Thanksgiving is over once more, but oh my, did we have fun, good food, and companionship! It was so terrific that I am going to break one of my hard and fast rules: "Don't post photos of family - especially children!" My reasoning is that my blog is not so popular that it would pose a threat, and that there are so many photos on-line that my few won't make a ripple.
First, Rebecca, Caleb, and Aunt Alice.
Then here's Daughter and Mom.
Another favorite; a grand photo of Papa and grandson. I think Papa was saying something funny out of the corner of his mouth to Caleb who, very maturely, is ignoring him.
Don't even ask what I was doing (or saying, more likely) in the next and last one!
Finally we have some photographs of one of our family times. Too often (and I am sure we are not the only ones) we let these special occasions (any time a family or group of friends gets together is a special time!) pass unrecorded. It happens more frequently when a group has only one photographer. In our case, I am almost always the one with a camera, and it's hard to be the hostess and take pictures. It occurred to me that Alice has a phone and could take pictures so I asked. Simple as that.
I want our grandson to have a record of these days to help him remember . . . all of us.