This Sunday has felt backwards from the moment I woke up. It was 9 o’clock when I opened my eyes and I was alone in my bed. Usually, my youngest son, Rylen is in bed with me at 7 a.m. but with it being the Christmas weekend, I have them tonight instead since they are with me on Monday to do our couple of Christmas runs. I can’ wait for them to open their gifts tomorrow, the pictures will be priceless!!
I also did not make my first photo shoot of this winter either. That left me feeling like I was not following a routine, but what I did do meant the world! I met my father at my grandmother’s house and together, we fixed her kitchen light fixture. It was very wonderful to have the three of us together and doing something, even if it was fixing a light, we were together! It made my grandmothers world for the day. Though she is still very young, only in her 60’s, she lives alone and I could tell she liked having family around, who wouldn’t? Family is so awesome!
Tomorrow is Christmas Eve and my mother is coming from Kentucky with my youngest brother and together, with my grandma (I just mentioned,LOL) are going to have a Merry Christmas with my sons. Though my house is small, it will be filled with a ton of love!
Last, but not least, The Boondock Kids made their way through the lunch line and the ever so sweet, Mrs. Sugar, greeted Mario, Louis, Sindy and Cristena. She had to remind Mario and Louis, once again, that having ‘seconds’ on fish would only be served after every student had their meal. Mario and Louis attempted to pass off that they were simply going to thank Mrs. Sugar for her hard work, however, knowing the two boys so well, Mrs. Sugar sees through the silliness. She is then greeted with killer kindness from Sindy and Cristena as they took their lunch trays. Sindy and Cristena are always so polite, a genuine trait both of the girls have! Now it is time to get to their table, eat and find out what Sindy is going to do for her makeup art project!
Should I not write tomorrow night, I want to wish you a Merry Christmas, Happy Holidays or any other term you use based on your personal celebration of this time of year! I wish you great memories and wonderful times spent with loved ones! Live With Passion!!