Saturday, December 6, 2008

Picture day

People keep asking me for pictures of Bryan and me for various things (mostly we're just pretty famous I guess) which means I have been looking through the pictures on the computer and have come across a few great ones.

Quite possibly one of my favorite pictures of Anna the Manna.

Hahahahaha...

Nazi Germany Easter propaganda poster.


I love technology, but not as much as you you see.

Chris: Anna, did you use the good brown sugar?

Anna: Maybe.

Hehe...

Eventually we decided we had to stop having book club. Emily just couldn't control her temper.

Mother Teressa with the children.

Okay, well, I'm really tired of waiting for pictures to download, so maybe I'll pick up on this fun again some other day.

11 comments:

Nathan said...

Hahaha! The very last picture of Anna reminds of of the Pied Piper of Hamelin.

ali said...

1st of all:
there are no pictures of you...

2nd of all:
there are no pictures of me...


rerez

Lisa Lou said...

remember how I had to work that day. sad. maybe you should ms paint me in some of those.

Bryan Lewis said...

that picture of me is pretty creepy.

Mrs. Haynie said...

I should send you the picture of you and Polly at the beach in Morro Bay - the before and after ones where you knock her of the toy. Seeing the picture of Anna made me think of it. Thanks for posting such lovely photos - no wonder you're my favorite daughter!

Mrs. Haynie said...

Oops - that should say, "knock her OFF the toy..."

Mrs. Haynie said...

PS - one more thing - the caption under Emily's picture reminds me of the text in the Chris Van Allsburg book, "The Mysteries of Harris Burdick."

Anna said...

"The Mysteries of Harris Burdick" is one of my favorite books. Chris Van Allsburg is a pretty great guy.

Also, I feel famous from all those pictures.

Mrs. Haynie said...

Ooh, Anna! That would be another good source for plots for your NaNoWriMo novel. (The Mysteries of Harris Burdick.)

Katie said...

I remember when I was about 10 or so I went on a Chris Van Allsburg kick and I checked them all out from the library and read them and I still remember how much some of them creeped me out, that book included. Also, that one about the monkeys with the glowing stone is pretty creepy when you get to thinking about it and how it's supposed to be an analogy to television. Creepy creepy Chris Van Allsburg. He is, however, one of my favorite authors to this day.

P.S. Mom, I have no idea what picture of me and Polly you're talking about. I remember being there, but I don't know what the pictures are of. Maybe you should make a post. Novel idea.

Polly said...

Hmmm...so you're Mom's favorite daughter...I guess we all know know ;)

So the picture of Anna with the sash made me realize I didn't tell you...I actually wore that sash in our family pictures Sunday...I know...weird...but it with the way the pics turned out, you'd never know because it's only showing in one that didn't turn out.