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Saturday, December 05, 2009

Several Day Recap

I have mentioned before that we are blessed in our town with an incredible Parks and Recreation Department. We have the best parks! Reed loves one park in particular that has a beautiful pond/lake with ducks and swans.

The other day, after school, Reed wanted to go to the park to see the ducks.

It took it a while, but winter has finally arrived.

Even though winter chill has arrived, the weather has not exactly arrived. It seems like our friends in Mississippi and Texas are experiencing a lot of snow. That's kind of wild, because we are pretty far north of those places. We've been Tennesseans for 5 years now, we still haven't had a good snow!

Here's a picture of Reed terrorizing the ducks.

The other day, while Reed and Ab were at the park, people were putting up the beautiful, huge nativity scene. It is so pretty at night reflecting off the water.

Reed still loves his 'nastics class.

Mr. Charles helps them learn how to stretch and tumble.

Reed takes his class very seriously.

Here's an action shot of Reed on the bar.

Thursday night, we got an unexpected visit from Pop. He was traveling through town from a project he is working on in Knoxville. It was extra fun because we got to eat at our favorite Bar-b-que place, "Famous Daves."

Last night, we went to the Nashville Christmas parade with Uncle Bill.

We got to sit by the Meadors' family. Miss Shannon was our children's minister at church and now she is the children's minister at First Nashville. It was great see them.

Jacob and Ava Lauren are growing like little weeds.

One of the benefits of living in Music City is lots of access to famous people.

John Rich was the Grand Marshall of the parade. I sort of feel like the Elf was exploited, but I think it was also a neat touch.

Uncle Bill said, "The majorettes didn't dance like that when I was in the band."

Click on the picture above to see Reed's Christmas wish!
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