Project 365 {week 51}

We are down to the last week, my friends.

The last full week.

But before we run head-first into this crazy last week of 2013, let’s look at the week that just wrapped up.

December 15: Celebrating December birthdays (Cort and our nephew, Jack) and decorating Christmas cookies

December 15: Celebrating December birthdays (Cort and our nephew, Jack) and decorating Christmas cookies

December 16: I'd say we've had some cold, winter weather.

December 16: I’d say we’ve had some cold, winter weather. (also apparently I work late; my car looks lonely)

December 17: Taking stock of my reading for the next few weeks...not a piece of fiction in the bunch!

December 17: Taking stock of my reading for the next few weeks…not a piece of fiction in the bunch!

 

December 18: Our first Christmas party (with Cortney's stepmom) brings the first new toys in the house.

December 18: Our first Christmas party (with Cortney’s stepmom) brings the first new toys in the house.

 

December 19: Made a bunch of banket for a staff potluck that ended up not happening because of a snow day. More for us!

December 19: Made a bunch of banket for a staff potluck that ended up not happening because of a snow day. More for us!

December 20: A snow day meant Eddie's class' party is postponed until after break, so we decorated a gingerbread house during Charlie's nap.

December 20: A snow day meant Eddie’s class’ party is postponed until after break, so we decorated a gingerbread house during Charlie’s nap.

 

December 21: Lazy Saturday morning = The Incredibles and apple munching.

December 21: Lazy Saturday morning = The Incredibles and apple munching.

This week is jam-packed with friends and family and food and fun!

We can’t WAIT!

Oh, and I have a holiday music giveaway going on…go enter!

Happy holidays to all of you, our internet family!

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About Katie

Just a small town girl...wait no. That is a Journey song. Katie Sluiter is a small town girl, but she is far from living in a lonely world. She is a middle school English teacher, writer, mother, and wife. Life has thrown her a fair share of challenges, but her belief is that writing through them makes her stronger.

Comments

  1. That bat cave hub is the best toy I’ve seen in a long time. :). Merry Christmas to the Sluiters!! This Christmas is going to be a fun one for you.
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  2. I got such a thrill seeing my book there!!! 🙂

    And now I want to get Hands Free Mama too.

    The snow looks so pretty where you are. I makes everything seem so cozy.
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  3. Bake some banket for me, will ya?

    I loved Stephen King’s On Writing! (and can’t wait for Jennie’s book to arrive)
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  4. Are those rabbit birthday candles? I’m guessing not, but that’s what the shape looks like. Ha! Eddie has the same cheese face as Ervin…I love the gingerbread picture!
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  5. I need to check out “A Lady in France” – hope it’s available on Kindle. Love the gingerbread house, we didn’t end up making one this year as we’ve had a week full of sickness and not much got done! Merry Christmas to you and yours!!! xoxo
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  6. Stephen King On Writing is fantastic. The man is amazing that he can make a book about writing interesting as any of his others. Although – I still have trouble getting through It.
    Have a Merry Christmas.
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