Tuesday, January 1, 2013

This Year's First!

Jill is captured and loving it!

Going through Dad's Navy scrapbook.

Jack is captured and content.

How many pictures are you gonna take of this bad haircut?

 I was planning on surprising everyone with an early 'awake' post.  Sorry, I shouldn't have planned. I'm sure many have been over this before, but this may be the year that those suffering from triskaidekaphobia – will get over it – or go mad… one or the other.
Christmas here was excellent. Our son came up for a visit; wish the other one (sun) had. It's still gloomy today. (Probably why I slept in) Well, we actually played some games, watched some movies, and talked a lot more than we usually do.
DH is through with PT, but still needs to do it. I think he will be going to the 'Y'. He goes back to the doctor in a month.
Wishing everyone a bright and shining New Year!

12 comments:

  1. So nice you had a great holiday. Jack and Jill look perfectly happy to have their boy home. :-) Hope 2013 is a great year for you!

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  2. love the shots of 'the kids'. :)

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  3. Happy New Year, Sharon....thanks for sharing the photos...I think someone other than the dogs was happy to be home....great shots!

    Ron

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  4. What a sweet post Sharon! And look at that contented look on Jack and Jills faces! Bobbi looks pretty pleased as well with somebody being there. Looks like a great Christmas for you all. That's good.

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  5. Hi! ;)

    Anyway, it looks like all are happy and content. Always good for a New Year!

    Cat

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  6. Happy New year ! Funny how the animals love it when the kids come home.

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  7. Hey Sharon, looks like everybody was tranquil and content to be home. Jill and Jack look so peaceful!

    Wishing you good health and lots of giggles.

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  8. Hey Sharon, looks like everybody was tranquil and content to be home. Jill and Jack look so peaceful!

    Wishing you good health and lots of giggles.

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  9. Hello Sharon
    Happy New Year to you and your family - thanks for the welcome home. Yes unusually for me this time I was rather tired, at long last my body has now adjusted to Melbourne time and doesn't want to wake at all hours of the night thinking it on the other side of the world.
    I'm wondering how many of your readers were like me and had to look up that big long word you naughtily sprung on us - 13 be damned lol
    Take care
    Cathy

    Cathy @ Still Waters

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  10. Great to see some family pictures. Happy New Year to you and your family.

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  11. I can tell by your upbeat tone that things went very well for you during the holidays. Wishing you a wonderful new year Sharon. :)

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