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November 20, 2004


Gramma Judy

Way to go, Susan! It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at your house. Don't worry, I am sure he will never notice. (Ha.)

Tessa looks like she is headed for the British Open! And I love the photo of Sam with his Disneyworld lighted sword. Cute kids. I miss them more than I can say.
It won't be long now, though. :-)

How about those Hawks! Looks like it is back to Orlando. We'll have to get all these plans figured out in the next week or two so I know whether to load the car with all the gifts or leave them here. I may have to mail a few if we are having
Christmas at your house. Everything I bought seems to be BIG this year so fitting it all in the car is questionable. Oh well.

Well, we are off to church, so I better wrap this up. We went to a fun weddng yesterday but I will tell you about it another time.

Happy shopping at Target! Love to all,
Gramma Judy


WOOO HOOOO!!! Bring it on baby! I'm so proud of you for just taking the bull by the horns and lighting up the night sky with multicolored bulbs despite the silly Thanksgiving barrier. Welcome to the world of holiday bliss!!!! I pitty the fools who will be trying to shop at the over-crowded malls, decorate yards and houses, and cook turkey soup the day after Thanksgiving, while we sip gingerbread tea under the tree by the fire, and catalog shop calmly while we listen to christmas music and watch the kids play under the mistletoe. Enjoy and good move. Love, Zanny

Gramma Judy

Oops! Make that Wimbledon rather than the British Open, unless Tessa is also taking golf lessons. (I hadn't been up very long.) :-)
Love ya,
Gramma Judy

Nancy Stalkfleet

Susan and Rob, Wish we could have seen Rob at the game, since all the remodeling has started we are tailgating in a different spot, close to old one. What a game!, Ryan was one of the many fans on the field. Go Hawks!!

Grandma Delores

The big tree in back with lights on gets me in the mood to get ours out and on the bushes, and confirms my memory that we were at your house last year when the guys were getting that tree done. We made a quick trip to the cities on Saturday, and took in the train show, and short visits with everyone there. Tessa looks like a real pro in her Tennis outfit. Love Grandma Delores

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Stuff I've Been Listening To

  • Queen of the Supermarket
    Bruce Springsteen: Working on a Dream
  • Hold Up My Heart
    Brooke White:
    New tune from our favorite AI person ever (****)
  • Slapped Actress
    The Hold Steady: Stay Positive
    Awesome E-Street Band type music- this one about a fake fight gone wrong in Ybor City (****)
  • Walls
    Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers: She's The One (Soundtrack)
    "Baby, you got a heart so big it could crush this town" (*****)
  • Steve McQueen
    Sheryl Crow: C'mon, C'mon
    IMHO, Sheryl's best song (*****)
  • So Far Away
    Carole King: Tapestry
    This is a perfect album from '60's songwriter who wrote "Will You Love Me Tomorrow" (*****)
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    Dwight Yoakam: Guitars, Cadillacs, Etc. Etc.
    Missing a lost love "Down where the dogwood trees grow" (*****)
  • I Found Love
    Lone Justice: Shelter
    Maria McKee's band was ahead of it's time in the alt.country genre- paved the way for Uncle Tupelo and others to follow (****)
  • Rock Island Line
    Johnny Cash:
    "I got pig iron, I got all pig iron!" (*****)
  • Be Easy
    Sharon Jones & the Dap-Kings: 10 Days 100 Nights
    This is one great R&B album (*****)
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