Is It Tuesday or Wednesday, Friday Hopefully?!!

Yes the days are all blending into one and my head is all fuzzy!!!   I can’t honestly tell you what day it is!  Eldest is off this week and busy working on his project car, which has completely confused Treacle, who has gone into major hibernation mode as it has been really cold this week. 

I have still been working and yesterday when I had got finished I got this little job out of the way:

They are all now stamped and waiting to go!

Today I have to make 24 Christmas cookies for DH to take to one of the companies we work with as one of the staff is her Birthday and she has requested them!  I have also been out grocery shopping today because next week is Youngest’s 21st Birthday and he would like a cake.  No problem you would think but he actually wants a Land Rover Defender cake, like this :

This is all because that when Eldest was 2 I make him a tractor cake!  I also made Youngest special cakes one being a space shuttle cake (!) but now he wants this!!!  Girlfriend and I are going to tackle it on Sunday.  I am making the cakes (!) on Friday, which he would like to be coffee, and then we are going to have a go at putting it together Sunday!!!!!!  If it doesn’t go well it will be a cake with a toy Land Rover on it!!!!!

I have three pages of lists at the moment especially as I have a fuzzy head, otherwise I might forget something!  Apparently lots of people are visiting out local garden centre already and getting their real Christmas trees!  DH and I are now considering whether to get ours this weekend and leave it outside in a bucket of water until we need it!  Talk about getting ahead!  We are still waiting to see what Tier we will be in after next week to see what we can and cannot do in the run up to Christmas!  Hey ho.

I hope you lovely lot are having a good week and all your preparations for Christmas wherever you are, are going well!

Hugs & Love,  Susie xx

2 thoughts on “Is It Tuesday or Wednesday, Friday Hopefully?!!

  1. farmquilter

    You are so busy taking care of everyone else, don’t forget to be good to yourself!! When I was a kid, we used to go with 3-4 other families to the mountains the last weekend of November to cut down our Christmas tree, which we would then leave in a bucket of water in the garage until it was time to put it up for Christmas. After a day spent getting trees, we would then all meet a some family’s home to share a potluck dinner. Such fun and fond memories! Enjoy having Eldest home and do take pictures of the cake making process on Sunday with Girlfriend!!

  2. Molly the Airedale

    You are ahead of me with the Christmas cards. I haven’t even opened up the box. Your home will smell so nice with all of the baking. We can’t wait to see Youngest’s birthday cake!

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