Weekends

 

How was your weekend?

Mine was a good one. Thanksgiving morning we zoomed with our daughter which was delightful. The day after Thanksgiving at my sister's house with my family, my husband and I drove over to Ohio for the day to see our son, daughter in law and our grandson at the other grandparent's house. Oh the joy!! 

Our little grandson wasn't feeling well and was a bit cranky but we did get to hold him as long as he could see his parents. He is growing up so fast! He's nine months old now.

Saturday morning was for both of us a recovery day from being in the car most of the Friday. I did decorate the 'big' tree in the living room. The above photo is the 'little' tree in the family room. My house is officially decorated. 

Yesterday I dabbled in paints, did the laundry, knitted and wrote that mighty to do list for the week. 

How was your weekend?


Comments

  1. Pretty tree!! How lovely that you were able to see your grandson (and hoping he is feeling better) - hard to believe he is 9 months old!! Our weekend was full with Colin & Mailing being home.

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  2. Your tree is so lovely, Karen! But how is your grandson 9 months old already! Wow! Time flies!

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  3. What a lovely weekend, full of family and getting things done at home. I can't believe your grandson is 9 months old already!

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  4. I haven't even started decorating. Your tree and advent calendar look very pretty. It is so wonderful that you got to visit with your grandson. The time goes by so very quickly.

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  5. What a pretty tree! I normally don't have a tree up as we usually go home to my mom at Christmas, but we're staying put this year. I might actually manage to get one up and decorated for once!

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  6. Oh so sweet that you were able to see you grandson. Your tree looks lovely.

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  7. I have a feeling everyone of the ornaments on your tree has a story behind it. It seems just a month or two ago your grandson was born. Where did the past year go?

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  8. Happy Thanksgiving Karen! I love your tree! It looks like it's filled with memories and traditions. I decorated this weekend too. Not to mention eating my weight in leftover pie. I'm hoping to get in a few walks this week if the weather is good! : )

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  9. I love your tree! Your ornaments are so fun! So glad you had a nice Thanksgiving and got to go see your son, daughter-in-law and grandson. That makes the holiday complete! I the poinsettia you painted. I hope you have a good week. :-)

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  10. Lovely tree! Beautiful ornaments that I am sure hold so many memories. Your painting is beautiful! Have a cozy evening!

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  11. It looks like Christmas at your house. I officially dusted the dining and living rooms and put away a few things that will be gradually replaced by Christmas decor. Your family gathering and visiting sounds very special. I hope that darling little grandson feels better soon.

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  12. Your tree looks beautiful! I am not allowed to start Christmas til after my grandson's birthday, a rule made by both my grand babies ) which was yesterday. So, we will see how much I get done this week. Glad to hear you had a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend, being with family is the best!

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  13. Oh my your grandson is nine months, where did that time go? Your tree looks lovely.

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