Hi everyone! It’s Sunday night and I’m just relaxing and reading blogs and facebook and e-mail and thinking about the week ahead. A Facebook friend of mine posted this interesting article a little while ago so I thought you might like it too, especially you history bloggers. I had no idea that the White House had been gutted and re-built. Enjoy! Here’s to a good week!
What the White House Looks Like Completely Gutted – NationalJournal.com.
Today is catch up day for me. I’m trying to house clean before we start the holiday baking and cooking, and before the Grandmas start arriving next weekend. I just handed the bulk of my Christmas cards to the mailman. I have pulled pork in the crock pot, and I really, really need to fold and put away a ton (literally) of laundry! If I can do these few things, all will be well with the world… It’s coming along, that’s all I can say. Of course, over coffee this morning I did a little bit of blog reading and wanted to share a few of my favorites with you.
First off, Amy-Sue at a Healthy Life for Me blogged about how to make these adorable terrarium ornaments. They would make a wonderful gift, but I can also see them hanging in the windows of our new office. Here’s the link for you to check out.
Then I thoroughly enjoyed this post that my friend Eunice at Living and Lovin had re-blogged from a new-to-me blog called The Garden Diaries. It describes the blogger’s adventures as a volunteer decorator at the White House last year. “Decorating the White House for Christmas” has now been added to my bucket list. What a great story and wonderful photos!
Lastly, I loved this post shared by my dear friend Joy at Diary of a Crazed Housewife.
Joy is fortunate to be related to Santa and she shares that privilege with special children in her life… very, very cute!
So, that was my early morning reading… I hope it makes you smile 🙂
I’m off to dust, vacuum, fold and take kids places and I have two hours and twenty seven minutes before the little kids get off of the bus!