New Year

Happy New Year!

We were uneventful on 12/31/07 and 1/1/08 we spent undecorating and cleaning our house. So far the year well, this month is filling up fast. Hannah starts dance on Thursday and has her birthday party on Saturday. J has already begun traveling and has quite the list of places to go already on the board. The end of the month will bring sex of the baby news. Taylor has started karate and loves. It has been good for her. Joshua is loud and the class clown so we are laughing a lot! My plate got busier as I am now the solo leader my MOPS group.

Anyway I have a question…what do you do with all those Christmas cards you get from family and friends all over…and all those pictures? OK if it is just a card I through it out but a picture card I feel bad to throw away such precious memories but what do you do with all of them?For now I have a drawer full of them..I just need to let go I am sure.

OK I gotta get back to all I need to do before time runs out and I get stressed.


1 Response to “New Year”

  1. 1 Anonymous
    January 9, 2008 at 7:10 PM

    I cut out all of the pictures and put them on the side of my refrigerator. It’s so fun to look at them throughout the year. This year, I even bought little flat plastic photo frames to put them so that they’re a little more organized on the fridge.

    Can’t wait to find out what you’re having!!!!

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