Dog Christmas Ornaments

19 Dec 18
atimetoshare.me

This year is the first year in my 54 years of marriage and 76 years of living that I haven’t decorated a tree.  I seem to be letting go of a lot of the old traditions lately.  Many think that the Christmas tree is a throwback to pagan religions and really doesn’t have anything to […]

19 Dec 18
debby weighs in

I noticed I have some favorite things that I do every year at Christmas. Quite a few years ago my BF gave me some iTunes money. I actually do not like iTunes. But I bought two movies with that money–Elf and The Santa Clause. That has come in very handy, because I like watching both […]

19 Dec 18
Nothing but Nette

I love sitting in my family room with only the lights from my Christmas tree on.  It’s almost magical.  I can sit and stare at my tree for hours.  I love looking at each of my ornaments and thinking  about the memories behind each one. Not many of you know, but in October of 2010 […]

19 Dec 18
Cozy Knitty Things

I have a dog (Polly), a “spirited” (aka crazy) 4.5 year old rescue. I have a child (Henry) who has recently become an “independent” (aka extremely stubborn) two year old. Between the two, my mornings are… exhausting. As evidence, this is a typical day in the life: I congratulate myself as I have gotten Henry […]

19 Dec 18
Rainne's Ramblings

  Christmas Kisses by Stacy Lynn Carroll, Tara C. Allred, Stephanie Connelley Worlton and Ali M. Cross     Are you ready to fall in love? Take the chill out of winter with four new multi-genre romances from best-selling and award-winning authors Tara C. Allred, Stacy Lynn Carroll, Ali M. Cross, and Stephanie Connelley Worlton. […]

19 Dec 18
The Erudite Gorilla

Episode 13: Secret Santa At the end of last episode, Myka left the Warehouse after saying goodbye to everyone in a letter. But this is a special Christmas episode, which means it fits somewhere earlier in the order of episodes.

19 Dec 18

About the Holiday Today’s holiday gives people an opportunity to learn about and appreciate the variety of evergreen trees that grow locally and around the world. During the winter these giants stand out against snowy landscapes with their deep-green needles that retain their color all year around and always offer the hope of spring. For […]

19 Dec 18

I have been so busy with school and finals for the last few weeks. I cannot wait for Christmas break it is long overdue, and so is another blog post. I have been posting 12 days of Christmas on my Instagram and I thought why not share it with my blog! There is no rhyme […]

19 Dec 18
Sass and Sippy Cups

Good evening, friends, and welcome to Blogmas Day 7! Sorry I’m so late with this one, my toddler had some tummy troubles all day. Funny thing is when she’s sick, she doesn’t cry or whine all that much. What she does do is touch everything and turn the house upside down. So of course today […]

19 Dec 18
GROW Local South Texas

For some people, opening up stockings can be just as exciting and an integral part of the holidays as opening the bigger presents under the tree. As with regular presents, children and adults alike wonder what goodies await them in their stockings every year. As such, you want to make sure that you’re getting them […]

19 Dec 18
It's All In Perception

It can be stressful being Cupid. Keeping as many secrets as i have can be difficult. The only two beings in the Universe who know everything about me are my mini schnauzer, Simone and my kitty, Jonathan. Not even the other gods and goddesses know all, and thank goodness for that. I’d be in some […]

19 Dec 18
Patchwork Farm

Let me begin with this great little gem I found online, Written by a fellow mother raising children with a diagnoses of Reactive Attachment Disorder, commonly referred to as RAD, she has rewritten a classic Christmas favorite to reflect our reality… Ah, my friends, Listen to the song of my people… “‘Twas the night before […]

19 Dec 18
I'm a Writer, Yes, I Am!

I’m trying to figure out why I’m so depressed, and I’m hoping there is an external cause, like maybe it’s just the holidays. If there is no external cause, that sucks. Time will tell.  I honestly have never liked Christmas. I’ve tried to like it. I’ve liked aspects of it. I have had some really […]

18 Dec 18
WITHIN THE K STREETS

I don’t know about you but I, for one, am tired of passive-aggressive strangers coming to my door and demanding in chorus that I promptly provide figgy pudding and threatening that they will not leave until they get some. Oh well, it’s that time of year when Max and I indulge in the behaviors that […]