Friday, December 11, 2009

I love this house.



This is the house in one of my favorite movies, The Family Stone. Being in the south, you rarely see snow around Christmas. It gets really cold (like this morning!!) though. Today I would love to be baking away in this house and then relaxing in front of a fire by a Christmas tree watching it snow! Wouldn't you?

It's been a fun week. A quick recap. Last Friday night we went to the "Walk Through Bethlehem" at mini#2's preschool (it's a church). Real sheep and suspended angels. We love doing this as a family. Saturday we dressed up (Fun for a SAHM!)and went to a fun neighborhood Christmas party at a local restaurant. We went to Charlotte and ventured over to nearby McAdenville to see the lights one night. It's a tiny town where all the houses and the quaint downtown area decorates with Christmas lights. They've been doing this for 54 years. I especially enjoyed all the lights in the small lake. We went to visit Santa while in Charlotte. He was a "good" Santa, too. Authentic looking. We returned home late Wednesday. We've made sugar cookies and wrapped presents. Today I'm getting ready for our friends to come over for dinner. Tomorrow mini#1 and Mr. Pink will walk in our local Christmas parade with the cub scouts. Busy, busy, busy. I hope all of you are enjoying this busy, yet fun time of the year! Have a great weekend!

6 comments:

Kristen said...

definitely a beautiful house (and a GREAT movie!) I love the house from Stepmom

Headbands and Hand Bags said...

Gorgeous house, funny movie! Will gladly send some of our snow your way! Hapy weekend!

Steph said...

I love that house too!
We have gone to McAdenville a few times to see the lights...when the kids were little they loved it! I still love looking at chirstmas lights!

Pink in a sea of blue said...

Steph- That was only my 2nd time going! They've recently built some really cute craftman's type homes there and all looked great decorated!

PinkPolkadotAA said...

The Family Stone is one of my favorite movies. I would love that house.

Henley on the Horn said...

What a gorgeous house! We miss NC. I love your blog!