are christmas shopping and christmas wrapping and christmas sending and christmas decorating and christmas baking and christmas treats and christmas tree and, and, and... but done is my christmas dust bunny.
Check back on christmas day to see what exciting part of the world this little dust bunny will be relocating to in January 2010. And in case you want him to move in with you, there are still 4 days left to take part in my christmas present contest - see my last blog entry. And hey... I still have 4 days to do all the other stuff!
In trying to pinpoint the difference between 'undone' and 'unfinished', I remembered the saying... 'a woman's work is never done'... which clearly leaves it undone (or available for another family member to tackle) and made me think of piles of dirty dishes, grass stains and dust bunnies. Dust bunnies being the most fun to illustrate, I went looking for them and realized that when your dust bunnies are as high as your belly button, it's time to confront them. Do it, go tackle those dust bunnies!
Merry Christmas everyone! I have some leftover homemade dust so just spontaneously decided to embrace the christmas spirit of giving and send one lucky little dust bunny to one lucky big or little person who wants to give him a good home. I have not made him yet but he will be small and matted and related to the dust bunny family above.
If you want to take part in my christmas present contest, all you have to do is leave a comment completing my sentence with your own creative verb.
_______ that dust bunny! (p.s. - tackle is already taken)
Use your imagination... the deadline is christmas eve and the winner will be chosen and notified on christmas day naturally.
Have fun + don't forget to relax and enjoy your holidays.