I had so much fun playing along a few weeks back I thought I would join in the fun again.
1. Share your Christmas Eve tradition.
Rushing to the mall to buy that last almost overlooked gift. Try to get everything wrapped. Making one last grocery run for Christmas Day dinner. Getting to church late for the children's Christmas Eve service, enjoying the chaos of the impromptu live nativity. Going home tired and exhausted then wrangle two little munchkins into bed and finish up with the wrapping and filling stockings and falling into bed myself for a much needed hour of sleep.
|What do you think, do you like the stockings? I made them myself.|
2. What is the best book you read in 2010?
Do children's books count? Cuz' that's about all I've read.
3. Do you have any pets and do you allow them on the furniture?
No and no. Sometimes I think I'd like to keep my children off the furniture, at least until they are 21 but that'll never happen.
|Sitting atop the train table, "cleaning" off the window sill.|
4. What event from 2010 are you most thankful for?
That God has provided, despite being faced with yet another year of seasonal work.
5. What did you do in 2010 that you had never done before?
Resurrected this here blog that my sister started several years ago. Was it a good idea? You tell me?
6. Brussel sprouts . . . friend or foe?
Well I've never actually had one so I couldn't say. Truth be told I have been unwilling to try one, they just look so, well, vegetable-y. Except I thought the ones Bobby Flay made during the Throwdown challenge with the Pioneer Woman actually looked good and I thought I might like to try one.
7. Who would you nominate for man/woman of the year?
I don't really think my opinion counts, but since you asked I would nominate a soldier, someone who's done his/her best to serve their country despite great personal sacrifice and hardships on their family and friendships and at risk of losing their life for a sometimes ungrateful country that protests their going to fight and their battle weary home coming, even if that home coming is in a pine box. Next time you find yourself under the mistletoe, kiss a soldier and say thanks!
8. Insert your own random thought here.
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