Thursday, December 27, 2007

One month later...

I'm really sorry. Something happened to this month. Every time I sat down to chronicle my musings and experiences I was drawn away from the computer as if by magic.

Now I'm so far behind that I don't even know where to start.

Here are the posts that I meant to write:

Happy Birthday! Love, London
Hannah and I have birthdays one day apart, so we decided to go for an overnight in London to celebrate!

Put a Fork in Me
I finished the term at Bath Spa in a flurry of printing and revision.
These are the ladies in my novel workshop (Abby, Hannah, Fran, Me, and Mimi).

There's No Place Like It
Home to Alaska for Christmastime

Tree Trek 2007
There wasn't a ton of snow this year, but we made up for it by choosing a really, really cold day.

Poor Champy couldn't handle the chill, so he rode took turns riding in our coats.

Ugly Christmas Sweater Party 2007
There really is nothing that says Christmas more than a lot of ugly sweaters.

Jared and Mel wore basically the same sweater. People were getting them confused all night. It's a good thing Jared wore that sweet mock-turtle neck.

So I am happily home and enjoying Christmastime with family and friends. I hope you all had a Merry Christmas as well.

I promise to be a better blog-friend in the New Year!


Ken and Beth said...

We love the pictures...Merry Christmas and Happy New Year! We're glad that your first semester ended well...speaking of literary prowess, I read (looked at pictures) an article about the Albatross today in National Geographic. That would be a great poem to turn in for an assignment...with illustrations. Which one is Jared and which one is Mel?
We're excited you're back within a 7 day road-trip!
Ken and Beth

GreenEggsandSam said...

wow...a whole semester just flew by!
also, i like that your face is the only blurry one at the spa...anything we should know?

jessi said...

I had it on a timer and I was rushing to get into position. It's just how I roll.

Katrina said...

Great highlights post! I love what you said about ugly sweaters--it's so true. I have two that I could not possibly get away with anywhere but in an elementary school classroom (just in case I go back to teaching.)