Images from Richmond
Sam doesn't see his maternal aunts and uncles very often, but Sherry talks to him about them frequently and shows them pictures. She'll say, "Here's a picture of a harp. Aunt Anastasia plays the harp." "Aunt Amy likes to play soccer." The result of all of this is that when Sam does get together with the rest of the family, he doesn't make strange with them at all, but engages easily. Here he is working on the computer with Aunt Amy.
Very late one night, my personal politician made some predictions. It won't be long before we find out how well he did.
A body can take only so much of the gifts, the stockings, the festivity, and then a body has to get a nap.
Did I ever mention Joe's distaste for squirrels? I won't go into detail; suffice it to say there is no love lost between my hubby and these particular rodents. Here he is opening his stocking to find a squirrel wearing a Santa hat. This is Andrew's way of getting even for all of the years Joe put bags of cheese curls in his stocking.