Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Change of plans...

This week was going to be our all out bake-athon prepare for Christmas week. However, the metal bowls typically used in the kitchen have been called to duty all over the house. Some are here beside the bed in my room, others are lolling about the living room floor strategically placed between the couch and inflatable mattress that is covering the floor space between the couch and the TV. The TV is grinding along, cheerfully spinning out video after video and DVD after DVD entertaining those too ill to really care what is on the screen.

Your prayers are gratefully received and we beg for their continuance.

My posts may be a little sporatic over the next fews days, but do look for the results for the poll regarding Shicken Run and St Nick as well as what St Nick decided to do about this much loved

In the meantime, during this lull in the storm I will do a little writing as well try to catch up with email.

God Bless
Christi aka mum2twelve


Mama Heffalump said...

Praying for your dear family! *Hugs-a-bunch*

Lorcan said...

Oh dear dears...

I will be praying heartily, that all are well by BEFORE Christmas.

As I said in the pol, I am a great believer that shicken run would be a great thing for Saint Nick to place under the tree, and if the kids have not seen Walace and Gromit, by the same team, I would start with the shorts, before the great epic, The Curse of the Wererabbit.

With all the cases of food poisoning going about, have you been checked for any thing, or are you all sure it is a stomach flu?

Do feel better, all of you soon...

Thine in the light

Anonymous said...

Must be going around... all my metal mixing bowls are being put to a similar use. I am thinking of decorating mine, I have looked at it so much the last day or so. A nice happy face at the bottom of the bowl or something.

Hope you and yours are all feeling better soon!


Lorcan said...

Was thinking of you all this morning... after the news, Martha Stewart came on the teli, and before I reached the changer... there was a fellow on who had made a tree orniment of his granmother's broken rosery, put wee pins through the beads, to attatch them to a possibly silk covered ball... I thought that was such a nice way to keep an old rosery coming out every year.

Feeling better????

Thine in the light