“Remember this December, That love weighs more than gold!” – Josephine Dodge Daskam Bacon
Happy End-of-December! This month is my favorite of round-ups, because it’s the round-up of all round-ups. It almost feels like I need to do a yearly round-up, but that’s basically what I did in my blogiversary post a little while ago. I guess it didn’t provide a round-up of my life, but it did explain a year-in-review of my blogging journey. (hint: this has been quite the year of changes for my blog). But getting back on track, here is my traditional monthly to-do list, which was only half-done!
- Make a few ornaments for our tree. There were 2 “brand” new additions and some fixer-uppers!
Make a Christmas wreath.Kinda forgot, kinda love my fall wreath too much to take it down.
- Visit the local library with my baby. We found a BABY version of Jabberwocky. *dies*
- Start reading a new book. Twilight. Does it count as new?
- Begin reading a french blog. La Revue de Kenza– http://larevuedekenza.fr
- Do an act of charity daily until Christmas. Would like to maybe expand this next year!
- Try two new recipes. Mac n’ Cheese (amaze!) and salting pork (not a recipe, but a new technique!)
Rework my Google Ads.Saving this for January. (read: didn’t get around to it). Take my blogging course.See above excuse.
- Complete my craft projects for Christmas. I sewed a Mass quiet-time book and cross-stitched a onesie.
- Do all my Christmas shopping/mailing! For the first time ever, I didn’t even feel rushed!
- Celebrate Christmas with my family. Truly is the most wonderful time of the year! <3
This December 2016 was really a good one. It is impossible to not enjoy the holidays–and we definitely enjoyed them! Decorations were unboxed, stockings were hung, cookies were baked, cards were sent, Christmas music was played, so many pictures were taken, and memories were certainly made. I even think I saw one single snowflake! haha The best part about it all was spending so much time together as a family. I wrote a post about military Christmas traditions during time of separation, but I didn’t write one about our normal Christmas traditions. Maybe that will make it on next year’s to-do list? Leave a comment below about your Christmas traditions! Thank you for stopping by.