December in the Rearview

Wow, December was really one for the books, amiright?

What I enjoyed this month: Christmas. Spending time with family and friends. Watching “A Christmas Story” on repeat. Taking my daughter to see Santa  🙂

Seriously, best holiday movie ever!!!


What I am absolutely over: All the dying. RIP George Michael and Carrie Fisher. All the Star Wars movies and Wham and George Michael’s music: staples of an 80’s kid’s life. So sad and so tragic.

My favorite Christmas present: This shirt inspired my spirit animal Lorelai Gilmore from the show Gilmore Girls


Present that my daughter received that is totally awesome: The complete 1st season of the 1970’s television show Wonder Woman. My daughter loves Wonder Woman (in fact, that was what she was for Halloween!) so we always rented this from the library but they only allow you to rent dvd’s for seven days and then you have to return it and we could never get through them all before always having to return it, so my husband and I decided to just get her the collection for Christmas   🙂 She loves it, and I get to relive my childhood watching it with her because I wanted to be Wonder Woman when I was a kid. I even had Wonder Woman underoos, remember those? #80skids #thatshowwerolled


I am absolutely looking forward to 2017. 2016 has been a crazy year, definitely one for the history books, and I think we all need a clean slate.

Happy New Year friends!



9 thoughts on “December in the Rearview

  1. Oh my gosh that is SO funny! One of my girls LOVES Wonder Woman too. 🙂 We’re doing a great job of training these kids up. 🙂 Happy New Year to you, Mackenzie!


  2. I can’t get over the fact that your daughter likes Wonder Woman : ) I remember, back in the ’70s, thinking her outfit was so revealing. Now, it seems tame. All the best to you and your family in 2017, Mackenzie!


  3. Okay, not sure why but for some reason your posts weren’t showing up in my reader. Grrrr … Anyway, I’m with you on a clean slate for 2017! Do I remember Wonder Woman underoos? Of course I do! I wanted to be Wonder Woman too, although I never understood the point of her plane being invisible since you could still see her in there. LOL! I’m still in shock over George Michael and Carrie Fisher. It just hurts too much.


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