Sunday, January 06, 2008

The Ghost of Christmas Past (Part 1)

Two items are needed to make Merry for Christmas (Anne here it is to answer your question...)

Exhibit A: The Christmas Stick (a stick that can be decorated with lights and various seasonal items ie. bats and pumkins for Halloween, hearts for Valentine's Day, etc. but originally picked up as a substitute Christmas tree a couple years ago)

And Exhibit B: Some goofy family to celebrate with!!

My dad getting a laugh out of his new boxers (thanks Aunt Sally and Gregory!)

Our Christmas was very very Merry indeed! (The funny thing is this is the only photo of all of us together.... my parents were here for two weeks and I didn't get another one of all of us together. I can't believe the fuzzy white-one is in it let alone actually looking at the camera?!!)

We added a real tree too - just for good measure. Cool thing is - its a live tree - in a pot - so we can plant it later on or let it hang out on the patio and haul it in next year for Christmas.

More Christmas to come!

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At 8:38 AM, Blogger Laura said...

thank GOD paul is as goofy and you and your sweet parents. . .he looks like he fits right in :) SO sweet. and beanie, you look just beautiful!!!
Hi Mr. and Mrs. Simon!!! XOXOX

At 10:25 AM, Blogger Anne said...

Thanks for the explanation! :)

And I love the photo, looks like you had a dog wrangler just out of the frame makeing sure white-'n-fluffy was focused on the camera! And you all look great, too -- the boxers are fabulous!

At 6:20 PM, Blogger Brina Bat said...

Laura - Yep - Paul fits right in. He likes my mom and dad. and my Mom and Dad like him very much. We had a great time at Christmas - but the two weeks zipped by way too fast!

Anne - Bizarre isn't it? - It was just the 4 of us. So I have no idea what the heck the pooch is looking at? But it turned out perfectly!

At 2:39 AM, Blogger Karisse said...

I love that photo of the 4 of you! And I think your "Christmas stick" is adorable! :)


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