|The name cards were an hour before Thanksgiving thought. We kept getting confused about if we had the right number of seats, etc. So as much as I wanted to do glitter cards, these ghetto cardstock ones did the job.|
|These are a little hard to see, but they are the printables I mentioned on an earlier post. They were also a last minute thought, but I thought they were so freaking cute.|
|I never #Selfie but I was trying to build confidence before I walked into Black Friday madness. "You can do this. You can knock someone out if you have to."|
I wasted no time. I made this for my apartment because I had the cricut for a few more days and I am festive.
I also convinced my parents to not put up our big tree this year. The little tree by the fire place is just so cozy. The Aggie blue colors are a plus.
Mark came back from Idaho on Black Friday so we planned a date night with Chandler and Lindsay. The plan was to eat at Cheesecake Factory at City Creek and then do the lights. Cheesecake Factory is no joke. We waited almost two hours, expectedly, and then ate so much we couldn't even move. So we scratched the lights and made Christmas ornaments insteaa!
|Cutest Hobby Lobby paper|
Lindsay and I get the prizes for best ornaments. We'll throw Chandler a bone and give him most creative. Sorry Mark, you get nothing.
Mark and I love SLC. We are just happier here even though we live further apart!
It was a perfect break. Now to hit the ground running and most likely tripping.
I am taking a blog break so I can study for my one final (saving grace) and my two looming Praxis tests that I keep getting anxiety attacks about. It's too bad I can't just promise I will be a good teacher and the state of Utah will call it good. Ugh.
So in case I don't make it back here for a few weeks, Happy Holidays!