Since I stayed up late last night reading my book, the day started out with a bit of reading, then the condo was cleaned so that it didn't need to be some tomorrow. Gonna start the New Year out with a clean house.
Then on to a New Year's Eve celebration!
Friday, December 31, 2010
Thursday, December 30, 2010
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
We saw Gullivar's Travels . . .
Went on a Costco run where we bought some new fuzzy hangers . . .
and got my new watch sized . . .
(no batteries or winding ever! - Bob did good)
Posted by Bob and Molly at 10:17 PM
Monday, December 27, 2010
Sunday, December 26, 2010
Saturday, December 25, 2010
When spending Christmas in Alaska, it is always a simple quiet affair. Truthfully, there are good things and sad things about being here for Christmas. It is nice not to rush around and drive from place to place. We just get to snuggle in and enjoy each others company. We do miss the smiling faces of our loved ones.
Christmas flowers . . .
Christmas breakfast with yummy Michigan Maple Syrup . . .
Presents . . .
My handsome man waiting to unwrap presents . . .
So at first I thought that I was going to have to kill Sheri or at least never speak to her again. Then I thought it was Lino and I would make him pay . . . but when I looked a little closer, I decided they could both live.
The aftermath . . .
All unwrapped, we are so blessed . . .
Bob talking to family . . .
Even the Guard Goose got a present this year . . .
Stunning . . .
Merry Christmas to all . . .
Posted by Bob and Molly at 5:14 PM
Friday, December 24, 2010
Bob traded in our side-sucker . . .
He had gotten so big, he outgrew the tank.
This is the second one we have had to trade in
(and I killed one).
This time Bob got a dwarf one,
so hopefully he won't outgrown the tank.
It was kind of sad watching him go.
Our Christmas decorations this year . . .
Bob getting ready to open his Christmas jammies . . .
Thank you Lephew/Havens family for this tradition,
we just love it!
Molly ready to open her Christmas jammies . . .
Bob lounging in his new Christmas jammies . . .
Us sporting our new Christmas jammies . . .
Merry Christmas Eve!
Posted by Bob and Molly at 9:18 PM
Thursday, December 23, 2010
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Tuesday, December 21, 2010
Monday, December 20, 2010
Sunday, December 19, 2010
. . . I woke up at 5 am, so I decided to watch the sunrise at the gym
. . . bought some baby food for my turtle
. . . and a little treat for my favorite dog for Christmas
. . . and attended our Threatre Christmas Party . . .
You look marvelous in 3-D glasses
And so do you Britt (with 2 Ts)
Posted by Bob and Molly at 8:01 PM
Saturday, December 18, 2010
Sunday, December 12, 2010
Wow, I am finally slowing down after a couple of weeks of craziness! With meetings and practices every night except Mondays for the past two weeks, finalizing the yearbook cover contest, our Basketball Tourney one weekend and the Robotics Jamboree the next, I haven't stopped. It feels good now to know that Winter Break is almost here and I will be able to hit the gym most everyday, finish up the shipping of gifts, catch up on blogging and spend some time with my Bob. Here are a few pics from the craziness:
A couple of the kids were listening to Rick Ashley (I think that is his name) cracking me up singing it. Sorry about the sideways video, I forget I can only record horizonally with this camera and it won't rotate. Just turn your computer.
Posted by Bob and Molly at 7:16 PM
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
Saturday, November 27, 2010
oh how I love you . . .
Truthfullly I am not a fan of any of the pizza in JNU. Maybe a Pub pizza every now and then, but not like I used to feel about pizza when we lived in Michigan. The best place to get pizza in JNU is right in my own kitchen by Chef Bob, plus I can kiss the cook.
Posted by Bob and Molly at 12:13 PM
Friday, November 26, 2010
We celebrated with a nice quiet day full of good food, relaxing and enjoying one another's company.
Our delicious ham, looks burnt, not so the extra crunch on the top
added to it's flavor.
But from the comments coming from the kitchen you wouldn't have thought so . . .
"Stupid Thanksgiving", "My favorite thing in the world (I thought that was me, but I was mistaken) and I ruined it", "Can't even tell you how mad I am right now"
Perfectly shaped homemade rolls and oh so good.In the afternoon I went to work to an empty theatre. I work every year on Thanksgiving and it has become my little tradition. My co-workers always make me smile on Thanksgiving.
Matt lives right across the street from Bob and I and he needed a ride to work (the city buses don't run on holidays) so he wrote our number on his hand, I told him it was a bit creepy.
Matt and I. I love this kid, he is so funny!
Matt always gives me a hard time because I "clean too much". I told him if there was nothing to clean I wouldn't do it!
Matt juggling. We only had eight customers, it was pretty slow.
Happy Thanksgiving from our home to yours.
Posted by Bob and Molly at 11:13 AM