Saturday, December 20, 2008

Snippets of Life From Thanksgiving Till Now

The past few weeks have been going by like a blur. So below are a few scenes from those weeks. The first four pictures are from Thanksgiving day with the extended family on my side.

Thanksgiving Dinner

Four Square

Parlor Room Dancing
The dancing took place to piano music
being played by my nephews and nieces

A card game

Holly Berries

A Holly Berry Farm Field

Our Christmas Tree and Shelf Display

Playing Tongiaki at the home of one of my brothers

Playing Pit at the home of one of my brothers

A Scene from Yesterday's Ice Storm

A Visiting Family's Tradition of a Traveling Manger Scene


sage said...

Nice photos Tim... Your extended family gatherings remind me what my family misses being so spread out across the land.

We missed the ice, but have had two back to back snow storms.

Ginnie said...

Your family time throughout the year is one of the best I have ever seen, Tim. Congratulations. Never lose those habits and memories!!

Charley Pitchford said...

As always, I love the family photos you post on your blog. I can see the love you all have for each other and our LORD!

Fred said...

Four square. I can remember playing that when I went to camp in Pennsylvania when I was a youngster.

Looks like a great holiday so far, Tim. Happy New Year to you and your family!

... Paige said...

Family time is great. Heres to a happy new year to come.

Cergie said...

A blur ? For me it was a dream.... Sometimes life flows so quickly. We played too. We cooked. We were 21 persons at a moment. I had all my chidren with me. It was great as it seems have been for you.
Holly berry ! I had to search in my dictionnary and I found ! Ours has perennial leaves, it is why I did not recognize it ! And more it usually grows alone in a forest
I almost asked you if it tastes good.

Happy New Year for all your family Tim ! And especially for you and your lovely wife

... Paige said...

Tim, I'm starting to get worried about y'all. It's been longer then usual.
Hope all is well

Cergie said...

It was the 20th of December, not yet Winter and now we are on the first day of Spring.
I hope you and your wife and all family enjoy the beautiful flowers, the nice and sweet weather. Remember, it was 3 years ago : I came for the first time on your blog. I still have in lmy memory the pink flowers of cherry trees along the streets. And ducks. And so on...
I found your pictures so beautiful and for then you even made great progress
Cheers, Tim...

Cergie said...

Hi Tim !
It's May now and spring. Time for a good rhubarb pie... Do you still like rhubarb crunch ?

Anonymous said...

Hey Tim. Well....I've not posted anything in a while either! I've been doing an online alternative certification coarse to get my Texas teacher's certification. Between that and working full time I've not had much time to do any blogging. How are you doing? Pretty sad that I couldn't remember my password when I went to log on now and had to do so anonymously! This is Charley from "Soar" and "An Eagle's View".

Charley said...

Hey Tim!!!! I decided to "dig out" some photos since I've not posted anything for almost a year and a half!!!! Crazy!!!! I hope you are doing well and enjoying married life!!!

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charley said...

Hey Tim! This is Charley....I miss seeing your photos! I'm not sure if you'll get this are not since this is your old blog! My family has moved to Alaska and I've been inspired to start posting photos again. I'm starting from scratch with a new blog called, "Photos front he Journey," at:

Drop by to visit if you like! I'd love to catch up! I hope you and your family are doing well!!!