I’m joining my fabulous photography friends for another “Our Life is Here” blog circle.
It seems like our family has been running in different directions lately and we haven’t had a chance to do much as a family. I turned 40 last week though and they did help me celebrate with a few friends and their families, we had a great time.
Life has changed a lot recently. I started working from home! I work with city governments to create websites that will help engage their communities. I love it! I start my mornings just as early as I always did, but now I don’t have the 20 minute drive to work. Instead I spend what was my drive time having breakfast and reviewing my Power Sheets. Have you ever tried Brummel & Brown Strawberry Spread? I can’t believe I’ve missed out on this for so long, it’s yummy. Anyway, I love my Lara Casey Power Sheets. They’re so pretty to use while I work through my organized goal planning.
Thanks to the Omaha Performing Arts for giving us tickets, Jim and I recently had the opportunity to watch the Radio City Christmas Spectacular starring the Rockettes. I’ve wanted to see the show for as long as I can remember and had the opportunity to interview the Rockettes a while back. They were honestly more amazing than I had ever anticipated.
This was the first time we had been to the Orpheum. It was all decked out in Christmas decor and made for a beautiful venue.
To start the show off Santa showed up in a Union Pacific train and introduced the Rockettes before the show got started.
The costumes were gorgeous, the choreography was great. My favorite part was the living nativity. I’ve seen children portray the night that Jesus was born during Christmas programs at church for most of my life, but this was different, it was absolutely beautiful and really brought it to life. Make sure you see them while they are in Omaha through November 30th, tickets can be bought here.
We hosted Thanksgiving for Jim’s family today. I was really hoping to get some photos to share, but the day always seems to fly by so fast. As we get into holiday season the kids are already making lists of what goodies they want to bake. I broke out a fresh notebook to keep track of our holiday planning. Just like today it’s so handy to pull out my notebook to keep track of how much turkey and mashed potatoes need to be made.
Hope your family has a Happy Thanksgiving!
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