Monday, November 29, 2010

Moving Day!!!

HSOY's Dog House

Bob At The Hilton

Bob Covered In Dust...the last several months

The Back Of The Gingerbread House

The Treehouse Kids' Club

One Part Of Three For Santa's Workshop....Those are not candles. They get bulbs on top once it's in place.

Bob is moving the village tonight. He and several drivers will be pulling out of Tom Lemmon Drywall around 11:00, and I will be on the curb cheering them on. Here are some of his creations loaded up and ready to go. I am so excited for Yuma! Opening night is December 10th at The Quartermaster Depot. I'm sorry the pictures are so dark. I tried to get there before the sun went down. No such luck.

Two Thanksgivings!

We went to Grandma's for First Thanksgiving. We had to go without Bob. I lost Bob to the Christmas Village he's building for the Visitor's Bureau long ago. Then we headed in town and had Second Thanksgiving at Tom and Patty's. It was a busy day, and I was feeling very under the weather, but we ate well and laughed much.

I sure appreciate all the trouble our hostesses went through this year. Thanksgiving is typically my favorite holiday. We make time for family, we eat, and we give thanks. It doesn't get too much better than that.

My favorite part: Games with my brothers in law.


I won't post too many pictures as examples, but I jumped on to blog Thanksgiving and was loading my photos on the computer. I was feeling bad about how few I had taken (blame it on sickness), and I see there are 66 pictures!!! I'm watching them load, and I'm seeing a lot of child nudity. Lots and lots of butts is all I'm sayin'. Looks like two boys and a cousin got a hold of my camera. Too much funny.

Monday, November 15, 2010


My new prized possession is now crushed. Any guesses?

Saturday, November 6, 2010

The Obligatory Halloween Post.

We all know how I feel about Halloween. It's just one big stressful, wasteful, idiotful (my own word) day.

As far as Halloweens go this one was a little less painful than usual.

There was one funny thing. Tiny wanted to be a gorilla, and he saw this costume at WalMart and insisted it was a gorilla. What Tiny wants...Tiny gets.