Wednesday, December 18, 2013

Wordless Wednesday: Christmas Planning

Well, I'm good at making lists, anyway, even if the execution sometimes befuddles me:

Sunrise this morning, about 10 minutes after the snow showers ended:

And, plowing on Sunday.  Because everyone loves a good plow truck.

Happy Wednesday, everyone!


Pam said...

Can I come to your house for Christmas vacation? I would love every meal you will be making & I do dishes! ;)

The sunrise photo is stunning!

Big Dude said...

I cannot imagine putting together a plan for Christmas at you place, but you're an ole hand by now.

Anonymous said...

I love your Dickensian Christmas feasts, as you well know. And I'm just guessing at the tonnage of your standing rib roast -- and wondering how you get it through the door.

gMarie said...

love the lists. Will you make mine - but Christmas eve is traditionally frozen lasagna because I'm too far behind to do anything that takes thought or prep; Christmas breaky is Eggs Benedict (JB makes that!) and dinner is ham.

Now I just need to make the flannel pants, wrap gifts, box some up and mail them, dig out the decorations (think anyone would mind if the tree only had lights?) and find some time to relax and enjoy - all while working full time. ugh. g

Anonymous said...

Wow, that is some list! Or actually, some collection of list. Good for you for being so organized :)

Two French Bulldogs said...

You are very organized just like my mom

Mickle in NZ said...

Well done, dear Marjie. I especially like the feature of your menu for the 26th - "Find your own dessert"

I've been informed that I am roasting a chook (chicken) which will be served with veg from our Gordon's (my dear Dad's) garden. He smiled as I read out your shopping order!

Sending much care, love and huggles,

(p.s. is gorgeous ginger cat, Little Winston, coming with Eldest Son and his Fiancee?)

SissySees said...

It's "find your own dessert" here almost every night. I didn't realize that was an official plan. Phew. Thanks, Marjie. ;)

Since my cards missed the mail today, Merry Christmas. Enjoy our New Year's card when it does arrive!