Merry Christmas to me

I’m going to give myself some Christmas presents this year — no shopping required:

1. A clean, efficiently organized office
2. Updates on all my Web sites. I need to do a better job of maintaining and updating Indie Tulsa and House of the Lifted Lorax regularly. I finally got the bugs worked out of Spring Break 66 and Route 66 Food; I just need to make sure I update them regularly to keep their traffic up.

I’m tired of feeling so far behind on so many things. I just want to get caught up and organized so I’ve got a better chance of staying ahead of all my projects. Organizing my office better would make a huge difference. I think this will be another work-fast-and-clear-the-plate kind of evening.


Christmas present

Check out the awesome Christmas present Jaiden and Corbin gave me after their mom saw my blog entry about New Year’s resolutions:


This little copy of the Daily Prayer has been in their family for a long time. The kids framed it for me after learning that I wanted to post a copy in my bathroom so it would be the first thing I see when I’m getting ready for work in the morning.

What a sweet gift. I love it … and it goes wonderfully with the bags my mom gave me for Christmas. Mom printed three of my very favorite Mary Baker Eddy quotes onto transfer sheets and ironed them onto a set of canvas tote bags.

The quotes are:

“We are all capable of more than we do.”

“Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need.”

“To those leaning on the sustaining infinite, today is big with blessings.”

I’ve always loved practical gifts … and healing ideas are about as practical as it gets. 🙂

Thanks, y’all!