Tuesday, November 20, 2007

setting myself up...

You know you're setting yourself up for failure when you sign up to blog every day for a month!!! At least I am! Where have I been???? I went away for a girls to follow in next post...then I got horribly sick with the Ebola virus/pneumonia/the flu/ a cold/ the plague. After I felt a little better I had to go to work to make some mon-ay for Christmas gifts. That brings me to today. Today is housecleaning day. Walker Jen and her family are coming for Thanksgiving. I got lots to do around here before then and I have to work tomorrow...the day before Thanksgiving! AUGH!! It is feast or famine in my life, I tell ya. A couple of the teens told me yesterday that their moms weren't cooking on Thanksgiving (W-T-HECK???) so could they come over aaaannnndd the hubby invited a newly married couple. So far I am counting on at least 15 people with a possible of 5 more drop ins. It's gonna be a rockin' good time!!!!
Okay, I gotta go and get my house started. I have a mound of laundry that is taking over a whole room and I have a couple of errands to run.
Thanks for hanging in there with me!!!!


Lauren The Artist said...

Woah- full house!!! And yes, we have a card table to bring. :) ~jen~

Anonymous said...

Hurray, you're back. I've missed you! Happy Thanksgiving to the O family. Let's spend it together next year. PROMISE!!!
Love Grandma A Go Go and the Silver Fox

Rebekah said...

Wow you have a big day planned! I am glad to know all is well with you and I hope the virus was after the girls weekend! Have a great Thanksgiving and don't get too stressed! Love ya!

Anonymous said...

I'm glad you are back! One of the things I am thanful for this Thanksgiving is YOU! You bless me (and others) with your wonderful spirit. Happy Thanksgiving!


Tracey @ozcountryquiltingmum said...

Must admit, i have ahd a giggle about the lack of posts during post every day month when i call to visit!!
Hope thanksgiving was great and the more the merrier I always say! Tarcey

buffi said...

Here in Candyland, we call that illness "Bubonic Ebola." Pretty much covers all of the nasty symptoms and engenders respect ( and fear) from those who might want to "drop in."

I hope your busy, crazy Thanksgiving was good. The ones with a bunch of folks are always fun. My favorite Thanksgiving ever was when we lived in England and had much the same circumstances!