The days are short and the nights are long. Morning wake up calls are earlier than ever and none of really know if we are coming are going. Daylight savings time is a drag and I bet you'd agree.
This year I am going to try really hard to keep our spirits up with some fun family activities. I won't pretend I'm going to scour pinterest and make these but these are a sure bet.
The less I self-medicate with wine and chocolate the better, so I'm going into this season with a plan.
Happy and funny titles on Netflix, Only: Titles like this, and this and a family favorite of ours, this.
Great books that will make me smile, like this one and this one.
Walking that gorgeous new dog of ours with the goal to make him give in before I do. It's a lofty one, I know, but it will keep me moving.
Getting rest when I can, so that means saying no to some of your events. I think you'll understand.
What do you do to get through the season? Got any tips for me?
Happy Mail to:
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Saint John, NB
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Grace and Kate's mom. (Shanell)