I hope that everyone had a wonderful Christmas and spent lots of time with loved ones. We had a really great Christmas, but its good to get back to normal. We started our festivities on Tuesday night and had something everyday through yesterday, Friday. That was five places total because we went to two on Christmas day. We feel very blessed that we have so many loved ones to spend the holidays with, but sometimes it gets a little overwhelming. Now we have to make room for all the new things that the kids recieved.
They really had a wonderful Christmas. Santa brought Colton a 22 rifle for youth and gun stuff. He was so excited he is really getting into hunting now. He got a hunting light and coon squaller from his grandparents. So he is ready for the woods. He got tons more but I can't remember everything.
Santa brought Emma her first sewing machine. She was so excited because she threw a holy fit for it in Jo Ann's a few months back, so I went back and got it. She also got an art easel, that I found at an antique store. It's not an antique and it was practically brand new, with a chalkboard on one side and dry erase on the other. She loved it. She also got some holly hobbie stuff and clothes. She got tons more too.
Overall we had a wonderful Christmas and I think everyone got exactly what they wanted.
I'm 30 years old and I have just been diagnosed with breast cancer. I am a wife, a mother, a daughter, a sister, an aunt, a friend and a fighter. This blog is my way of keeping everyone in the know on whats going on with me and being my outlet for when things get tough. I will have bad days and it will not always be sunshine and rainbows but I will do my best to keep it light and fun. Because cancer can be funny...right!