Wednesday, November 16, 2011

a bit of a vacation

I am in the middle of packing for a small semi-vacation right now.  And because of that, totally forgot to write a post for today!  So here goes :-)  We are having our annual mocksgiving at my brother-in-law's this weekend, and that coincides with a trip for Matt's work, so we will be combining the two.  It makes more sense than traveling back and forth in a few days time!  I am looking forward to the following:

~someone making my bed everyday
~free breakfast at the hotel
~a pool and a hot tub
~a night out with my lovely friend
~a fun filled day of family and food

In the meantime, I will hopefully be doing a lot of knitting while Matt has the car and I am sitting with two babes in a hotel room!  Right now I am still working on Christmas knitting.  Surprise surprise.  I guess I am always working on Christmas knitting.  It is a little difficult this year because my little Emma sees me working everyday, and is constantly asking about her list.  Not to mention that when I finish something, she wants to use it immediately.  I have been trying to do my "finishing" when she is sleeping :-)

This week I read Austenland which I saw on another yarn along blog recently.  I love Jane Austen, and this was a cute story to read.  On a sort of related note, did anyone else see the recent news story about Jane Austen possibly being poisoned with arsenic?  Strange...I am also reading The Vampire Diaries: The Return: Nightfall. Which is seriously awesome, and not at all like the tv show...which I am still addicted to by the way.  I also have Simplicity Parenting waiting in the wings...clearly a wide variety of reading, but definitely all enjoyable!

I'm linking up with Ginny for her yarn along today!

1 comment:

  1. The yarn looks so nice.

    There is nothing as nice as having your bed made by someone else :-)

    Enjoy your time with friends and family.


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