High Five For Friday


Why is it that when you need time to go by slowly it goes by a million times faster than normal??? Seriously! Christmas is NEXT WEEK!!! I have a million things to do and not enough time to do it all in. Here is a recap of our week that flew by.

1. We took Amelia to see Santa and her pictures are absolutely adorable. I think this is my favorite Santa picture thus far. 

 2. Last weekend Mark and I went to an ugly sweater party to celebrate my friends (twins) birthdays. It was a lot of fun to get out of the house and see the girls. I don't get out much these days and it was refreshing. And yes, Mark is wearing a woman's vest. It was sexy!

 3. We went out to dinner with my family. It was a lot of fun.

 4. Mark made us homemade crab cakes and smoked salmon cakes. They turned out pretty good! He's a really good cook.

5. Our elf was of course a little silly and naughty this week.

Please join me next Tuesday for my new monthly link up called "Where I Come From". This link up is designed to share with the blogging community where we are from. Take us on a mini vacation via a blog post. Share photos, stories, favorite places, unique sites... and whatever else floats your boat.
Ashley Elizabeth
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  1. love that ugly christmas sweater!

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    1. Isn't it awesome! We got it in the women's section at Walmart. So stylish!

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  2. Thank you for visiting my blog and for your sweet comment! Your family is so cute! The dinner your husband made looks really good. Love your blog! I'm your newest follower!

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  3. Bahahah... Mark in his women's vest... he looks so thrilled!

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