Monday, November 30, 2009

Holidaze

Well, Adam and I enjoyed a very quiet T-giving. Jaima and John came over for drinks and appy's then Adam and I made a lovely dinner...though the turkey was not so good. I think Mr. Turkey lived a rough and tumble life on the streets, and was one...tough...bird.

Yesterday we got our tree up and decorated in preparation for Scotty and Mel's visit- the little nephews Reece and Trevor warrant getting a BIG tree, so we went with a 10 and a half footer! But, our space is limited, so it couldn't be more than 3 ft wide...good challenge!

Hope you like it:


In other news, we found Honey a stroller, but it was a bust- she HATED it, and sang the Honey Donkey Opera all the way down 45th South- people were coming out on their lawns to see what that donkey/manatee/operetta was coming from inside the stroller....then she wedged her head through the back pocket and clawed her way out- embarrassing. But, we did get some Ruff Wear booties, and they are a GREAT SUCCESS- in addition to climbing V10 now, she can also wander the first floor of the house with her booties on without slipping on the wood floors- as Mel Gibson in Braveheart would say- FREEEEEEEDOOOMMMMMMMM!!

Facebook is killing my blogging. Sorry for the lack of updates. Hope all of my readers are well.

7 comments:

Jaima Andersen said...

I love it!!

Drew Holmes said...

just wait till those little boys tear up that modern house!!!!!

J V said...

Booties!

woofslc said...

jaima, thank you.

drew, i know!

john- BOOOOOOOTTTTIIIIIIEEEEEEEESSSS.

Wasatch Girl said...

Love the tree and the pictures. I have stopped by the blog at least three times just to admire them...

Wasatch Girl said...

Oh... and glad to see that Honey likes the booties. CB hates, hates, hates hers. But it does crack me up when she wears them... numerous sweaters, booties that come up to her thighs.... she is adorable. :)

Miss Gwendolyn said...

OK miss Melissa,
I just saw your note from awhile ago on my blog. So, I come to your cute blog and wonder "are you a design specialist?" Your house is beautiful. Maybe I'll have you come to my house to give me suggestions. We have nothing on our walls...
Hope you are well.