Monday, December 17, 2007

Chanukah Redux...best shot Monday

Here's my best shot from Chanukah. Since I'm in the picture, I'm quite sure that my dad took the shot, so I guess it's not technically my shot. And it's pretty blurry. But I love the way he's looking at me.



So just for good measure, a few more:

a Chanukah gift...


A sign you waited too long to take down the fall decor...


I can't believe how late I am in posting this one today!
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8 comments:

Maya said...

I love your shots...I agree with the first one. So cute how he's looking at you!

We've got leaves that were never raked underneath the snow! Oops!

Megan said...

what a great mood that first one evokes. it's very touching.

Never That Easy said...

If you're late, then I'm ... I can't think of the right word, but extremely tardy might do. I think the blur in the first photo adds to the sentimenality to it. It's beautiful.

Crunchy Domestic Goddess said...

that first one is very sweet and i love the hat in the second pic!

Colleen said...

The look between you two in the first shot is just priceless.

Stacy said...

Love the pictures. That hat is just too darn cute on your little cutie! Don't worry, I'm pretty sure our pumpkins had snow on them when we took them off the front step. ;)

susiej.com said...

I love the expression on both of your faces.

Keli Ata said...

The photos are adorable!

And I think the slight blur in the first does add to the sentimentality of it. On TV shows and in movies whenever a scene transitions from present to past or a dream the scene always blurs a little to demonstrate the transition. The "we're taking you to another place and time."

LOL Maya. I never could understand the logic in raking leaves. The leaves die anyway so why bother raking them up? Rake them in the spring.