Katie completed her puzzle only to come back an hour later and find this...
Monday, December 31, 2012
If you are reading this to really find out,
you have not been paying attention all these years!
So yesterday, Sunday, I was home trying to recover from the nasty bug
that got the better of me.
Jason and the kids went off to church as normal.
A little while later I got a call from Jason asking me to stay by the phone
as he was going to call me back in a bit.
About 15 minutes later the phone rang, Jason instructed me to listen
and then I heard the Primary kids sing the Snowman song.
Not just sing it, absolutely belt it out, at the top of their lungs.
And holding out the long notes.
And singing not just the big big big verse but also the fat fat fat verse.
It was the most beautiful sound I had heard all day.
And today it snowed.
That big blizzard we had a couple of years ago? Yep, that was them too!
Don't mess with the Primary kids! :)
I love you guys!!!!!!!!
Katie's Christmas furby seems to like music a little. She played different songs for it
and it would dance a little and sometimes coo a bit.
Then Katie put on the Greenday song "Espionage."
Furby went nuts singing and dancing.
Apparently I have another Greenday fan in the house.
And they look like such nice, normal people...
Don't be jealous.
King crab legs...... (don't ask)
No we did NOT buy David a machete. How stupid do you think we are?! (hey, watch it!)
David's big brother bought David a machete.
We all know how stupid David's big brother is!
If you have one in your house, you'll understand if I ask...
do you know of any good support groups we might be able to join?
Shhhhh...... he thinks he's skydiving!
How long do you think it'll take him to figure out how it works... ;)
It's about to get real all up in here!
And then the new fine threads...
Joe is all set for Scout Camp.
Then the inner zombie comes out...
I'm pretty sure he's building a space shuttle made out of household appliances.
Did someone say Apocalypse?
My handsome boy! (o.k., you have to allow ONE proud mama moment!)
Russian chocolate. Not quite the same as, say, Belgian chocolate
but David really can't speak Belgian so, there you go!
Finally, something that scares Katie!
Our 2012 Christmas tree.
I told Jason I wanted a big big big tree this year.
As usual, I got hesitation and head shaking.
We went shopping for a tree and I right away headed off to the big big big trees.
Eventually the rest of the posse followed.
I pointed out the beauty of big big big trees. As usual, I got hesitation and head shaking.
I pointed out the fun of big big big trees. As usual, I got hesitation and head shaking.
I pointed out the joy of big big big trees. As usual, I got hesitation and head shaking.
I pointed out the spectacular spectacle of a tree that big
going up in flames after Christmas.....SOLD!
Ya just gotta know how to work the system. ;)