Saturday, January 10, 2009

I'm back, well sort of...

She was the cutest little baby in this dress!
Hey Grandpa! I love this pic, so cute!

My niece, Skye! I adore this kid.



Back off ladies, he's all mine!



The prettiest girls around!



I know it's been forever and a day since I last blogged. I was in the states with family for a little over a month and then came home and got the flu. YUCK! It's been crazy around here. We had a WONDERFUL trip back to the states and an even better Christmas. I hope you all had a great time too. I have tons of pictures to share, but that will take me a while. I got the greatest gifts from my hubby: a new Canon Rebel camera (with all the fixings) and The Sweetheart Cottage II painting by Thomas Kinkade. I am a lucky woman! I am still trying to learn about my new camera, but once I get the hang of it I will be unstoppable. I can't wait! I am really tired so I am going to add a few pics and head to bed. I promise it won't be another month before I come back again. :)

4 comments:

Donna said...

Welcome back! I saw lots of pics on your MIL's blog, so it wasn't like you were gone that long. Woohoo on the neat Christmas gifts!

Kari (GrannySkywalker) said...

That picture of Nick is hilarious. Skye came over the other day and came running in my room asking me where "On Nick" was. I guess "On" is her version of "Uncle". She really attached herself to him, didn't she?

Love that picture of Randey and Kara, too. I think I'll need to order that one as well.

Love ya'll,
Sissy

Sandi McBride said...

So glad that you got home, but sorry about the flu. These are some great photos here, hon. Don't lose them!
hugs
Aunt Sandi

Cheryl said...

just browsing. My daughter is in Okinawa...coming up on one year of marriage....and was looking up birds...no idea how that pulled up your site. (We live in Oklahoma). I know the homesick...my hubby was in army..when he went into reserves we moved to Louisiana and were so homesick for Oklahoma....it took years to adjust and now back in OK...go figure...

But you'll make friends anywhere you go...and the most important part is your family...teach those kids to love each other and depend on each other and you'll make it wherever you live