In one of my rare photo posts, I am including some photos from my visit to my daughter’s Christmas Dinner. I don’t normally do photos so bear with me as I tinker with them. The Dinner was supposed to start at 11 A. M. My ride, a church member who has family in Hutchinson, was supposed to pick me up at 10:15, but he arrived early thankfully as it’s an hour drive. Minus a slight detour based on a certain mapping program not giving us the best route, I still arrived around 10:45 A. M. My ride would come back at 2 P. M. as he was visiting his family while I visited mine.
Photos in order taken supposedly although they start in an order that doesn’t make sense – some are repeats so I won’t include those.
The older guy in the blue windbreaker/hoodie is me. The child is my grandson. The woman in the green outfit is my daughter. The younger guy with the red tie is my son-in-law. In one photo is my daughter’s mother – her face is hidden because our grandson decided to get in the way as I was taking the photo. She has a foot brace and a green bow in her hair. Others in the photos are various relatives of my son-in-law. The dog is my granddoggy, my daughter’s dog.
The Baby Shark wasn’t a Christmas gift, but my grandson loves it. It’s a hand puppet and when you move its mouth, it sings the Baby Shark song. This was the first photo taken.
After leaving their house, I went to spend time with my pastor’s family and some church members for a second Christmas Dinner. I didn’t take photos for them as I wasn’t sure how much space I had left on my phone.