Sunday, January 3, 2010

Happy New Year

I'm baack!! I survived another Holiday Season! This year I was busy right up until Christmas Eve at work. While I am grateful for the business, working 12-14 hour days can take their toll. I have been a complete sloth since Christmas, mostly eating, sleeping & spending quality time with my couch.

The last few days we have been getting a bit of snow as well as some frigid temps dropping into the teens. Great weather for hibernating!

For New Year's Eve, we got Chinese takeout. The highlight of the weekend has been a couple of short shopping trips where we exchanged a few gifts and bought some new snow boots.

I also had a chance to use one of my new presents, a new telescoping ice scraper.

Now that I have rested up, I realized I have neglected a few things. My blog & blog friends being one of the many areas I need to catch up with.

Hope everyone is healthy and had a good holiday.

Looking forward to finding out.

Here's to a wonderful year ahead! Happy 2010!






7 comments:

WeaselMomma said...

Love that snowman! There are days that I wast to stick a spike in it just to stop the pain.

jojo said...

Happy New Years! Mine is going to be better despite what the monsters put me through today!

Midcenturymadam said...

Love the photo. My three sons are almost grown, the youngest is 17. I get tired just thinking of what it took to raise them. I miss those early years though. Crazy isn't it? Happy 2010.

seashore subjects said...

Happy New Year to you too! Glad you had much needed bonding time with the couch. Everyone needs some!

Melisa with one S said...

Happy New Year to you!

Tara R. said...

Good to see you back out and about. Love the snap of all your boys and the snowman.

Hope 2010 is a great year for you and yours.

terri said...

Working 12 - 14 hour days, I think you're entitled to a little bonding with the couch!

What a cute Christmas photo of the boys! Two of them look a little dazed while the middle one looks like the go-getter! (Every family's got one of those on Christmas morning!)