Monday, December 01, 2008

Thanksgiving Photos.



Except I really don't have any. What I do have are about 150 out of focus pictures of Addison. Yes, I've become one of those grandmothers. I thought all my photos were horrible and out of focus because I'd lost my photography touch, but Megan said it was my camera.
So here are a few photos that were okay.



This is what Jessica was smiling at.



Addison washing her play dishes in the fountain.



An early morning family photo. Note to self: Black is not slimming but makes you look ten pounds heavier and like a big lump of coal.

10 comments:

Jessica said...

That family photo shows just how short Ray & I are compared to the rest of you!

hilltopper said...

the first pic of jessica and ray is so sweet! so whens this little gal scheduled to make her appearance? hopefully not till Grandma is feeling better.

Kimberly said...

The light pants are what threw you off in the pic, not the dark top. Your whole family looks great though, you included. You were too thin for too long and I think you look great with your va-va-va-voom curves!

I was so glad you could come over to visit on Thanksgiving. We wish you could have stayed!

Jenn said...

I agree with Kimberly. You look fabulous! YOur not old enough to be a Grandmother of almost 2. :) Christmas Tea this Sun. 2:00. Hope you can make it. Jenn

Sarah said...

Thanks for the photos! I almost feel like I was there. :-) And I agree with the others - you so do not look like a grandma!

Georgia (AKA g-bug) said...

lovely family photos.

it's so weird to see everyone dressed for warm weather. here, i associate thanksgiving with cold.
:)

i'm sorry to hear you were sick. i hope you are on the road to recovery!

mrsmouthy said...

I thought my blurry pictures was a camera problem but we just got a new camera and my pictures are STILL blurry. What else can I blame? Because surely it's not ME that's the problem...

And I'm horrible at remembering names but I wanted you to know that both your daughters are in my thoughts as grandbaby's arrival gets closer. :)

reneenix said...

Any woman over 40 knows what you mean but that does not make it true. I have found black does not flatter my coloring like it once did. We need to shop for our new black together!
Love you!
Renee

Keith said...

If you're a lump of coal, I hope to get you for Christmas! You look great! =)

meg.kat.art said...

nice post, except WHY DO I LOOK LIKE I HAVE CLOWN SHOES ON???

Seriously, Matthew just laughed hysterically at me for 5 minutes straight because I look like I have Ronald McDonald feet in the family photo (and once again he's staring into the sky).