|Catching up on The Sing-Off.|
|Millie loves some good lap time.|
|I was talking to Mom in the living room and noticed how|
pretty this view was, with the two trees, Mom's copper,
|My ridiculous little tree. : )|
|A cake pop from a student.|
|Choir had it's annual Christmas potluck to celebrate another|
fantastic Home for the Holidays concert.
|I only got one pic on Tuesday, but it's a pretty one!|
|Leg-pressed 190 pounds LIKE A BOSS.|
|My favorite Christmas sweater. Poor Snoopy!|
|My major project this week was alphabetizing and cataloging|
the "singles" in my choral library. Now I have some idea of
what music I've got!
|Another sky pic.|
|I had to leave very early on Thursday.|
|After singing carols in the office, we watched "A Charlie|
Brown Christmas" in the choir room.
|I keep saying it but seriously. BEST. PEST. EVER.|
|Chocolate Toffee A La Mom|
|Christmas decorations, dirty flower vases, and SO MUCH|
PAPER. Friday was a non-teaching day, so I got down to
getting some business done.
|Believe it or not, this was progress.|
|A major project done--my syllabus printed and ready for|
the new semester.
|And lots of songs picked and ready to pass out when we|
get back. Some for festival, some for stuff at home.
|I made an appearance at the choir Christmas party, and I know|
the kids appreciated it. They're a great bunch so I don't
really mind giving them an hour of my Friday afternoon.
|And it was super fun making gingerbread houses with them.|
|She is currently sitting my lap as I type captions on pics|
for this post. Attention fiend!
|The streets of Sacramento (at a stop, not driving) on a|
|We do have a pretty capitol building.|
|Okay, now we're getting down to business.|
|Let's do this.|
|My shadow looks like a little wood sprite or something.|
|Even more Santas. This race was hilarious.|
|Finished with a new best time, so yes, I get a cookie! I turned|
down the milk, though.
|A Santa Selfie. The jacket was fun but hard to run in, because|
it kept slipping. I didn't wear the pants because they'd
never have stayed up. They were huge.