*wrap all of my family's gifts while watching my favorite old Christmas movies
*shop for Christmas Eve and Christmas meals
*mail packages to extended family--which are destined to be late, as usual
*clean my house, which looks like a tornado hit it inside
*bake cupcakes for the worship team at church to enjoy between services
*go to services and hold sweet babies in the nursery
*and probably something else that I've already forgotten.
So much for feeling on top of it! But unless you're super-efficient (like my mom), you're probably in the same boat as I am, and that seems to make me feel much, much better!
And, if you are as crazy as I am, then you might've also decided to have your kitchen and dining room walls and cabinetry painted the week before Christmas.
(Getting ready to cover the fridge and ovens before spraying--madness!)
My husband thought I was nuts but grudgingly obliged when I promised him stellar results and said he could forsake buying me any gifts if he let me get the job done. (And, happily, he disregarded that and bought me presents anyway. I love that man! And, they turned out SO GREAT! I'll post "After" pictures once my pulls/knobs arrive!!) So this is self-induced insanity, but that seems par for the course around here. Like I've said before here, it's always something . . .
What do you have left to do? Are you super-organized and ready for Christmas, or are you feeling slightly overwhelmed and losing sleep with me? Tell me I'm not alone, somebody!!