Saturday, December 4, 2010

Deer Season

Not that deer season silly, REINDEER! Gage and I had some free time the other evening and made this hat out of construction paper.

Friday, December 3, 2010

Parsons Christmas Parade

Gage and I headed to the Parsons Christmas parade Thursday evening after work/school.
The weather was perfect, cold but not windy. It really made it feel more like Christmas.
Twin Valley Electric had a float in the parade and Adam Myers was an elf up on the electric pole.
Gage thought it was awesome that he got to be in the parade.
All of us employees thought that our float should win. We thought it looked really good!
And we did! We found out this afternoon that Twin Valley won 1st place! I have to say though the guys did ALL the work.

This picture doesn't do it justice. The house and pole was all lit up and in the dark it looked awesome.

Oh Christmas Tree

The Friday morning after Thanksgiving at an early 6:30 a.m. I had a little boy at my bedside wondering if it was time to decorate the Christmas Tree. I got up and started cleaning house before dragging out several Rubbermaid containers of Christmas decor.

Gage did not like having to wait for a clean house before messing it all up again! We finally finished cleaning and started dragging the containers in from the shed one by one. He is such a big help. He requested he hang the decorations on the tree so I let him. Oh, see the GMC hat as our tree topper, yeah that was his idea of decorating too! You can see he put them all in one place pretty much. Can you believe that once I re-organized the tree with those same bulbs the tree looks good! It doesn't look like many ornaments when they are all hung in the same spot.
Doesn't matter what the finished product looked like though, he loved every minute of it. This time of year is all about making memories, right?