Memoir Monday {No. 8}

Our week flip-flopped from last week. We started out with gorgeous sunshine and no wind and ended the week with plummeting temperatures and bundling up again. I’m so thankful for a warm house and contemplate on people that do not have homes to go warm up in when it is frigid out.

Hello to having friends over and playing in our forts in the woods and taking advantage of the awesome weather!


Hello to still enjoying my fall decor, though it’s time to move on.

Hello to baby niece stopping by with her mama and bringing us her one-year-old photos. She is walking and talking. I can’t believe how many things she’s starting to say.

Hello to an afternoon walk with my mother-in-law.

Hello to washed out spots in the wheat field to redrill.

Hello to the Bless a Homemaker~Kitchen Aid Mixer Giveaway! Go enter! You can gift it to someone else if you win and don’t need it.

Hello to cleaning out our chimney.

Hello to emptying out the shed and to two farmhands sweeping it out for their daddy.

Hello to juggling and positioning and putting equipment all away.


Definitely underpowered here, don’t ya think?! Wasn’t sure if we could get this old drill pulled out from the back of the shed or not.

Hello to filling woodbox in prep for cold temps!


Hello to cleaning off combine..itchy, itchy job since it was full of milo dust.

Hello to filling in irrigation system tracks.

Hello to Christmas lists and online ordering.

Hello to hauling out the Christmas decor! Nativities and sparkle.


Hello to this year’s Lego Nativity! Hello to last year’s!

Hello to joining in on the fun of Style for the Season!

Hello to showing and selling Lilla Rose at my second craft show. It’s been lots of fun!

Hello to attending a local Nativity Pageant! They use real animals and the camels were somewhat agitated and much jumpier than we had ever seen them. It took them several attempts to get one of the camels to behave and line up where he was supposed to so that the king could dismount. Made it rather interesting! And I got to hold “Baby Jesus” after the pageant was over. The baby’s mother came by where Renae and I were standing and we talked to her and asked how old her baby was and visited for a little. She asked me if I wanted to hold him and I said, “Sure!” He was only two and a half weeks old and was so sweet. He was awake and just looking around checking everything out.  We’ve attended this pageant many times, but this time will stand at as more memorable!

Hello to thinking about Christmas coming right up and several things I want to do and several things we need to do. If our blog gets kind of quiet, we’re just busy! I do have some things I’d like to post, so we’ll see what all gets done!

Have a very blessed Christmas season! What are some of the things you want to do during the holidays?

Linking up:

Lisa Leonard

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    Love the Lego nativity scene! So cute!!


  1. […] Lego Nativity ~ this is the third year, my son has built one for me. I wanted to make sure I included it somewhere on here. I still have some posts I’d like to compile from our Christmas. We have past Lego nativities here and here. […]

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