Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Christmas anyone?

Its 106 days until Christmas...and I have been making my lists to do, casseroles to pre make and freeze, gift list, meal plans, filling in the calenders with parties and get togethers......do any of you know of a countdown to Christmas organizer? Something to get done a little at a time so your ready the first of December? I want to be able to enjoy Christmas this year......enjoy my kids with it. Let me know what you do to get ready for the holidays......grab some coffee and peppermint....come on in.

7 comments:

Sgt and Mrs Hub said...

That is a scary number!! 106 days! It's going to be a busy holiday season at our house so I am looking forward to seeing what people have for you concerning the organizing ideas. I am sure going to need them!

-Andrea

Chappyswife said...

It'll be here before we know it. You are wise to start planning now. What casseroles freeze well?

{Karla} said...

oh my -- you are good!!!

I am hoping that one day I will be that on top of things...

I am hoping that this year I can get some early shopping done.

Blessings,
Karla

Our Family of Five said...

oh I want to know this too!! If you get a planner recommendation, will you pass it on to me? Anything to cut back on the chaos of Christmas is a great idea in my book. You know, if there isn't one out there, it would be a good 'business opportunity'. :) I'm sure it would sell. I definitely would buy it! :)

Kelli said...

I can't believe it's only 106 days away! I am determined to shop early this year!! I would to hear about the casseroles you have planned!
Kelli

Family O'Foxes said...

I bought my first Christmas gift this past weekend. One down a million to go!
~Amy

Karen said...

I can't remember how I found your blog (blog surfing), but it's awesome. Christmas, wow. You know what in New Zealand (I'm a Brit married to a Kiwi) christmas is celebrated very differently, it's wind down and go away on holiday time, get on the shorts and the sun screen and have a bbq Christmas meal. I must admit there are times I so miss my British Christmas's and singing about white christmas and snowmen, doesn't work in the blistering sun, but it is lovely to go away with the family, to the beach, enjoying the relaxation. It does give a very different slant to the season.