Lest y’all worry

We did make it to Connecticut on Christmas Eve.  The flight out of Kentucky left on time and there wasn’t any snow in Chicago when we arrived.  Our plane had unspecified mechanical difficulties, so we were delayed a whole ten minutes.

We also celebrated Christmas.

We went to the gym this morning and now we’re heading to the reception.


Oh yeah, we were also in a blizzard.

On our way!

We will never fly out of Louisville again.  We waited in line to check our bag for approximately three minutes and didn’t wait in line at all at security.  The staff here is pleasant, Christmas music is playing, and there are poinsettias.  We like Lexington.

Christmas Eve Eve Eve

We celebrated Christmas tonight, since we’re going to be in CT for real Christmas and wanted to a) enjoy our tree and b) not tote our gifts up to New England. We had turkey (a first try), mashed potatoes, gravy, stuffing, and rolls. Yum. We even used a tablecloth. After dinner, we opened presents and watched White Christmas, about which Jason was a very good sport.

It was a fun night.

Tomorrow: packing! We can’t wait for our trip.

Hello, Christmas break!

Yes, Christmas vacation has officially begun (for me).  Jason has been enjoying the break since last Thursday.

Today I had to run an errand to another building and someone asked if I was an intern.  Ouch.  I hope her conjecture was based on my youthful demeanor, rather than that I appeared incompetent.

We watched the West Wing Christmas episode from season one tonight.  “Nothing says Christmas like animal fables in iambic verse.”  Excellent.

Only three more days until we head to Connecticut!

5 Days of (West Wing) Christmas

We discovered today that there are five Christmas episodes of The West Wing.  There are also five days until we head off for Christmas.  Thus, we will be celebrating the season with one episode per night.  I like this plan very much.

In other news, we went to church.  We ate lunch.  Jason read.  I crocheted.  We ate diner.  Jason did the dishes.  I dried.  Jason read.  I crocheted.  Sundays are very nice.