Thursday, December 4, 2008


I can't believe it I am all alone tonight! My three grandkids and my youngest are all staying at my sisters tonight. Thank you Kathleen!!! Their mom won't be home until tomorrow night but I need to work tomorrow and let's face it I need a break. Those three wore me out! I tried to get some pictures but they won't all stay still at the same time! They are like little tornadoes going in different directions all at the same time. Well I got a chance to sit down and read some of my favorite blogs tonight and I was able to say hey to a few of you. I was inspired by Tracy over at Notes From A Cottage Industry to have a Christmas Cookie exchange this year. Tracy is having a Virtual Cookie Exchange.

If you haven't been to Tracy's blog you need to go there right away. She is so talented; I just love her syle.

For my Cookie Exchange I'm going to invite my mom, sisters, sisters in laws, ex sistera in laws (makes parties more interesting) and nieces to get dressed up for Christmas (maybe Christmas PJ's?) and join me for the exchange. I have a couple of weeks off before Christmas so I will schedule it then and we will have our first annual Christmas Cookie exchange!

Sounds yummy.

Well I think my bedding is finally dry (my room smelled like an out house after the kids slept in there all week) I'm going to snuggle between my clean sheets and sleep all night without being woke up for a bottle, kicked by little feet, having my pillow and covers taken or getting peed on!

Sounds like heaven!


PAT said...

Grandkids are the best!
I just saw your comment at Lynn's and see you are in STL. We're up north and west from STL. We are in Chesterfield quite a bit, at the doctor, etc.

Anyway, we're "practically" neighbors.

I enjoyed my visit to your great blog!

The Pink Rose Cottage said...

Peggy, Hope you got some rest! A cookie exchange in Christmas PJ's sounds so fun!

Lynn@ The Vintage Nest said...

I am so glad you got some "me" time! I haven't been to or had a cookie exchange in years. When the kids were small and we lived in a close knit neighborhood I always had a cookie exchange every Christmas with a dinner. What fun times they were. :)

Country Cottage Chic said...

A cookie exchange sounds like a fabulous idea...have fun with it!


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