One of my favorite things to make for dinner. So easy, so simple, so yummy! Buy a loaf of french bread at the grocer's...or make your own. (I make two footlongs for this fam, so I buy/make two loaves). Cut the loaf in half lengthwise. Spread with mayo, mustard, etc. Fill with your favorites. What you see here is smoked ham, turkey, provolone cheese, pickles, tomatoes, lettuce, and a few grinds of sea salt and black pepper. Slice up and enjoy-- You will have a sandwich that is approximately 16 inches long!
Kids in their Christmas jammies. Not sure where Nicole was, but I do know she wasn't happy about the kids waking her up early! :) I wish you could see what Jared's shirt says. "Dear Santa, I was framed!" (classic Jared. LOL) Let me just say that I am HATING the flash on this camera about now!
Libby opening her big Santa gift...a baby doll with stroller. I love Mia's face!
The break is the jagged gray line that extends from the lower end of the pic on the left side, across to the right, and then up the middle to the growth plate (the darker gray arch at the top of the pic).
Enjoying his new accessory. Friday is casting day. You can bet the cast will be RED! (Never pass up an opportunity to promote the Utes!)
**What happened, you say? Jake was rollerblading in his 6th period gym class and got knocked off balance by another kid. His wrist immediately swelled up and the teacher told him he better have a doctor look at it. Well, Jacob went to 7th period. Then came out to the car for carpool (I was driving today) and said NOT A WORD until we got home. Then he said, "Look at my wrist." Well, yeah, Jake!!
Okay, before anyone thinks that I did these, I'll confess that I didn't. I had nothing to do with them, unfortunately. (I only WISH I had thought of it.) One of our neighbors dropped them by today. There are 38 quotes from this last conference, all individually laminated with magnets glued on the back. How awesome is this?! Especially on a day when you've had a migraine for two days and your hubby is WAY STRESSED about work.