Tuesday, December 13, 2005

What Will Not Be on My XMas Card

So I am being a very creative adult this year; creative because (are you ready for this...) I am MAKING all of my Christmas cards, can you believe it. I am pretty proud. And an adult because I am actually sending Christmas cards, though not as many as we could be sending out, but we are completely grown up yet either. We had one of our friends who is a gifted photographer (you can pay me later Ryan) to take some pictures of me and John for our cards so here are a couple of the pictures just for you.


Ryan and Lesli said...

Thanks for asking him! We had a blast & are glad the pictures turned out well!!

Love ya,

Christopher Brown said...

I must admit I was wondering what wasn't going to be on your Christmas cards this year. Then I saw the title of your post and figured I was going to get my answer.

Now I have read this blog post like 5 times and still don't know what won't be on the cards.

I mean sure, I can think of a few things that won't be on your cards. Pictures of me. The Easter Bunny. Taco's. But what specifically won't be on your card?

I feel I was promised answers.

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cyndy brown said...

Chris, you doofus, those two pictures she posted will not be on her Christmas cards this year. Sheesh! : ) Those are cute pictures of you guys though. I hope to someday get my Christmas card. :P

Neena said...

I loved the pics. This was our first year to send out cards too. I felt very grown up. Ya'll look so cute.

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crysty! hello my dear! i loved seeing your comment! it made my day! i really have missed you! things have been kinda...how should i say...different at the NYM. i really miss that sweet smile of yours! hope to talk to you soon! love you!

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