Monday, December 3, 2007

Yea Christmas!!

Trimming the tree has always been something I enjoy...a little bit of tradition that I like to carry on. Unfortunately, because of travel, I bought my tree 1 week later than I like, but it is up. Claire and I spent yesterday afternoon doing a bit of Christmas shopping and then heading over to my place for dinner and tree trimming.

Claire made a killer Southwestern Turkey Chowder (yes from scratch) and while it simmered we put up our lights...We got done with that and went to hang the rest of the decorations...unfortunately, we somehow forgot to get hooks, so that part would have to wait until Monday we sat and ate chowder, listened to Christmas Music, then watched a couple episodes of Scrubs, Season 5. It was a good evening.

I will neither confirm nor deny that I forgot to buy the hooks on purpose. It has been suggested that I did it so as to have a second night of Christmas music and tree trimming. That rumor seems to be dogging me and at this time, I will simply say that it it vicious.


Wonderful World of Weiners said...

Love the hat. And the tree is adorable. And you like Scrubs... All is well in the world!!

Not many people know what the hell I mean when I say FRICK, DOUBLE FRICK - bet YOU do!


Bogart in P Towne said...

Of course I do...just one question...not what are there pancakes doing in the silverware drawer, but rather, what is silverware doing in the pancake drawer?

Wonderful World of Weiners said...

Ohhhh, that's even better!!!

BTW, now that you made that "lovin the wiener" comment, I TOTALLY expect to blackmail you when you enter the political ring.

I'll be swimming in swedish fish (swimming, funny huh?) Wheat thins, Kahlua and ice cream for years to come!!!

If not, I'll relaease your comment to the press!!

I've got you!


Esther said...

you need some pictures on your wall...
-your sis

kpellatiro said...

Love the santa, laughed at the foos, but Ester's right - maybe leave the personal shopper at Nordy's alone and get on over to home furnishings (grin).

-- cue Journey --