I got a new camera for Christmas.
A camera which is capable of many things.
Things which are still a great mystery to me.
But guess what! After I located FULL AUTO mode (took only about 25 minutes to find, amongst the many buttons and gizmo-doodads), I took some medium-good pictures.
Well, good for me.
Which mama likes.
And then yesterday, Jake pulled the card outta the camera and plugged it into the Mac, and after that, iphoto just sucked them up. SLLLUURRP! And now, blogger can suck them right outta iphoto, lickety split(ish).
So now, I present you with...
Everything I remembered to take pictures of since Christmas!
Except Vegas. Cause the kids will be home in 14 minutes.
And there just isn't time.
Christmas morn: big kids with new electric scooters
Little kids. Electric, too. But slower.
After Christmas, we went up to our cabin in Payson. We thought maybe our small desert-dwellers might like a trip to the snow.
We were wrong.
They lasted about 15 minutes, and then they began to wail. We stripped then down to their cold, damp undies, turn the heat on high, and drove down off the Mogollon Rim, back to the cabin.
Where they did enjoy their trip to the jacuzzi tub.
Uncle Ryan got a cool arcade video game thingy for Christmas. Tom likes it.
We spent a marathon day at the park with my cousins, second cousins, and launched some rockets.
Uncle Rick stopped by to take Tom for a ride on his Harley.
And Grandma Verna Taylor turned 98 on January 9th!