Christmas. I enjoy the day itself, seeing how much everyone is pleased with what I picked out, eating lots of yummy foods. What I hate is shopping for Christmas, even when done on-line. I depend on catalogs, mostly, and ask the family to pick out something they would like. This is not foolproof; last year I bought DD a cute cat hoodie and a poncho, neither of which have seen the light of day since, but she picked them out, so I am not at fault...
We re-arranged the living and dining rooms, moved big stuff to the storage room, and now have a nicer place for our tree. Also I bought five new house plants, about 10 of mine have died over the last 2 years, and the plant stands were looking mighty bare. I got young, small, plants that I am familiar with, so hopefully that will mitigate the fact that they are starting in the late fall instead of the spring. I'll post a photo when I get the camera out, in the daylight (it is now nearly dark). I'd like to do a "before" and an "after" of the dining room, once the plants have matured somewhat.
I have been using the MacBook 13.3 that is being replaced by this MacBook Air. I try to ignore the horrible smell that it has, popularly known as bad BO. There are pages of sites on line discussing the cause, how to fix, how NOT to fix, and general support for those of us who have these smelly items. It is the keyboard that stinks, and not the battery or the case. If I used it in a public place I am sure I would be asked to leave. Either that, or prominently display a sign that says "IT ISN'T ME!" My husband walked past me while I was typing and said how he just took a shower but now he stinks. I told him it is the MacBook, and he just rolled his eyes.
The temp here is in the 30s, the horses are in the barn, mainly because the recent rains have made the outside footing too slippery for these geriatric beasts. No blankets yet, it is still too warm for heavy blankies. Maybe next week.
Last words (for today): "If God had wanted me to touch my toes, He would have put them on my thighs."