Thursday, December 22, 2011

Busy Holidays... moves fast.
We are enjoying having our youngest boy home.  Well, most of the time...ha. I just told him to get a life and quit saying he was bored.  That just does not fly around here.  It has been cool and rainy today. Nice day to be in the house (not getting out of my sweats and sweatshirt and absolutely putting no makeup on) and enjoying some peace.  All the presents are bought and wrapped and I probably need to get a few more but I am calling it DONE! Done. 
This photo below makes me laugh. Sid is cutting up (a little) at graduation.  It looks like some of the guys are looking at them giving mean looks to be quiet. The hat is interesting. Pretty cool.
Wes always puts this ugly troll thingy doll on our tree. I don't understand and it creeps me out, but it makes him you can see, we don't have a gorgeous tree like some homes. Just random weird ornaments.
 The building of a really unattractive gingerbread house by Wes and friends.
They were not too serious about it as you can see.
I have been trying to catch one of these beauties for several days. Finally. He sure is Christmasy looking.
This picture was taken before Wes was born at my Mom and Dad's house one Christmas. 
My, how time flies.
By the way, if you need a laugh or want to cry with me... I think I am loosing my mind. I sent my nephew and his lovely wife the VERY SAME Christmas gift that I sent them last year. Now, who does that? Nuts. The same game and the same pancake mix. Yes. I am loosing it.  I am sure that they are still laughing at me.  I am now making a file folder for my Christmas lists for every year.
 I think I will probably forget that I made the file. Oh well.
Will is still in Haiti. From all I hear which is not too much, they are doing just fine. This picture is from the last trip.  We will pick him up soon at the airport in Dallas. Can't wait to hug his neck and hear his stories. It would not suprise me if he smuggles some of his little friends home with him.
 As busy as things are I'm not sure when I will be able to blog next.
Blessings on travels and fellowship and have a Merry Christmas! Amy


Wa Wa Waughs said...

Merry Christmas to you too!

ღ soraya ღ said...

nice post thanks for sharing...blessings and happy holidays...loves soraya