First Friday – December   9 comments

I am looking forward to a low-key day, doing chores (laundry, groceries, post office, clean the pellet stove) and some crafts.

It’s past time to get the Christmas cards in process – I think this year’s card will be relatively simple, so I have procrastinated, but I need to get moving!

I will meet A in Bangor after work, so that we can go get a printer. That’s our exciting Christmas present to each other this year, and I need it for the cards, so we will get that rolling. I am excited that it can be wireless, now that the wifi works. Printing from the living room without a million cords – ooh lala!

I have been wearing sweaters and socks all week, as it is finally getting cold. And I realized quickly that I really could use a blue cardigan. So, since I have the yarn for that, I might cast on a sweater this weekend. Or, I might see what Christmas presents need knitting, and cast those on. Or, I might do both. 🙂 I will be breaking my rule on the number of works in process, but it is the holidays, right?

One other thing I NEED to get done is to dig the last of the carrots. Before the ground freezes any harder. 🙂

Not really sure what else will happen, but I think I will just let the day unfold as it will.

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9 responses to “First Friday – December

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  1. Have a lovely day!

  2. Enjoy the peace. Wireless printing is wonderful as long as I remember to turn the printer on.

  3. Low key is how we do it here too.

  4. Christmas is coming far too quickly.

  5. I love unfolding days…

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