Saturday, November 27, 2010

The World Keeps Spinning

Oh my goodness. What has the world come to? It has been six days since I last posted and I don't feel guilty at all.

Well, hardly anyways.

It's sad. I didn't even give you links to material I've posted on HealthCentral recently. Maybe I'll "recreate" part of the week and do just that.

Or the incomplete posts of new MS bloggers. The list is getting longer and longer and I need to get on the ball.

I'm so far behind. :)

But...the world has kept spinning and all is fine.

One holiday down, and just a couple more to go. Hope all my friends in the US had a lovely Thanksgiving.

We had a nice dinner. Also played a good game of cards between turkey and apple pie. I insisted that we do something besides watch TV to entertain ourselves while we were digesting. It was fun.

Did anybody go out shopping at 3AM for the Black Friday specials? Not me!!!

I was nicely asleep at that time of day and planned to do so late into the morning. However, an incident occurred during which two people rolled over in bed at just the same time causing the unfortunate meeting of an elbow and an eye. That kinda cut short the cozy sleeping atmosphere and required some ice.

Today I should buckle down and do some actual writing. At least that or get my Christmas shopping done online.

Oh, and it just occurred to me, I should go downstairs and decorate the music studio. We have only three more lessons (weeks of lessons) before the official winter break and it would be nice to look festive.

I also need to decide what to do for the kids. Every year I have given the students a small gift at Christmas time. Nothing extravagant, but something tasty or fun. I may actually have to go to a store for this task.

Now my list of "to do's" is getting longer. I should probably stop now before I think of the many other things which need to go on that list.

So that's it for now. I hope that everybody did have a nice Thanksgiving and are enjoying the weekend. The sun is out and although it is cold, it looks to be a lovely day.

P.S. How many times can one person use the word "lovely" in one post? Believe it or not, I edited out a few occurrences upon re-reading. Must be the word for the day....Lovely.


  1. Lovely is a great word, because you and your writing are both lovely. May you have a lovely week. I am planning a lovely week too.

  2. It's lovely to see that you are so busy AND staying so healthy. I am sure that once you have your theme, your Christmas decorations will look lovely. How about following Nordstrom's lead and fill the music room with poinsettias?

    Taking time off from blogging is wise. It's called Blogging Without Obligations and does wonders to help prevent burnout.

    Your Thanksgiving sounds great! And I hope it was your elbow and not your eye that suffered.

  3. my ta'do list keeps getting longer and longer...lists are good up to a certain length and then they are too overwhelming to be least that's how it is for me! Our favorite between dinner and dessert activity on TG is gets wild and crazy and is so much fun!!!

    Happy online shopping Lisa...that's my plan too!