It’s the last nice day here before winter possibly sets in. The weather network is telling me the weather will turn rainy and snowy this week, and we could get a lot of both types of precipitation.
It makes sense, because I’ve been feeling the urge to get some Christmas baking started. I think my internal clock might be in tune with natures. Or, I’ve been expecting it so long, my senses are telling me it’s time. Either way, I plan to start this week. I have to bring baking to our family Christmas social, which is always the first Sunday in December. There’s no time like the present to start!
On today’s agenda, is getting out and putting the kids’ bikes, scooters and other miscellaneous items back into storage in the shed. When K comes home from work, I’ll help him tear down the remainder of the trampoline and my patio table. Hunker down, in other words.
The weather has been so unpredictable this year, we weren’t able to visit our local corn maze. All the wind and rain made for a poor corn crop, so the maze didn’t open at all this year. I recently saw a picture of his bison chowing down on what did grow.
In the layout above, the day was nice for a tour of the corn maze, but the wind was chilly. It didn’t stop us from going. The kids really enjoyed it. I was hoping to go again this year, but it wasn’t in the cards. Oh, well. There’s always next fall.
Once again, there’s a snippet of Silver & Gold in this Layout; Jack, too. The stamp set is really old (it’s CTMH, too), and I bought it second hand from another rep. I was poised to sell it, but have recently changed my mind. It has come in handy, after all. Isn’t that how things always happen? Donate or toss something and suddenly have a need for it? I’m glad I still had it!
– Jack Paper Packet X7222B
– Silver & Gold Paper Packet X7226B
– Sorbet Cardstock X5983