It seems that the older I get, the quicker the seasons seem to go...the faster the holidays approach and then they are gone.
I was surprised with Halloween and then totally lost track of time with Thanksgiving.
And now, as the kids opened their chocolate Advent calendars today...the rhyme mentioned that there are only ten more days until Christmas.
There are only five more days until the start of Hanukkah.
I have all the presents and the decorations, I have listened to many a holiday song...haven't gotten to viewing all our favorite movies/shows but we are working on them. (Yesterday, Michael and I watched the MST3K Santa Claus--it was hillarious as ever--picture me laughing and then coughing and then laughing some more)
But I still don't feel ready for the holidays! Maybe part of that is because I don't have all the food items yet...maybe. Or maybe it just has been sneaking up to me again. I always think I have more time than I do.
Ah, well. The season is upon us...really really.
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