Celebrate the Small Things

Celebrate the Small Things is a weekly bloghop hosted by Viklit over at Scribblings of an Aspiring Author. The idea is to post anything you want to celebrate from the last week.


This week I'm celebrating:

- life in the new house is still going well, my Mum and I are getting used to it now, and I think her boyfriend and his son are getting used to us. It's starting to feel like home. 

- we went to a Christmas market on Sunday, and it was great. Very festive, and I actually managed to start my Christmas shopping! I've left it very late this year, but that's because I had to wait to get paid first!

- my Mum and I watched The Hobbit the other day in preparation for the next one. We won't be able to see it until sometime next week though, but I'm sure it'll be worth the wait!

Comments

  1. Glad you've adjusted to your new home. Ready to see The Hobbit tonight and I know it will be worth it!

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  2. Glad to hear you are all settling in. A Christmas market is always a good way to inject a Christmassy feel. Looking forward to seeing The Hobbit but not sure exactly when that will be!

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  3. Glad you are settling in. The Christmas market sounds like such fun. Have a great weekend!

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  4. Starting to feel like home? there's nothing better than that. Wonderful.

    And oh my gosh! I totally forget the 2nd Hobbit was coming out this weekend! We always wait at least week for the big releases cause we can't handle the crowds- but oy, will the be something to look forward to next week!

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  5. I just finally saw The Hobbit on Sunday as well, I liked it. I'm glad that you and your mom are settling in and that you had fun at the Christmas Market :)

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  6. I'm looking forward to the next Hobbit adventure, too. Glad the house is becoming a home. Just is time for the holiday!

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  7. Congrats on the new house. I want to see the next Hobbit too. I love dragons.

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  8. We recently did the save thing; watched the Hobbit in prep for the new one. I just love it, but it'll have next next year for us. :( Too busy. Also, sounds like a big deal has become a bonus on the home front. Great! enjoy the weekend and best of luck on the Christmas shopping! :)

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  9. I'm so glad the new house is working out. Hope you enjoy The Hobbit movie. I'm still hunting for someone to take my son to it because I was so bored by the first movie, there's no way I'm going to sit through another one.

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  10. My daughter saw the new 3D hobbit yesterday and says it is worth it.

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  11. I'll be seeing the Hobbit late as well - but it will definitely be worth it!
    I'm glad all the moving in is going well - and hooray for Christmas gifts!
    Happy weekend and happy writing!

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  12. Congratulations on your new home!! I'm celebrating 1.) living at the beach in California even during a cold snap, 2.) finding out my tooth does not have to be pulled--it's a sinus infection!, and 3.) having my young adult horror story, Death House, get accepted for publishing (woo hoo!), as well has having my short story, "Christmas After All," released tomorrow in a Christmas anthology called A Touch of Winter. Happy Holidays!
    ~Carole Avila

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  13. I got into the course that I wanted, which was nice.

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  14. Glad you are settling in and yay to a christmas market, I do love a christmas market!

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  15. Enjoy the new home. You have the fortune of making it your own by stamping it with all this Christmas cheer you have lying about spare in December.

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  16. I have heard the latest Hobbit film is much better than the first one, although I have not seen that one myself. In fact I still have not seen the last Harry Potter film yet I must try and watch it sometime.

    I am glad to hear your Christmas Tree went up today . . . . . . Santa is getting closer . . . .

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