Saturday, November 22, 2008

Exactly One Million Things To Do

I have exactly one million things to do this weekend, so here I sit at the computer. :>} The snow makes quite a few things on my to-do list more difficult, but it is pretty. This photo was taken from our living room window. See the mailboxes down there that were surrounded by flowers in the spring and summer? Now they're surrounded by snow. Daniel kindly keeps our driveway shoveled all winter.
The buds on the Christmas cactus are filling out. Another few days and they'll open up. Nice!
Company is coming on Wednesday for Thanksgiving. This is the kind of company that sees behind the shower curtain and in the linen closet, since they'll be staying a few days. I have some serious cleaning to do! I did buy six new washcloths - perhaps they'll never see the old ratty ones. I have four days off this week - who-hoo!

6 comments:

Suzanne said...

The snow is beautiful, I just love your photos and thank you for sharing them with us because that is what I imagined it to be like.
Hope you have a very good long weekend and don't get too serious about the cleaning.

Tine said...

The snow looks awesome!! I would love to have that much snow here :)
Your Christmas cactus is lovely, I think your guests should look at that, and appreciate the wonderful company instead of looking behind the shower curtain....

ladydi said...

Oops, I didn't mean to sound like they LOOK behind the shower curtain to check up on the housekeeping. I just meant they'll be showering, and, you know. . .I want it to sparkle. We're actually very excited to have company!

Suzanne, I can hardly imagine living in a place where you have to imagine what snow is like, instead of living with it four or five months of the year. :>}

This "intercultural exchange of information" has been so cool - I love learning about the places you all live. This morning I had the atlas out to remind myself where my blog friends live. Now I'm really going to go get something done. :>}

Daisy said...

You have one million things to do and I only have a thousand, but still it seems like a lot, and I'm same place you are in front of the computer! HA HA!
Seriously, though, I hope you enjoy your time off and have a wonderful visit with your company. Happy Thaksgiving to you! :D

The Gingerbread House said...

I love the picture of the snow, and the driveway says "Come on in an sit awhile" :o)...
The Cactus looks lovely...Ginny

Connie W said...

My cactus looks almost like yours. Love that snow...puts me in the holiday mood. Happy Thanksgiving.