I didn't post much about our holidays in December, mostly because finding fabulous for less was keeping me on my toes. Getting home each night after a hectic day usually meant unwinding with the family and the mad dash to bedtime. Then came year end inventory. Oh how I loathe thee.
Christmas was in fact great. I make it a point every year to be prepared, if not done and ready to enjoy the season before we hit December. Yes I am THAT person. I have to be THAT person with my job otherwise I will turn into some sort of female version of Ebenezer and we don't want that to happen do we? I hear so many people that work in my industry just so grumpy and fed up by the time we get to Christmas Eve that it is just plain sad. Not me my friends. I'm that chipper one in the corner belting out Christmas Carols that doesn't care if you can hear me or not. Chipper because my shopping is done, my home is decorated and I may have a few dozen cookies baked.
You can throw something at me now if you like....
But seriously, it is the most wonderful time of the year so why not be happy. I'm grumpy far to many other weeks of the year, I don't need to be for those four weeks. But I also don't have any time for anything else because I gave all my chipperness away in the 14 hours that I was awake. No scrapping, not allot of visiting. Just home and work...home and work. I'm okay with that too.
But now that it is all over I have slightly more time to do things I enjoy...like scrapping. Tina gave me some papers to work with waaaaaaaaaaaay back in October and guess what?? I scrapped!!!
The first one is some funny pictures that were captured on Christmas day. I love them all because we all looked like we were having fun.
Huge fan of scrapping the 3x4 right now. so easy to create a collage in Picasa and send to your developer. You can fit way more pictures on a single 12x12 layout.
Me and the bigs with Santa. My kids wont go near him alone. Also, I forgot to put a title on this one so I made the teeny tiny chipboard the title just above the picture. It says "Have you been good?" I thought it was appropriate enough...and easy.
And then lastly, one about Scout, our elf. The boys LOVE him, especially M. I have been so impressed that he hasn't tried to touch him for the last two Christmases.
I have one or two more Christmas themed pages that I want to do. As much as I love to scrap the everyday, I love to scrap the holidays. They are part of our memories that I want to remember. In the mean time though I'm reading this in my limited spare time:
So far so good. I got a little emotional within the first three pages of reading it, but that story is for another day. I'm looking forward to the moments that I can curl up with it.
Have a great day!