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Cheers from Dell, Sarah, Nora and Otto!

Sunday, December 18, 2005

Thompson Family Holiday Picture with the Digital Camer Timer Session

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Well, we tried... there were many attempts, but not very many "Now, THAT is the one" results. Try getting a 3 year old and a dog to both look at the camera at the same time, while Dad runs back and gets on the couch in the right spot in the short amount of time the camera timer allows. We posted some of them on Flickr (don't worry, I cropped out all the ones showing Otto's butthole - we know you thank us).

It's almost time to head to Texas for Christmas. It will be a full house at Scott's... the whole fam-damily will be there, including Mick and Dona and the girls. Dell flies solo, and Nora and Sarah fly together. Even Otto is flying to Texas to join the fun!

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