"Tis the Season



The Christmas Season is in full swing for all of us here at the farmette.  Gifts for students are being wrapped, trees are up, and lights are lit. 

At school, cinnamon dough has been made for my students to design ornaments, their Christmas play practice is going well, and they took a trip to the movies today, courtesy of our PTO.  

Menu planning has begun for the extended family Christmas dinner, being held here at our home.   

Not much time left.......

Are you ready?  



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  1. You sound like all is under control. I am close, but not quite...e this weekend in order to fully enjoy my kidnicks home from school. The Cinnamon Ornaments we many may years ago still adorn our tree. Such neat memories!

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  2. Michelle, you do sound like one busy beaver!! But, the Christmas season is my favorite time of year so I love all the goings on. Have a great week.

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  3. Hello, sounds busy and fun at the same time. I just have to bake a pie for Christmas dinner at my niece's house. Cute Santa! Happy Tuesday, enjoy your day!

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  4. 'tis the season and I am waaaay behind . . .
    I think I will call this crunch week . . .

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  5. No, I'll be tap dancing just as fast as I can come Christmas.

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    1. Donna, most of my activities are centered around school right now. Come the first week of my break, I will be shopping like crazy!

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  6. Cinnamon dough, what a wonderful artistic project for your students.
    I still have handmade ornaments from the children, that I place on our Christmas Tree every year!
    Sounds like a busy and wonderful life!
    Jemma

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  7. Ready ???? No, but working on it.

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  8. Oh my goodness. You sound extraordinarily busy!

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  9. Tree is up here, nativity is out but nothing else. We'll be headed off half way across the country so no big doings here for Christmas.

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  10. Glad things are going along well for you! Come and help me get sorted!

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    1. Christine, if I didn't have my students/school items to take care of, I might not feel so crazy!

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  11. I'm in the process but far from done. But I got my cards all done so on to the next deadline.. :-) I will host two luncheons next week.. one for my sisters and one for 3 blog friends. Have fun with your family times.. and you're a nice teacher!!
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  12. Cinnamon dough...aren't you a great teacher! Ready?...that's funny ;-)

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    1. Lori Leigh, my students thought the dough was too sticky and no one wanted to touch it! lol

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  13. Nooooo!!!!!! I'm beginning to panic!

    Love your header!

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  14. No, not really. We will be traveling but I had to decorate anyway. I needed a little Christmas to get me in the swing :)

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  15. Sounds wonderful! I am getting there.......Hope your week is sweet. x Karen

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  16. Not too bad....gifts almost all done. Big office party at our home this Sunday for The Mister's business...once that's done, it's almost home free! haha.

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  17. Lucky you to be ready. I have made my Christmas cards but have not had time to sit down to write in them yet. I am just way too busy these days with painting, gallery business and looking after a sick kitty.

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  18. I just love your new header. I am not ready. Still trying to finish crochet!
    New job tomorrow. Not sure what to expect.
    Hope your week is going great. Thanks for coming by!
    XXOO

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  19. You are sooooo much more organised than moi Michel!e. I had better pull my socks up pronto, my gorgeous son, daughter in law and granddaughter arrive next week from Sydney :)

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  20. Cute Santa. Not ready here by any means but I love the sound of yours. My daughter-in-law is putting on a Christmas play at her school and today she is making dozens of sheep ears for the children's costumes. Son is helping her. Sure wish I could be a fly on that wall :)

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  21. No not quite ready. if I didn't have to work for a living I think I could be ready LOL
    I love dragging out all my Christmas decorations old and new
    Last year I unpacked and put something out for a month before Christmas the of course it took that long to put it all away.
    That extended family Christmas dinner sounds good.
    Thanks for always stopping by my blog

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  22. "Fin nisse", as we say in Norwegian.
    He will be happy to stay with you!
    Enjoy the season and all happy days with friends and family. I like the winter images at the top of your blog too.

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  23. I'm ready, but I need to wrap. And I want to can Christmas jam for teacher gifts this year.

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  24. He's got lovely blue eyes...i'm quite smitten

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  25. We are ready (almost) in that our little tree and village are up and this eek I decorated the apt entry and have been writing out Christmas cards.

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  26. Sounds like a fun time of year for your students! I'm sure they enjoy making the Christmas ornaments!

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  27. I'm always ready for holiday festivities...no matter WHAT holiday.

    Love the Santa....making ornaments from clay sounds like a lot of fun. Oh, and field trips....one of my favorites in school. :-)

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  28. Ready for Christmas??? Of course we are! After Christmas is before Christmas... ;-)
    Enjoy a great weekend with your loved ones!Regards from Germany, Uwe.

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