Thursday, August 14, 2008

A Few Gems...

It's been a long work week...I flew to Orlando, then flew to Columbus, MS (ps. at this regional airport the plane pulled right up to the single gate that is actually the backdoor of the airport), then drove 3 hours from Starkville, MS to Jackson, MS where I am now anxiously awaiting my trip home tomorrow night. In the meantime, I've gotten tired of work stuff and thought I might just peruse through some old pictures that are randomly with me on our portable hard drive. Enjoy.

Trevor chasing a mouse with a spatula. How could you not love this picture?


The fam. Tootsie, our stalwart dog.



Just the faces here, all the faces (and Mere and Trevor know how much I live their Christmas exchange photo)

Grandma Wilson in the NYC. Uncle Dow.

7 comments:

Lisa Michelle said...

Les, where did you get that pic of Grandma?? Awesome. And that pic of Uncle Dow is priceless. How cute is he??? Hope you get home safe and sound and speedily!

Trevor said...

COME HOME!!!!

saltbox girl said...

Tootsie! So classic. Feel like I know her. (She's a she, right?) And the picture of Trevor is a "gem." Nay. A "dream," I dare say. I think of your comments to Jamie Taylor on our dinner nights every time I use that. Yes, that's THE Nays on FB. Wow, Les. We need to catch up! Maybe once you get back from your exciting vacation and once summer slows down we can get together. I could go on. It's way too late. I've been up watching the Olympics. Now that I've basically left you an email on your comments page, I'll bid you adieu. Lots of love, Fetz.

Evan said...

always good to reminisce the good old days.

Ashley and Mikkel said...

a mouse?? was this recent?

p.s. Mario Cart rematch??

(I promise not to get to angry and throw pillows this time!!)

Rock said...

Did you do that "in THE New York City" on purpose, as an old person thing? I hope so.

-Ross, in the Orem, not far from the Walmarts

Brandon said...

Truly gems. I don't know how you guys keep coming up with these blog posts that are just pleasant suprises. I am anxiously anticipating "so you think you can dance."