Friday, December 19, 2008

Where have I been?

I've been at play practice (the performance is on Sunday and this is going to be hysterical):




I've been canning venison (6 quarts so far - hopefully 12 more to go):



I've been at Tyler's school Christmas Party:



I've been making sugar cookies for Jessie's school party that was for today, until they canceled school. (OOPS - don't have a picture of the cut out cookies).

And we had calling hours last night for a friend's dad (again, no pictures).

I am so grateful it is Friday - I only have to work til noon, and then work Monday (8-2) and then I am done working until next year.

YIIIPPPPPPEEEEEEEEEEE!
Kris


P.S. And I have been tagged for a picture tag - I'll get to it this afternoon when I'm home from work:) Thanks guys!

14 comments:

SewAmy said...

I just wanted to tell you that I LOVE your chicken picture at the top of your page. I just love birds and chickens. And this one it so cute.

warren said...

Canned deer meat is money in the bank! Looks like all sorts of fun up your way!

APA said...

Awww. So cute...the play, that is and the little Santa & Elf Hats. Looks like you've all been having a fun time. Enjoy yourself these holly days, holy days and enjoy your time off!

OK, I have to ask...canned venison? How do you do it? Do you process all the venison meat like this? I'm fascinated and really wonder how it makes the venison taste. I might have to goodle it. :) Wonder if that's on the net? I even yelled down to my hubby (who is on vacation, too, for the next couple of weeks...wish me luck in surviving it...he's usually gone about 40% of the work week. :D ) if he knew about it, how to do it. He said, "never heard of it." And we've hunted, had processed deer and eaten lots of venison before. WOW!

Peace & Joy to you! Ana :)

APA said...

"google." the "g" is sorta near the "d." :)

Philigry said...

oh, you have been busy. so excited about your wonderful vacation! enjoy!

Niki RuralWritings said...

yum Canned venison! A Merry Christmas to you and yours, Kris!
Blessings,
Niki

jacquie said...

i didn't know you could can venison. who knew? have fun with your time off. i'm taking days too starting next week. yippee!

craftycherry said...

Love the canned venison. How do you do it? This would be a great idea for the deer hunting expiditions my hubby goes on. We usually just age and freeze it, oh and have salami made. But I have never before seen canning !!School has broken up now , last week we did all the end of school things too, I must blog again now my computer is away from that horrible virus.
Love Cherry

Valerie said...

You sound like me...so busy. This is an extra busy time for me with one having surgery and another daughter expecting any day. Merry Christmas!

I am Arizona; a person, not a place. said...

I love the chicken photo in your header!!

Canning venison? I didn't know that was possible. I have no idea how to cook the stuff. When my husband brings it home from hunting I dread having to cook it. Its so gamey. Any tips??

Gill - That British Woman said...

want to know something, we have never had deer meat.....

you have certainly been busy.

Wanted to wish you and your family a very Merry Christmas.

Gill in Canada

Mandie said...

Happy Happy Holidays!

Wishing you and your family a very happy holiday and bright new year!

-Mandie
http://hbcorner.etsy.com
http://lifeinthecraftlanewithmandie.blogspot.com

Granny Lyn said...

Busy as a beaver,,,but it all looks so fun!

Enjoy your time off, and (maybe) get some good stitches going? got any projects in mind?

Anonymous said...

My grandma in WV always canned vension. And my BFF
in WV still does.
What an icy cold and strong
windy day for this Sunday
we have had here.
I am from WV. But I think
Wayne co is so beautiful
Susan from Wooster OH