I love to give gifts. I’m pretty sure it’s my main love language. That and acts of service. I’m not as into the touch, words of affirmation, and time love languages. What’s your love language? I have to admit, I’ve never actually read the book on the Five Love Languages…except I read the one about children. When I was teaching. Not since I had my own kids. Go figure. The only things I’ve read since I had my own kids are: Corduroy, Goodnight Moon, Froggy Learns to Swim, and Winnie the Pooh A-Z. And a host of others like those, but I don’t have room or time to list them all.
But anyway, I’m pretty excited about some of the gifts I’m giving this Christmas. Probably these people aren’t going to be as excited as I am, but that’s OK. It’s pretty standard for me to be more excited than just about everybody around me.
The gifts inside these stockings are pretty cool. I can’t say any more because I have two daughters who can read and with access to the Internet. S&B, let’s just say, you are going to LoVe It! You might be almost as excited as your mother about these.
Speaking of Ed…I wonder what his love language is? Maybe I should consider that when I start thinking about what I AM going to get him for Christmas. I suppose now I’ll have to read the book.
And now for just a few more random pictures and thoughts…
Last night Sarah had her band concert. I wasn’t able to go, as someone had to stay home with Bethany, who is sick. Ed appreciates long Junior High instrumental concerts more than I do, so I elected him to go. Sounds like Sarah did great. She had a little two-measure solo, so hopefully we’ll get that video, along with a basketball video and some recital videos, up on the blog within the next few days.
Elise & I made a few of these today. Hey, now that I think about it, these are some of Ed’s favorite treats. Maybe I could give them to him for Christmas! Do you think his love language is through his taste buds?