Friday, December 25, 2009

(Unplugged)

Sorry I've been out of touch, my cyber pall-i-o's. Unplugging is good for the electric bill sometimes. Or, like, the spirit or something. Whatever.

Anyway, I'm checking in after a whirlwing of wrapping paper, crying (yes...lots of CRYING. My 3 year-old doesn't like holidays), and fudge this morning (what? It's CHRISTMAS). As promised, here are some Christmas card outtakes. My gift to you.

"Smile, kid, or Momma's gonna strangle ya!"


"Voodoo Child"

To be honest, it was all relatively tame this year and I don't have too much to show you. I had kind of been hoping there'd be more shrieking and such. You know, for posterity's sake. Because last year's card was just...so....precious. I mean, nothing can top this shot:

(Okay. Maybe this one does.)

Merry Christmas.
xo

14 comments:

  1. Your husband's sunglasses are a bit over the top, aren't they?

    Merry Christmas!

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  2. Merry Christmas.

    Beautiful family.

    I hope your husbands Glaucoma gets better.

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  3. Who was that masked man? Are you married to the Lone Ranger? Because that would be really cool!

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  4. Do you know what a sure fire way to get your kids to play nice for Xmas photo's? Have the photographer decapitate a fake Santa Claus and tell them they're next if they don't be good and shut the hell up.

    Works everytime.

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  5. LOVE the pictures! Hope your Christmas was wonderful!

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  6. Ooooh nice shade ya got there lol. Love the family pictures, priceless.
    :)
    xoxo

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  7. The blocked out face just makes me laugh.

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  8. What is Christmas without some sort of meltdown? I ask you.

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  9. Thanks for censoring your husband's facial nudity. I'm glad someone is thinking of the children. Great pics!

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  10. I think the out-takes should always be included. My wife does NOT agree, but then again she always gives herself a PhotoShop-facelift. (That's a secret).

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  11. I love being in photos with masked men, so mysterious!

    Unless all doesn't go well and you just choose to 86 him for the sake of not having to deal with him later. Either way, good edit.

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  12. So, Whats with the crime scene photos?

    Are you sure you didn't lift these out of an old issue of True Detective? If so, make sure you include the story about the busty blondes as well.

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  13. So, Whats with the crime scene photos?

    Are you sure you didn't lift these out of an old issue of True Detective? If so, make sure you include the story about the busty blondes as well.

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  14. Who was that masked man? Are you married to the Lone Ranger? Because that would be really cool!

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