Friday, December 23, 2011

Baby it's cold outside!

My daughter Ingrid is here from Kodiak Thurs. morning and also my grandson. Here she is throwing for Kalen. It's so cold with all the ground ice with a thin layer of snow. He still must be exercised and loves to fetch the frisbee. Pan is out there too just not shown here as Kalen is the frisbee boy. 


A Vintage Chic said...

Ooooooh! It DOES look cold, Nan! You can just feel it through the photos!

Your daughter is beautiful just like her mother! How nice to have her there with you for Christmas!

Sending lots of Christmas joy and good wishes your way, dear friend!

Merry Christmas!


Kath said...

My blog friend Helsie in Aus will be jealous, she longs for a white Christmas!
Have a great time Nan xx

My Vintage Mending said...

And they don't need a coat outside? Our big babies the bullies shiver at everything. Murphy loves his soccer ball and will play for hours in the snow or sun! Merry Christmas...Renee

vivian said...

Its finally here!! Merry Christmas to you and your family my friend!!

Sandy said...

Your daughter is pretty! Isn't it wonderful she (and your grandson) came up for Christmas! We're watching "Coast Guard Alaska" on TV and they are stationed on Kodiac. It's a small community...I think they said about 1,500 people on the island. We're resting before heading over to my brother's for Christmas Eve. Tomorrow we will spend with my Hubby's twin brothers and their families. There's just a touch of snow on the roof tops here with no snow forecasted (darn!) temperatures in the middle to low 30s. Have a most wonderful Christmas!

Twyla and Lindsey said...

Wishing you and your family a most wonderful Christmas season. Love, Twyla

donna said...

Burrr! Hope you stay warm Nan. Hope you and your family have a VERY Merry Christmas.

Clara Turbay said...

Nice post Merry Xmas!!!

Anita - Soaring Eagle said...

Looks like you all know to have fun in the cold!

We didn't get a white Christmas here in Iowa, but totally enjoyed the day with "family"!

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