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Wednesday, December 19, 2007

I'm Still Here...

I promise I haven't fallen off the edge of the earth. Christmas preparations are of course, I have no photos to show. But Big Sis' socks came off the needles last night, which is a huge relief. I've put a hat OTN...

By this time next week? Most everyone will be spending gift cards. And I'll still be finishing Christmas knitting as we'll have at least one more Christmas over the New Year's weekend. (Family is so dispersed, it's rare we can all get together at once.)

But then, that's kinda fun, you know?

Anyway, I'm already thinking about my "year in review" post for next week. And about the post I'll do when I put together my plans for 2008.

How about you? Have you taken a minute to reflect?


Blogger Kim said...

I like Christmas' like that. It makes it feel as though Christmas lasts just a bit longer. After all the fuss over getting ready I like it to last.

I haven't taken a single moment to reflect yet. Guess I need to do that some time soon.

10:07 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Wow you are really ahead of the game already taking time to reflect. :) I am just trying to make it through Christmas and then we can think about that. But good for you because actually by suggesting it you made me start thinking about next year and reflecting on this. Way to go. :)

10:15 PM  
Blogger Theresa said...

Lately I've been all about trying to plan for 2008. Going to be busy!

11:55 PM  
Blogger Carole Knits said...

It does get hectic this time of year, doesn't it? But I think reflection is so important. I looked at my list of knitting goals for this year a few weeks ago and I did pretty well.

7:10 AM  
Blogger JudyMac said...

Our Christams season normally reaches until Twelfth night (6th Jan), and you are so right, it makes it all seem to be more fun.

I have sat and reflected, some changes in my life are being planned as I write. Next year should be a good one.

8:09 AM  
Blogger Chris said...

Already thinking of your year in review post? I am so not ready.

10:10 AM  
Blogger Opal said...

I think Christmas is going to last until Chinese New Year (February) for me since I'm not anywhere close to finishing the gift knitting. Maybe I'll just give out Chinese New Year gifts.

I give you credit for taking the time to reflect over the past year at such a hectic time. If I try to think of next year, I get a little panicky!

12:03 PM  
Blogger Birdsong said...

In my nanosecond of reflection that I have gotten so far, I realized that doing the UFO Resurrection was one of my best "KALs" in 2007, and I better continue it! I am looking forward to seeing the photo shoot of the great gifties I know you have been working on:)

9:15 AM  

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