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Pictures Not to Be Forgotten

I’m going through pictures that I haven’t posted and found a few.

This is Joshua’s first pen that he used until all the ink was gone. It was December 18th. It took me 40 years to do this. I have never up until I couldn’t talk during the first weeks of my oral surgery have ran out of ink. I think our table needs some oil Winking smile
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Not sure what the children were watching but they all look very interested. This was taken on the 18 of December.
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I love this picture of Joshua. I think he was trying to hide from the camera with the couch pillow but I threw it off and snapped. Oh, he’s so cute!
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Annette pounding away. We still haven’t found an easy way to crush candy canes for our cookies.
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Annette made the apron she is wearing.
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This picture is called ‘The Standing Spoon’.
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Not sure what Lance is doing, but remember when we could bend and move like that?
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Lupe really, really, enjoyed this dinner. I slow cooked the roast and made beans and rice. Simple but satisfying.
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1 comment

  1. Hi Linda! I miss our chats! I think I can't wait for the hussle and bussle of the season to just be over so we could get back to our regular routines. ;)

    Love that apron that your sweet daughter made. It is so pretty! She did such a good job! We are in desperate needs of aprons around here. I'm looking for some cheap ones, maybe even from the thrift shop because I am ruining good clothes. ;)

    Josh is growing up, Linda! He does look so cute! :)

    I love the pic of the children so concentrated on their program...

    And that meal looks extra yummy! That pork looks deliciously tender.

    :)

    Blessings on your day and rest of weekend, Linda!

    (((hugs from me to you)))

    Dee

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