the harlot announced it. it's panic time. 11 days left. only one weekend.
i posted a comment on her entry, but in the light of multitasking, i'm copying it here.
i'm reaching the end of denial and about to head into panic mode.
gifts: i am on a tight budget this year. simple home made gifts. but not knitting because that would take too long and i'm not as
insane fast as the yarn harlot. ;o) that's ok i'll do other homemade budget gifts.
what are they? i'm waiting for lene (the harlot's personal organizer. oh just go read her entry first!) to tell me. meanwhile i'm starting to order stuff online, er well, waiting until payday thursday to order stuff online, hopefully avoiding those $60 shipping fees mentioned....
somehow the handmade AND budget part of the plan got lost....
and then there's time. i thought i had all free weekends this month, don't know where they went. and i work full time (hence the online shopping). and get guilt trips from my personal trainer that i don't get to the gym enough (2 times a week i was going - now it's none until after new years. but still twice is a LOT! and better than none.)
why am i here? i should be productive..... (hmmm - sculpt christmas trees from paper clips. that's homemade and budget! ;o)
and if for some reason you have time on your hands (or you are insane like me and LIKE to create extra pressure by procrastinating) enjoy these* links. (can you BLAME him?? that's the whole reason for the 'round the world in one night myth. it's the only thing to save our sanity, knowing, "well, it COULD be worse!")
*Use the arrows on the keyboard to get Santa to his next drink, but keep him inside the railroad tracks or he get electrocuted. Also, to sober him up some, grab one of those cupcakes when the appear.