Tuesday, January 26, 2010

Day 139: A little company

Yesterday, I quickly mentioned that my uncle and his girlfriend came by for the day.  We only get to see them about once a year, so it is always really exciting around our house when they arrive.

We spent some time this morning taking some photos before they had to leave, but I knew they would rather not be posted.  They were humoring my desire to take their photo more than wanting a photo for themselves.  Anyway, I didn't push it.  But then tonight I realized I hadn't taken any other photos today.

So, standing in proxy for Gerry and Barb, we have:





Yeah well--what can I say?  They're cute, and I don't have to get them to sign a model release.

*yawnie*

good night.  It has been a busy few days, and I haven't commented or visited in bloggy land the last day or so.  I'll get at it tomorrow.  I love what you guys have to say and am looking forward to being able to savor your writing and/or photography tomorrow.

Nighters,
Lynn

7 comments:

SuziCate said...

They still ahve theri arms, legs and heads...hide them from my dog, quick!

Allegria said...

I know! Seriously, when I took them out last night I thought of your pooch, and the photo of poor, mangled, Michael. Just don't show this photo to your dog. She might not be able to contain herself, and the next thing you know you'll have to purchase a new computer. HAHA!

Kathryn said...

They look like a Raymond and an Elsie to me. And tell Elsie she looks NOTHING like a cow....but like a sweet little lady!

What's that Raymond holding in his hand? An apple??

Allegria said...

Rayond and Elsie? Oh, Kathryn. *tsk tsk* Fisher Price has named them Carlos and Maggie. Carlos is the schoolbus driver. And that is an apple he's holding. But it looks kind of like a heart, doesn't it. Ewwww.

ρομπερτ said...

Thank you for this "happy mood" providing picture. Guess my 28 months old son would love them as well. A wonderful Friday for you all.

the inadvertent farmer said...

I love these little guys...we buy them at garage sales whenever we see them. Yes, definitely the easiest kind of models to work with! Kim

the inadvertent farmer said...

I love these little guys...we buy them at garage sales whenever we see them. Yes, definitely the easiest kind of models to work with! Kim