Happy Sunday to y'all!
Can you believe it's the second of Advent already,
3 more weeks to Christmas,
and I'm running so...o behind on everything
including posting on the blog!
Sorry, but I have a great excuse,
our youngest son graduated from OSUT.
We are so proud of him and
Yes, we made the trip to Georgia twice over the last
30 days to visit for Family Day and
for the Turning Blue Ceremony/Graduation!
Our little boy all grown up,
I'm tearing up just typing this post,
but adding Army Mom to my title makes
me very very proud!
Words can not describe what I felt that day.
Proud and sad at the same time,
knowing that in just a few short moments we had
to say goodbye to him
and he was leaving for his new duty station.
It's hard to put it into words and I know
I will never stop worrying about him.
Finally got his picture framed and
working on the embellishments.
Not quiet done yet,
I want to add all his duty stations and dates
onto the right site of the frame but
Our handsome Infantryman!
And finally after all the hustle and bustle
of traveling we finally got our tree up this weekend.
Same ornaments as last year with the
... Mr. Mouse and
... Mrs. Mouse.
Found these two adorable critters at a
Cracker Barrel Store somewhere between
Kentucky and Georgia.
Very appropriate ornaments for a household
with 3 cats.
And my gigantic stocking is hung too.
HeHe, looks like I been a real good girl this year!!!
Love using bottle brush trees for decorations,
actually you can find them all over our house
and not just around the holiday season.
Another new addition to our
Christmas decorations is this little
ladder made out of old tobacco sticks and
Hope to display some of our Christmas Cards
on this little ladder.
My old quilt stocking.
I adore old and new quilts,
so whenever I come across something made out of
old quilt pieces it is hard for me to resist not to buy.
I hope you enjoyed the little tour
How is your Christmas decorating coming along?
Thank you so much for stopping by,
hope you have a wonderful