So, word on the street is that my eldest child, Kaden, is coming home TOMORROW! What? That is awesome sauce. Even though he didn’t call me to tell me, I’m okay with it. He’s in college now and doesn’t have to inform his mom of his comings and goings anymore. I mean, I just birthed him. All 10 pounds of him. Really, I’m fine. I’m sure I would have gotten stretch marks from one of the other kids eventually. My sacrifice of my youth should not give me any right or entitlement to know when he’s coming home. I’m sure he meant to text me. All that matters now is that my son will soon be home for a month and I’m overjoyed.
You can feel the love.
Which brings me to the reason for this quick post. I’m taking a break from my favorite things to share an easy Christmas project…and, my overall feeling when all my chicks are under my roof.
Please don’t tell anyone that the stockings are NOT hung by the chimney with care. In fact, they are still in the sterilite containers in my dining room along with the nativity set and other various decorations. Instead of actually unpacking it all, I just made a quick faux wood JOY sign and called it a day.