Saturday, December 25, 2010

With Tummies Full of Chinese Food

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Thank you for sharing 2010 with us.
All of our best to you!

26 comments:

  1. Great pics. Merry Christmas! Hope y'all are staying warm and dry. Tyson sent pics of the snow. Crazy Atlanta winters!

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  2. beautiful fun family, MC & HNY ta y'all

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  3. I thought of you and your family when we drove past the Chinese buffet restaurant today. Happy holidays!

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  4. What a beautiful bunch! Happy Holidays!

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  5. We were going to have a traditional secular NY Christmas, but it turned out the only local Chinese restaurant is closed on Christmas.

    We SO live in the sticks.

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  6. What a wonderful group of pictures. May we all be friends long time.

    Happy Golden Christmas!

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  7. Nice - very nice! You all look great!

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  8. The one behind the word "happy" is my favorite.

    Seasons Greetings
    (With a tummy full of turkey stir fry!)

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  9. Chinese food on Christmas Day?

    Funny, you don't look Jewish...

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  10. Merry Christmas to you~ Have a wonderful holiday season and all the best for 2011~

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  11. Ahahahahahahah!

    Happy Chinese Food day! Lovely photos.

    It's been a REAL pleasure getting to know you in 2010. I'm very much looking forward to reading your blog in 2011!

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  12. Fa ra ra ra rah, ra ra raaa rah!
    (see. she really can write a short post!!!)
    Best Wishes!

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  13. Wishing you and your family a very Merry Christmas and a New Year 2011 of health, happiness and that perfect job! :)

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  14. Hee!

    Usually I do Chinese restaurant with friends, but this year I didn't. Although the movie this year was the latest installment of Narnia, so all traditions were not dispensed with.

    Merry Christmas to you and the family!

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  15. You are a colorful clan.

    Did you break with tradition and eat Chinese food on Xmas Day -- or was this pre-holiday eating?

    BEST WISHES for 2011, Lisa.
    We were both born on the 11th, so I count that as a lucky number.
    Did your fortune cookie say that blessings will be showered upon you?

    love and kisses, Bee

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  16. Great color combos on the family portraits! Happy Everything!

    Peace,
    Gina

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  17. You too! Hope you and your family have a wonderful new year!

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  18. Looks like a low-stress family time, if there ever is such a thing. Merry Christmas to you and yours, Lisa!

    :)

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  19. Love the photos! Looks like fun.

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  20. You guys are adorable. I love collections of pictures like that.

    Happy Holidays!!

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  21. Best to you, too. May 2011 bring you and your family much happiness.

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  22. Wow I miss Chinese Food....

    Happy Holidays...

    B

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  23. LOVE IT!!!!

    Chloe's yellow really pops (or is it sophie?)

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