Wednesday, December 1, 2010

November in Pictures

This post should probably be titled "A Month's Worth of Blogging in Pictures" since, ya know, I haven't. However, you'll be delighted to know that I am still alive. And luckily I did manage to take a few pictures with all the extra time I had on my hands by neglecting moose and lulu.

There were lots of new things in November:
New opportunities. (Bossdad being interviewed on the Fox 4 news as a "marketing expert")

New shoes.

 New (and last- no more four loko) experiences.

 New culinary delights. (Shnitzel at Sevy's)

 New puppies.

 New BABIES (Brianna's twin girls!)

New, fun projects at work.

New season of the Stars (and Mavs!).

And a few old things:
Old forgotten restaurants- aka the patio at Joe T. Garcias. I hadn't been in forever and it was just as fun as I remembered.

Old experiences. Yet another car wreck (front fender)- thankfully this one was at the hands of the Hully & Mo's valet and NOT yours truly. {which I should note they are graciously accepting responsibility for!}

Old friends visiting Dallas. Under extremely tragic circumstances, we got to see several of our college guys in November. It was a sad weekend, but the silver lining was being able to see so many of the boys that we never get a chance spend time with anymore.

And lots of family Thanksgiving fun:
 Clint & Whit with the five(!) pups: my parents three, their puppy, and my moose.

 A rousing game of our new favorite, Mexican Train.

 This should probably go in the "new" category, but we had sushi the day after Thanksgiving- a first for my mom. As you can see she couldn't quite get the chopsticks down so she just took to stabbing things.

 Bossdad donning his Master Chef appropriate attire.

 My cousin and adorable baby cousin, Cameron.

My favorite three year old in the world, Kinley. We sang Christmas carols while Bossdad played the piano. She's one of the few people in the world that didn't seem bothered by my lack of vocal talents. 

Everybody put your stretch pants on!

Our newest tradition- fondue night after the turkey overload.

 Bossdad cheers-ing to fondue (don't let him fool you- he's not a huge fan but indulges my mother in her holiday tradition-in-the-making).

Cheers to the holidays!!

1 comment:

melissa said...

What a great month! Adorable babies & puppies, tasty food and cute new shoes - what else does a girl need?

How was the four lokos? We bought one but haven't cracked it open yet...