Here we are again, in the midst of another holiday season.
While I enjoy looking at everyone’s holiday trees and decorations and crafts (really, I do), I’ve done absolutely nothing.
My calendar tells me it’s still November - okay – so it’s the last day of November - yikes - I’m feeling behind. All you early birds are stressing me out!
Just kidding – (kind of)
Okay – so maybe it’s not entirely true that I’ve done absolutely nothing.
I organized my holiday playlist.
If there’s one thing that helps me de-stress during my daily commute,
it’s belting out “O Holy Night” in my car as though I’m Mariah Carey.
When I was a kid, my parents hid the Sears Wish Book until December 1.
See – I’m not really behind, right?
Remember the Sears Wish Book?
Oh how we loved that catalog.
We fought over it, spent hours gazing at toys, and circled nearly everything in it.
Can you imagine kids today getting excited over the Sears Wish Book?
Times, they sure have changed…
I was very excited the other morning, when I saw several trees hauled into the quad outside my office.
Last night was the tree lighting – complete with an a capella chorus.
Seriously, I wish I could ease my data analysis frustrations with the sounds of Christmas carols floating through my office window every day.
These pictures were taken from my office window - with my point-and-shoot - in the dark.
I had fun playing with photoshop paint effects to change my blurry photos into a blurry paintings.
This weekend I vow to get started on my holiday preparations.
Maybe some candles in the windows – a wreath on the door….
How about you? Have you started your holiday decorating? Shopping?
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