Christmas happened this year. Hear you go a rare shot of me in my snuggie.
The kid with his Nana. The kid is getting taller and taller. Is there something we can spray him with to slow him down a little bit.
Heather and Nana, quite a team.
I got a candid shot of Heather. She said she hated it but then she made it her profile pic on facebook. Should I hit her up about royalties?
I captured Nana also.
Before the Christmas meal. We decided to have it more informally this year in the kitchen. Lots less work that way.
My sister Ellen posted this on facebook today. She’s the cute one in the middle. I’m the good looking guy on the right and brother Bob is on the left. I’m guessing mid 1960’s in Price, Utah. We always had a great Christmas. Often we would load up afterward and head up to southern Idaho to see our relatives there. That was fun, or we would head down to Phoenix and see people down there. That was fun also. Bob and Ellen, with her husband Irvin, spent Christmas in Idaho with my dad this year.
She also posted this picture of her three girls. I’m guessing in the 1980’s. Dana is on the left. She and her husband Adam are in Australia visiting his family with their little girl who was born this year. Adam is an Australian citizen you see and their little girl has dual citizenship which I think is totally cool. Jillian in the middle is also visiting my dad, her Grandfather for Christmas in Idaho. Her husband Brian is in the Army serving his country overseas this season. Mary on the right spent Christmas in Colorado Springs with her son this year.
This isn’t a Christmas picture but it is Ellen and her Husband Irvin with Logan back at the turn of the century.
This is also not a Christmas pic but it shows my dad in between Logan and brother Bob.
And this is brother Bob and me with our mother a long time ago in Coyote, New Mexico. She is never far from our thoughts.
Hey you know, when we celebrate Christmas we celebrate it with the critters also. This is abby our sweet but not very smart mutt.
And Rascal, he is sweet and smart. You can see that he has been reading the paper.
And our sweet but perpetually cold mutt Ginger. My niece Dana pictured above lives in the Phoenix area and I think Ginger would like us to move there also.
And Nana’s dog Fiona. She always enjoys visiting us, but is ready to go home when that times comes also.
That was our Christmas this year or at least part of it. I’m big into Christmas not running into a huge stop on Christmas Day so I’m going to go ahead and everybody a Merry Christmas.