It’s a wonderful life

Sitting with mom and dad, watching our norm, It’s a wonderful life. Not because it’s tradition, but because it’s always on. My parents love the movie, and I’m a closet fan. Mom is quiet, wrapped in a quilt. Dad is trying to figure out what other movies the characters have been in since 1946. Megan was off doing whatever teenagers do, now she’s here to help question dad’s curiosity.

Three themed pictures for you that I’ve made in the past 24 hours:

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The theme is outside looking in on Christmas. Or something like that.

Since I wont be seeing any of you for Christmas and you can’t taste any of the tasty treats my mom has been working on this week, I’m delivering photos of her dishes straight to you.

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Merry Christmas to you. If you don’t celebrate Christmas, then you should! No, really, I wish each of you the happiest holiday season.

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2 Responses to “It’s a wonderful life”

  1. “Remember, George: no man is a failure who has friends.”

    Merry Christmas.

  2. captureamoment Says:

    oh my god. im moving in with your family. all im getting is canned cinnamon rolls.

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