Friday, December 28, 2007
Christmas in Rexburgia!
9999999999999999999999999999999 well that is Cali's addition to this post.
Christmas in rexburg was FANTASTIC!!! and I will just agree with everyone being married makes it a million times better than single and wishing. Ok so I'm going to try and put photos throughout the post to make them more spread out. First off there is a TON OF SNOW in Rexburg
This is the view from our back door we even went out and played in the park the other day
As you can see, we had a fantastic time in what was the first snow, unbeknownst that we would have twice as much snow by now.
And and my baby is still looking beautiful, and having her around for Christmas was awesome.
As for Christmas itself it was beautiful, which was nice since we didn't have a ton of money however, Maria made the appt look beautiful, then came the CRAZY meal. and I'm saying this beautiful girl can flat out Cook, probably why i've put on between 10-15 lbs, since june depending on the day.
But it was great First off we have the Turkey, a 17lb-er But we didnt have to eat it all ourselves. Because Sam and Emily were here for the dinner. And games afterwards.
Here Is a picture of the turkey.
And one of me carving the turkey, MY FIRST EVER!!!! woot. (and I have a goatee now, ill explain that in a sec)
And here we have a half mangled bird, good ol times had at the Watson basement appt.
Was very tasty indeed, not to mention we now know that for 4 people, 17 pounds is abit of overkill.
We got great presents, Board games, clothes, and a present for Cali from Maria's parents.
Oh as for the Goatee, last month I grew out my hair to absurd lengths because Maria wanted to see how it looked long, after it got Super BUSHY I got it cut, now she wanted me to grow out my beard to see how it looks, and as I was explaining this to Sam I realized I am Her "Chia-Pet" So much stinking fun. Well that about does it for the Jeremy Watson's were excited for the beach, also loving life and each other. We love you all and wish you the greatest holidays.