Family and friends,
I hope everyone had a wonderful Thanksgiving. Are you able to zip your pants? That's actually kind of a personal question, isn't it? Alex's Senior pictures are now available to view on the photographer's website. If you would like to see them, email me and I'll send you the link. I'm really happy with how they turned out, although I'm still trying to come to grips with the idea that I'm the mom of someone who looks like such a man. He's really messing up my standard lie of saying I'm only 32. I can't pull that off anymore. Darn these kids!
Here's a picture from yesterday of the old man with all 9 of his children and 1 of his grandchildren. He was so happy and proud to have them all home together. Also pictured is my awesome Mom-in-law. If you look closely, you will see Nick has a black eye. He tripped over his dog (yes, it's ok to laugh at that part) and fell off his deck... landing ON HIS FACE (that part's not funny. It's a good thing Mommy wasn't there to see it. I would have been a mess). He dislocated his shoulder, blackened his eye, and hurt his knee. Amazing that he didn't break his neck. My precious Evan (front and center) apparently thought these were mug shots. Can't you just feel the holiday cheer oozing out of him? I was on the other side of the camera this time, but just picture me looking fat and fabulous, as always.
Back row: Mike, Kindra, Nick, Darrell, Wanda, Alex, Kyle
Front row: Braden, Tuck, Evan, Bri, Olivia