December 1, 2008

Christmas & Computers

It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas. We decked the halls of our house this weekend, so I thought I needed to do a little blog decorating as well.

Also, I might be a little sparse on the ol' computer for a while. It's about to crash. I can just tell. You don't even want to know how long it took me to change the header. Patience was a big part of the last hour and a half of my life. I even called Sean while I was watching the bars sloooowly inch to completion on this dinosaur and told him I was about to lose my mind! So maybe I wasn't being very patient afterall......

My question is, we are probably going to have to buy a computer soon. Sean is dead-set on getting a laptop. Any suggestions? He wants a Mac, but aren't they pretty pricey? I want the best bang for our buck, and there isn't a lot of buck, okay.

Gotta get off the computer now. I think I'm starting to go cross-eyed.

Oh, and happy beginning of Advent. I hope as we all prepare our homes (and our blogs), we will also prepare our hearts for the coming of Christ!

edited to add: Thanks to my friend, Katie, for taking our Christmas card photo on Saturday. Katie is so awesome with the girls. She does such a good job of making them look like little angels. You would never know they give their mama trouble all day long or that the older one was not very cooperative during the photoshoot ;). You ROCK, Katie!

2 comments:

shalonda said...

cant wait to see the pics....the blog looks fabulous and happy advent to you, we are going to make our own advent wreath next week (after the party mania dies down) with reliable toilet paper rolls yall should make one too hun!

Katie said...

Good news is the cards are finished! Just gotta find a night this week to get with you and give them to you!

Blog looks great!

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