With the New Big Top means new adventures in holiday decorating because that is a thing. Of course the planning literally begins when viewing potential properties last Spring…imagining where to put up the big tree and what Griswold-crazy my darling husband will wrought. We both admitted that to one another this weekend as we started to slowly pull out The Big Top Christmas Crazy.
New Big Top, new adventures in holiday decorating, excuse us while we take our time because we have the time.
Except for Daniel because Daniel insists that the big tree can not have just lights. That is just wrong.
Holidays are about experiences and people, and tuning into what you feel like doing at the moment. Enjoy not having to look at your watch.
~ Evelyn Glennie
…or looking at your smart phone.
Goals! I have goals this holiday season.
I’ve been doing a lot of art since I was five. ~ Fallon
You can not even imagine all that she has accomplished since she turned five…six days ago.
I like cancelled plans, and empty bookstores. I like rainy days, and quiet coffee shops. I like messy beds and over-worn pajamas and binge watching Netflix and Amazon.
No, not Gilmore Girls.
Most of all, I like the small joys that a lazy, rainy, holiday weekend brings.This one was good, very good.
The day after I am reminded what a good day Thanksgiving version 2016 was.
Like the old, tired phrase goes, we did have much to be thankful for, and we were, all of us. We were all very thankful here under The Big Top. In everything.
Well, in everything but text and phone conversations in the dark of night, when The Big Top is quiet in sleep. Those were the things that kept me up well past the early morning hours of the day after.
I really should just turn off my phone when I turn off the light.
I’m being vague, I know.
Trust me though, I am thankful that I am here living under The Big Top, living this circus life and loving every one who is a part of it. Everything. Everything in this life I give thanks for.
I really am fortunate.
Every other family argues about politics. My family argues about Harry Potter. ~ Zoë
Happy Thanksgiving, y’all!