Saturday, November 26, 2011

Sunday, November 20, 2011

Wednesday, November 16, 2011

Happy Birthday Jenna & Dropped Cats

I may have gotten a tad carried away . . . 


Calvin this AM. 
Shoes in TJ MAXX that were super cute.
On my break at work. 
Dinner at Keith's House. (Amy loved the show goggles.
"its like sleeping with a pillow on your face" - Amy)
Jeff, Ron and the TV. 
Amy again with her snow goggles. 
My phone camera likes to make EVERYTHING purple.
Amy. Rebecca. Evan. Jenn. Seth. Ron. The Famous Dan Brown. 

Tuesday, November 15, 2011

Over a Couple of Weeks . . .

Keith and his toe nail clippers.

Santa Cruz 2011

Dave and Amy working the cotton candy at the Weird Harvest Party.

Hannah and her massive ribbon bouquet from her bridal shower.

Some how i managed to get the greatest picture of everyone. Keith's house, Halloween Night.

Love the distressed wood at some discount furniture store.

Googie n Bing Bing

he got a swollen lip for some reason.

Last Week

Kelly's toes. 

Baby Bingo


The Stow Aways

My NEW back pack from Urban!!

Monday, November 14, 2011

Friday, November 11, 2011

Veterans Day 2011

Thank you, all who have served and are still serving. Your sacrifice and service to your country will never be forgotten. 

Thursday, November 10, 2011

Veteran's Day 2008 UK

I know this is a bit out dated and for the UK but . . .
First World War veterans Henry Allingham (L), Harry Patch (C) and Bill Stone, pose for photographers before taking part in the 90th anniversary of Armistice Day in central London November 11, 2008 (Reuters)
He spent four months fighting there in horrific conditions in 1917 before being seriously injured in a shell explosion which killed three of his friends. Patch has received a string of honours including France’s Legion d’Honneur.
His great-nephew David Tucker, 65, said friends and carers were planning a pub lunch for Patch Wednesday near his home in Somerset, southwest England, if he was well enough to attend.
He has outlived most of his close relatives, including two wives and two sons. In recent years, Patch has become a figurehead for campaigns by the Royal British Legion, which works to help troops and veterans.
“What Harry has done in the past 10 years or so has really helped him to come to terms with what happened to him and hundreds of thousands of other people during that terrible war,” Tucker said.
“He has done so much for reconciliation and in recognition of the armed forces, I think it has given him a reason to carry on.”
Patch is not Britain’s oldest war veteran — that honour rests with Henry Allingham, a veteran air mechanic who is, at age 113, Europe’s oldest man. (AFP) Found HERE