Hear Ye, Hear Ye! All lookers on are now beholding their first sight of Super Goat.
Alas, poor little Nellie, this is our only goat that does not care for oranges. I'm so sorry for her, I am.
Hey...where're you goin'?????
First one must assemble the sum of parts required for the vacuum's operation.
Back and forth, back and forth. This is the way we clean the floor, clean the floor, clean the floor! LOL!One must also be very careful not to tangle oneself in the hosery of the device. This could cause a considerable loss in sucking power.
Our discovered beauties included: triple antibiotic ointment (Ooo), a paper clip (Ahh), and a Gold Dollar (wow, something actually valuable!). What jolly finds!
Have a blessedly grand day everyone!!! : D
Oh how charming...Paulina and I converse aside a grand piano forte. All the while, Paulina twirls her brother's tie about her finger. Good evenin' Peter! It's glad I am to see you too. Josh is effectively dismissing the camera. Well done.
A family photo shoot always turns out to be a lengthy process.
First, one must strategically place each family member so that their stature and aesthetic qualities appear to their greatest advantage.
Next, a 'Stand In' must be acquired in order to test lighting, composition, among other such trifles. Here, Lady Jean is acting as my understudy in order to properly frame and compose the family portrait. Way to go Milady!
And the final result is a well exposed, cozy Christmas family portrait.
For more tips on Photography Made Easy, tune in next week to........oh...ahem........I'm getting a bit carried away. Sorry. :D
Very innovative, think you not? :D :D
Sadly, we have not pictures of our joyous time spent at the Fambrough's home (Stop #1). Thusly, I shall feebly attempt to paint a word picture for all you readers!***Imagine, if you will, walking into a cozy hallway from an unlocked garage door. As you glide to the inside, a loverly smell alerts your senses. The aromas of baked cheeses, simmerin' soup, cold cut ham, nog :), and Christian hospitality. A wonderful combination for the "weary" traveler. :D The sight of long-time friends is inviting and creates a jolly atmosphere. One by one you meet your comrades and praise The Almighty for His gift of friends. Laughter wafts through the air. Like sweetness on the tongue, so is the sound of happiness to the ears.***
Momma and I pause for a picture.
Following the eats and carols, our party partook in some Virginia Reelin'. Sadly, these pictures below were not taken during the exciting event, but merely afore the festivities began. Mayhaps later we shall pilfer pictures of the dance from another's camera. :) That would be grand!
Daddy and Momma breaking in the dancin' turf. I'm not sure if you can see, but there are two rows of tiki torches wrapped with Brazilian pepper. Later, these were set a'lite and we danced merrily up and down betwixt the torches. What fun!
Momma is gesticulating about how we can get the music loud enough for dancing. No worries, we figured somthin' out.
Resting places for the lookers on. The bench to the right is a recycled car seat, doesn't it look comfortable?
Preparing to depart for an evenin' of food, fellowship, and...well...romping!
And a blessed time was had by all! Many thanks to the hospitable families and our gracious Lord!
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