Yes, I’m done! Christmas 2007 is behind us and it’s time to move on. I’m all Christmas-ed out! After two solid days of celebration, I’m ready to return to normalcy. Christmas was wonderful. We had the best Christmas… well, since last year! It was simple, and enjoyable. We had several friends over to dine in the morning, and then again in the evening. I got to make my signature spaghetti sauce. We watched videos and played all day, and I’m still tired.
The above is Andy blowing out the candles on the cake. We set it up on the dinning room table along with the track. While we ate lunch, we had the battery-powered Thomas motoring around the track. Andy got that for Christmas, along with some more track, and one of the buildings in the series. He also got a helicopter for his birthday, which he loves.Did you know that when you eat blue icing, you get a blue tongue. We all had to show our blue tongues for the birthday boy.
Joey, being his cute self, at the zoo. He wasn’t as fascinated with the animals as Andy was. We expect that to change in the coming years. He was very content to ride along in his stroller for most of the day.
Ah, yes, the tiger. Since there was a tiger attack at the San Francisco zoo, there were news crews from the local stations outside this beasts home. I’m sure they had stunning reports like: Can this tiger get out? And then there is the man on the street(really man in the zoo) reports. Sir, since there was an attack at the San Francisco Zoo, how safe do you feel? Depending on how you answer it, determines whether or not you get on the 6 p.m. news. Hear how one man is not going to the zoo ever again! Blah, blah, blah…
Andrew being carried like a sack of potatoes.