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Sunday, December 07, 2008

It's Beginning to Look A Lot Like Christmas

Arrrrgh!!! December already! I've been away busy with life stuff--school, (still) unpacking, work, my son....so riding has taken a back seat. School has been on Saturday, so I haven't had any opportunity to even do any Mountain Shadow Riders' events.

Back in October, I was supposed to have the Women on Wheels (r) and Mountain Shadow Riders birthday party at my home. However, my school schedule conflicted with the event. So, my friend, Biker Betty, and her husband stepped up and graciously opened their home and hosted the party. I appreciated the step in and in exchange, I agreed to open my home to the Mountain Shadow Riders Holiday Brunch since I knew I would be out of school.

The party is scheduled for next weekend. I've been in the midst of decorating and getting ready, but I still have a large amount of boxes to unpack. I am thinking at this point, I will find a bedroom to shove all my "stuff" in!

It will be good to see my friends again--since I haven't seen them in a few months. Hopefully the weather will be cooperative. I still have snow in my yard at the moment.

With the holiday in full swing and much dismal news in the air, please take a moment to reconnect to those things that are most important--friends and family. The love and friendship to both are most valuable and more importantly, least costly to have. This message is important year around, but I think deserves a reminder for this time of year.

Stay tuned for the festivities update....

Until then

Keep the Shiny Side Up!

~The Rainbow Wahine

3 comments:

Webster World said...

Well it's good that you will have time for family and friends. You enjoy.

Mustang said...

Yep... Friends, family, lots of stories and leave from work - amazing combination.

have a lovely holiday season.

cheers
D

Biker Betty said...

As an update - I have to say the MSR Christmas party at your house was a BLAST!! I haven't laughed that hard in a while. We were glad to help and have the MSR Anniversary party at our house in October.

Wishing you and your family a very merry Christmas.