Saturday, January 23, 2010

Smacksy Saturday Photo: Delivery Guys


I was going through my December iphoto file and realized that we took a few nice pictures over the holidays. Some good stuff with Santa, some gift opening, and some treat eating, but this one is my favorite. On Christmas morning, Jeff left cranberry bread on the doorsteps of all the neighbors on our street. Bob followed behind wearing pajamas, heralding the arrival of each loaf with a few notes on his new trumpet. I think St. Nick would be proud.

9 comments:

  1. He could so work at King Friday's Castle.


    p.s. I want that widget in you sidebar with the simple small subscribe, follow, contact...

    Where did you get it?

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  2. Sweeeeeet!

    We are having company tonight, and I'm trying out your "Super Good Pasta Sauce" recipe. I'll let you know how it turns out! . . . And I've got your "Sweet Tea" recipe tucked away in my files just in case you ever make it up to Aptos. :)

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  3. Ann - That's good news because Bob needs a gig. I emiled you about the widget thingy.

    Kathy - That sauce is a winner. Hope you'll like it.

    Woody - They are a good team...

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  4. Dang, my neighbors didn't leave me anything. I mean, I guess I should be happy I didn't get left a flaming brown bag of poo. Can you move to my block? I need to awaken to home baked treats delivered by an adorable three year old in pajamas.

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  5. I would love to see that in person. Such a cool idea to leave gifts at neighbors.

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  6. DG - Welcome to the neighborhood.

    Sandy - We found out that many of our neighbors do this when our doorstep was filled with treats last Christmas (our first year here). It's a great tradition. And we received lots of treats this year too... (We were the only ones with the elaborate delivery system though.)

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  7. bob in his stripey pajamas plus trumpet plus pitter pattering feet is just too much. and your california christmas is making me a little envious -- i think it was zero degrees here that day.

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  8. That is such a wonderful post!

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