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November 28, 2004

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Gramma Judy

Wonderful pictures. Tom and David's houses look awesome. What a backyard at
Dave and Michelle's! It was good to see everyone via your photos! Glad your
travels went well also. I didn't even get on a plane until I was almost 20 years old!
Your kids are already seasoned travelers!

We had a nice weekend, I'm still making preparations for the holidays. I sure hope I can avoid that frantic feeling that always comes over me just before Christmas. So
far everything is under control, including me, but time is running very short!

I'm trying to finish up the Christmas stuff, get ready for the bowl game weekend, and prepare for house guests who are arriving the week following the game! It's a very busy time! (Deloma and Charlie are in Orlando for the week, so we hope to be able to squeeze in a drive up there to see them!)

Gotta go now, as I have a doctor's appointment. Glad you are home safe and sound. We will see you very soon!

Love,
Gramma Judy

Grampa Smith

Excuse me for this but is Uncle Tom's place a house or a cabin? Sorry.

Love to All!
GS

Grampa Smith

Excuse me for this but is Uncle Tom's place a house or a cabin? Sorry.

Love to All!
GS

Grandma Delores

Greetings from Minnesota, What great pictures you have of our big weekend. It was wonderful to have all our kids and grandkids together again, and see everyone having a good time. The Honey Baked Turkey was so good, and tasted just as good as leftovers the next day. Sounds like Rob and Michelle are both in for some teasing on their driving experiences from this past week. Love Grandma Delores

Michelle

It was GREAT to have everyone together for the holiday. And finally, a big enough house to fit everyone comfortably. The food was great. That scalloped corn recipe is in the mail Susan.....

We missed you Rob for the new Scene It game tradition. We did have fun talking about you though....ha ha.

Yes...an embarrassing stop on the way to the airport. (Those country roads are so easy to speed on!) At least no ticket...but a very detailed story of how a horse could come flying through my windsheild. The rolie polie cop must still have been a little dopey from that tryptophan. Sorry again to my passengers.

Thank you again for a great weekend. Have a safe happy holiday season!!

Love,
Michelle

Tom

Greetings from the cabin.........

It was great to have everyone (almost) together up here for Thanksgiving. The kids said it was one of the best Thanksgivings ever. We are glad everyone is back home safe and smooth.

Tom, Lisa and the Kids

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