1. I wanted to do a 28 Things. But I didn't have any pictures so I decided to include the pictures of my favorite crafting projects from 2014. If you click the picture you can see more about the project. And more pictures, too.
2. I like them.
3. I really like them.
4. It was a beautiful, sun drenched trip to Oklahoma for Christmas.
5. Except for the part where our right rear wheel disintegrated while we were driving on I-70 in Vadalia, IL.
6. Could I just say that driving with 3 wheels instead of 4 is slightly scary.
7. I won't tell where we had JUST had 4 new tires put on - 18 days ago. INCORRECTLY.
8. I WILL tell you if they are not willing to reimburse us for the $750 we spent to recover from that and be on our way. To be determined.
9. I feel very lucky.
10. That $750 robbed me of my traditional wedding anniversary dinner at The Mantel on Christmas Eve.
11. I celebrated my 17th anniversary at Old Chicago Pizza.
12. That's not an entirely bad thing. They have Italian nachos. And that's a good thing.
13. The ride home was uneventful. Thank goodness.
14. Since I've been home I've been catching up on Facebook.
15. Because that's so much more important than putting away Christmas decorations and cleaning the basement.
16. I did not clean the basement last year.
17. That means that it will be a two years since the basement was cleaned.
18. I have swept the basement many times.
19. I'm not a complete slob.
20. I have no idea what I will blog about in the two weeks it takes me to clean the basement.
21. I will try really hard not to complain about it too much.
22. I'm not sure if I will succeed at the whole no complaining about the basement thing.
23. We left Sammy the full grown kitten/puppy home alone (actually not alone, with our other cat - The Queen) during our trip.
24. He missed me.
25. I'm not sure that I have had one catless moment since I've been home.
26. I've got to go now.
27. I need to pick out a dessert for tonight off of my pinterest board.
28. Ummmm Yummmmm.
Happy New Year!!!
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