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Wednesday, December 2, 2015

For Anyone Who Is As Stressed Out About Christmas As I Am

No stocking hung by the chimney with care?  Shopping not even started? No greeting cards in the mail?  Guess what - I haven't even painted ours yet :-o.  But I've at least got the sketch done.  At this point, it's a small victory.  I'll take it.

The remodel...what a terrible time of the year to be stuck in the middle of this mess.  I'm sure (I keep telling myself) that it will all be worth it in the end, but when I realized over Thanksgiving that the chances of it being done before Christmas were looking slim...  

I have scheduled the carpet installation for the 18th.  I hope the living room is done by then.  Regardless, my beloved Christmas decorations are coming up from the basement.  'Nuff said.

Here is a sneak peek of the 2016 Christmas card.  And yes, that is Graham dressed up like a donkey :-D. 

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I believe I have all the calendar orders caught up.  Thank you thank you thank you!!!  If nothing else is going right, at least the barn loft is full of hay and straw and the sheep and horses and chickens (yet another story to share) are happy.  That's a huge relief.  

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There are still a few Equinox Farm and Lamb Camp calendars left.  We have plenty of yarn available.  And there is still plenty of time to send Christmas cards...just running short on time to paint and print them...but it will all work out.  At least I know a good printer who is happy to is used to doing rush jobs for me :-).

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