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Sunday, December 2, 2007

Trying Out a New Blog Site


Dear Friends and Family,

I am trying out a new blog provider. The site that I have been using has great difficulty uploading pictures and it takes FOREVER! Right now, I am liking this site better! Only time will tell.

I am posting some pictures that I have not had time to post lately. Enjoy.

I had to take a pic of the image above. He was just looking very Kentucky Red-Neck that day. Hee Hee. (Especially holding his belly and the
zipper undone...Yikes!)

Kenny left this morning at 5 a.m. for Newark Airport. He is leaving on an 8 a.m. flight to Mexico City today. He should be back by Tuesday night
. Please be praying for a safe flight to and from. It is also a very busy week for him, not including Mexico. He has some pretty important presentations for his work that are to be done the second half of the week. Just keep him in your prayers. He has a lot of work to do and I think he is pretty overwhelmed.

This has been a good week for me. I am pretty much done with the grad class I have been complaining about the past few months. I bet you are glad that you won't have to read anymore rantings and ravings about the course. I have a couple little odds and ends to take care
of by Thursday, but it is not a big deal at all.


We had some snow today. Not enough to cancel school tomorrow, but very exciting for Gideon. We are going to get our warm clothes on later and do some "frolicking
" in the whiteness. Sorry, I can't take any pictures. Kenny needed the digital camera for his trip this week.


video
Gideon is pointing to me in the video and saying that I am grandma and he is papa. He then pulls up his pants really high and turns around for me to view. He thinks it is quite funny. :)



Cousin Brenna and Gideon pretending to be baby jaguar from Diego the day after his birthday party this summer. Face painting was the only thing we didn't get time to do. I bet parents were probably grateful. :)



Thought I'd show you a few of my student's relief map projects that I thought were pretty exceptional!


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