Halloween Craziness And Family Fun

Halloween Craziness And Family Fun

I feel like I am going around in circles.  I have so many things going on that I barely have time to check in here or my email.  I am to the point that I can’t agree to do anything without looking at my calendar.  Halloween parties for my daughter are filling up any spare time I have.  I have a family day scheduled for November 8th.  Thanksgiving is scheduled for my house this year, with my husband’s side of the family.

My days are spent running errands, and cleaning the house.  I’m also back to working on the bathroom.  It’s halfway completed.  I’m trying not to think about Christmas, because getting through Halloween and Thanksgiving is stressful enough.  I’m not sure where we are going to get the money for Christmas presents, but I’m not going to worry about it.  Every year, I worry, and every year, it works out.

Don’t expect a post next week.  I already know that I will be too busy to sit at the computer and write one.  I might be able to pop in and upload a picture or two.  I’m so glad that I didn’t let my daughter talk me into hosting a Halloween party this year.  That would have been the final straw for me.  I also think my husband is starting to feel a little overwhelmed by all of the things we have going on.

He wanted to go down to the beach and see his mom this coming weekend, but we couldn’t fit that into our scheduled.  I warned him, when he first mentioned it at the beginning of the month, that we might not be able to.  I don’t think we will be able to get down there until after the New Year.  I know he wants a day down there to go fishing.  If he wants it bad enough, he’s going to have to take over some of my household list of Things That Need To Be Done Before Thanksgiving.  You know what I mean, ladies.  When you are hosting a holiday dinner, you have to start a month ahead of time to get everything ready.  If done properly, you end up with the perfect family dinner. ( Yep.  Like that will really happen)

1 comment to Halloween Craziness And Family Fun

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