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Christmas silliness.

Posted by lindac (My Page) on
Wed, Dec 26, 07 at 13:45

Let's see if this works.....The annual Dinner Table Sillys.
Thanks San...but Chabby was most upset by all the popping and crackling of paper.
Linda C

Here is a link that might be useful: Sillyness


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Nope, no photos. Why don't you try using a different photo site to upload to? This Kodak site gives you issues!


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I need some silliness... Try posting them again...

Rita


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Ok....here we go...I had them all in order in Kodak...but...?
The gifts were wrapped and all was at the ready.
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And all 7 grand kids were there.
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Dogs and kids were ready.
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And the presents were opened and the craziness began.
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Poor Brian didn't get a cell phone
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And Steve models Bri's new head phones.
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And the silliness began
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Dan can make a monicle
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So can Brian
And a monicle or 2 works
Stew too
Like father like son
And Dan
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And Bri can do spoons on his ears
Brian can hang 2 on his ears
And Joel on his nose.
Joel....proves he can hang a spoon
And Dan can hang a soup spoon!
Dan too
And Queen Meg wears her popper crown and ignores all those bad boys!
Meg popper her popper!
And poor Chabby got so freaked out with all the popping and the paper fights and the popping bubble wrap that Becky had to wrap her in her new bankie and rock her.
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There are many more....but this will give you an idea....
Linda C


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OHHHHHHHHH! hahahahahah!! That was FUN!!!!


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A good old fashion Christmas... Thanks for sharing!

Rita


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LOL Linda - those are great!!!!!!!!!!! Poor, Poor Chabby...


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What a wonderful time, Linda. Great picture of you gk's. Love the monacles.lol.

Brenda


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Okay, I must know, how does one hang a spoon!

Beautiful family, Linda.


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