Sunday, December 16, 2007

Elf Yourself

Happy Holidays! I hope you enjoy this video. It's not the best, but it sure is funny!


Friday, December 14, 2007

Turkey Trot

Congrats to Mommy and Daddy for running the 10K Turkey Trot back on Thanksgiving. That's over 6 miles!

Here they are with Greg and Rebecca after running. That's why Mom's face is so red.
Mommy and Daddy all sweaty.
Mom and Rebecca.
We can't have a post without me!
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Friday, December 7, 2007

Congrats Daddy!

I was home sleeping during this blessed event, but Mommy told me all about it...
Daddy was awarded Client Services Employee of the Year at his work! They had a big Christmas Dinner that Mom and Dad went to last night.
They had a voting process and his co-workers decided that he should get this award. Pretty cool, huh?
We're so proud of you, Daddy! You Rule!
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Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Addresses, cont.

Okay people, I hope more than 3 people are looking at my blog, because Mommy and I look at like, 20 all the time. Please email or leave a comment with your physical address for a Christmas Card. I don't have any other form of communication with most of you. Thanks!


Saturday, December 1, 2007

The car

Yup, you guessed it. I was fussy in the car, so Mommy got out the camera again.
I just can't resist the camera!
Apparently, Addie doesn't share my passion for the camera.
I am such a ham!
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More Turkey Day

After-dinner festivities: Some of us got together for the new game called Rock band
Mom rocked out on the drums, and Dad sang. We didn't get a picture, but it was cool.
And during all this ruckus, Cashis decided to sleep through it all! Isn't he cute?
Mom always gets the camera out when I'm cranky. That explains these next two photos.
It always seems to perk me up.
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Turkey Day

For the Proffitt family, Thanksgiving dinner was held on Friday so everyone could make it. Here are a couple pictures.
The main table, though there were several more. Those two empty seats are where Mom and Dad sat until...
Dad went to go sit at one of the kiddy tables.
Apparently the kids ages 7-15 were having more fun playing "Ask Peter" on the computer than eating.
Here is some of the food. We cooked I think 7 Turkeys that day. One traditional, the others deep fried. The main reason we cooked so many that day: Everyone wanted to be able to take home leftovers! Each family brought their own turkey to fry. The only food I partook in: Jello and Pumpkin pie. Aunt Joy's pumpkin pie is to die for!
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