, or cleaning, or baking, or...
so guess I'm allowed to say that! :-)

Kim said...

I almost always find something I want for myself when I'm out Christmas shopping. Because I go shopping so rarely. Do you mind having your birthday so close to Christmas?

Priscilla said...

No. I don't mind having my Birthday this close to Christmas. I remember many people assuming that somehow it was a gyp...but I never have felt slighted in the least!