DO NOT GO SEE "HOW DO YOU KNOW."
Even if you think the combo of Reese, Owen, Paul, Jack, and Kathryn can't be a dud - you're wrong.
Save yourself the time and money.
Saturday, December 25, 2010
I love Christmas.
This one seemed particularly fantastic.
I don't know whether my favorite part of the day was when my 3-year-old cousin told my dad she gave him a homemade gift because it "was on her shelf and just looked so ugly she had to give it away" or when Nanny (my dad's mom) retold all my favorite stories about everyone's childhood or when Grandfather (my mom's dad) told me his analysis of everyone in the room.
It was all pretty great.
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Sunday, December 12, 2010
#1. A stockpot
People eat a lot of noodles.
#2. A dishwasher
Not necessary, but definitely beneficial in washing 40+ dishes
#3. Baking soda
Essential. Especially for bare hands that cut jalapenos and stock pots that have noodles burned to the bottom.
Not a necessity. People WILL sit on the floor.
Oh my oh my oh my. The trash a crowd can produce.
#6. Delicious food.
Slightly optional. Today proves that people (especially college students) will eat almost anything. Even nasty pasta.
If you cook it, they will come.
If you don't have any of these things, no big deal.
Really the only thing needed to have successful Sunday Lunches is a really big God who does great things through flawed people.
I serve a magnificent God.
Thursday, December 9, 2010
Continuing the celebration (read: mourning) of the last week with the roommates, I will now take you through a picture tour of the first half of freshmen year with two of the most wonderful girls.
The famous Bricktown night.
State Fair! (Remember our wardrobe worries?)
I sometimes made them take strange pictures.
Roadtrip to Mansfield.
Halloween (a hunter, Father Time, Mother Earth)
We were just little babies.