Doris Mae II

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Doris Mae

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Friday, November 23, 2007

The Holiday Stroll

We are in the midst of moving to another town/state. A friend from our hometown visited the new house today and brought me and Bug back to our hometown for the annual Holiday Stroll. It was chilly, but fun. Bug and I started by having some chili. Hard to eat with mittens on!

The girl was READY for the wind.
The highlight of the night was seeing Santa. Our first glimpse of him came when we spotted him riding on the firetruck at the end of the parade. Yay!

I hadn't told Bug about one last surprise. After they lit all of the Christmas lights downtown, they also lit a tree on the bluff. Then they had a short, but cool, fireworks show from the top of the bluff. Very fun. She was thrilled. We also ran into Aunt Peg and Cousin Ben (who just shot his first deer!), so that made the night even more fun.

Wednesday, November 14, 2007

Keep us in your thoughts...

Bug's dad & I, that is....You see, Bug has entered the "made-up joke phase". Here are the jokes she told me this morning, before I was even out of bed:

Q: What looks like a window and has a shade?
A: A rotten egg.

Q: What tastes like chocolate and looks like shade?
A: Math.

Q: What looks like skin and has clothes?
A: Blood.

Q: What is a nose and has glasses and toots?
A: Bones.

Q: What can you watch and has very sticky tape?
A: A fox tooting.

So, you see what we're going through? These are all followed by lots of laughter from Bug.

Monday, November 05, 2007

Some videos that you must see.

We've got some friends who record CDs and tour, sharing their wonderful music. They just put up some live videos and I think that you should check them out. They are called Patchouli and we love them.

If you like them, check out their website and see if they're playing a show near you.