25 DAYS OF BLOGMAS 2019|DAY 6

Hey guys!

It’s December 6th which means day 6 of Blogmas. So let’s get right into this post!

Day 6

I was up like, SUPER late last night so I woke up around 8 this morning. After being slouching around for a bit, trying to recover from last night’s late night. I got started on some chores and Bible Quizzing.

Afterwards while we were eating lunch, my family and I watched some Christmas YouTube videos for a bit, but then I had to get some school done.

I have some amazing news concerning school though guys. I’M FINISHED WITH 9TH GRADE!!! We started this new curriculum very late in the year so I finished all my books, took my finals and NOW I am officially on Christmas vacation, which leaves me more time to blog and do other fun things! 😌

So that’s about it for Day 6, but let’s do a little continuation of yesterday’s events then, shall we?

Day 5 (continued)

So where did we leave off yesterday? Ah yes, setting up the Christmas tree. Guys, this was literally the biggest tree we’ve ever had! Which means, it was pretty tricky to put it together. But after stacking all the parts and fluffing the branches or pine needles, it looked amazing.

This tree wasn’t pre-lit, so before we could add any ornaments or ribbons, we painstakingly added the lights that we purchased from Walmart earlier in the evening. It was totally worth the effort, it’s as if the lights brought the tree to life.

Now, it’s time for the best part. DECORATING! My family and I are no expert tree decorators, but I’d say that once it was finished, the tree looked pretty good. 😊

That’s all for today guys! I hope you enjoyed this post! I’ll be back with another one tomorrow, but until then, Merry Christmas!

5 thoughts on “25 DAYS OF BLOGMAS 2019|DAY 6

  1. Thank you so much Esther! πŸ˜† Aw, my family can’t do breakable ornaments either, except it’s because of me LOL! 😜

  2. Congratulations on finishing 9th grade!!! Wow!! That’s a huge achievement! Your Christmas tree is absolutely gorgeous. Our tree is looking a bit better this year, but we still can’t really put breakable ornaments on because of my one-year-old sister Priscilla, who gets into pretty much everything and anything she can lay her hands on. πŸ™‚

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