Tuesday, December 19, 2006

Sunday at Church

Our Christmas program was Sunday at Church. Here, the three 'Wise Guys' have just arrived on scene bearing gifts. The gold king on the left is my Grandson. I think the extra King isn't a King but is maybe 'Event Security'. He was bearing a bottle of Enlish Leather...I think.
The Grandaughter below (picture was taken at dinner after church) might be the next Bette M. She can sing and has a tad bit of 'over' acting in her blood. She is a little drama Queen.






20 comments:

Anonymous said...

She is so beautiful and looks so much like mommy!
Char

Anonymous said...

Kia Ora from New Zealand. I am visiting via "peter's" blog !!!You have an interesting blog to read.
Tell the drame queen, that if she keeps pulling faces, she will end up a krazy monkey like me !!! (hehe)

Claire said...

Love the pics! So cute and the event security is genius!

Cxx

Anonymous said...

Great pics...aren't children just wonderful...and so funny in these events! :) Thanks for sharing.

Kendra Lynn said...

Very cute pics!

Kendra

Ralph's Homespun Headlines said...

Great picture Cliff. She is a lot like mother isn't she.
Ralph

Anonymous said...

She is a cutie Cliff! Great at making faces! I'll bet she's not one bit shy!

Anonymous said...

We will be about due for a new Divine Miss M by the time she is old enough to fill the roll Cliff, Merry Christmas to you and yours my friend.

Mike ( ex scientia, veritas ) said...

Those are cute pics - Lucille Ball was very successful with those antics; practice, practice, practice! ;P

Miki said...

Hey, CLliff, hope that you have the whole thing on tape, or DVD, or something! I bet the wise men said their lines with grace and dignity, all the while your grandaughter was making those great faces at them! She is a pistol!

Britmum said...

Oh my Cliff those little girls have a cute resembelence to their Grandad.

Very cute post.

I have missed you.

Take care xx

Bossy♥'s YOU said...

she is a beauty cliff...ur a lucky gramps.

have a merry x-mas dear friend..

Jim said...

Wise guy huh? Does it take one to know one?
That must have been a nice pagent. I know you guys are real proud of those grandkids.
And Granddaughter does look a lot like her mom.
..

Paul said...

Nice looking kids, Cliff.

Thanks for stopping by earlier today. My First Wife's stitches will be removed tomorrow (Fri), just in time for her to start flexing her leg so she can fix Christmas dinner and ... oof!

Paul said...

I got to looking at the "Wise Guys" again. They don't look too happy. ??? I think if was me dressed up like that, I'd go bop my Sunday School teacher.

As a matter fact, when I was 9...well, they said I couldn't be in any more Christmas plays after that.

Merry Christmas, good friend.

Jamie Dawn said...

It looks to me like your granddaughter could be a Wise Gal! It\'s nice to visit here again. It\'s been awhile. I enjoyed scrolling down a bit. The photo of you holding your newest granddaugher is so precious. I just baked some cookies and banana bread. I\'m ready to be JOLLY!! I wish you & your family a wonderful Christmas!! Whatever you do, don\'t run out of milk. Christmas goodies are no good without a glass of cold milk to wash them down.

Anonymous said...

It is wonderful to be involved in the grandchildrens's events isn't it?
I have come over from Merle's site and have enjoyed reading your posts. Imagine the works in those wonderful circus vehicles. I think you wife is very savvy, she is more than up to the challenge when she needs to to think like a man.LOL
Cheers Margaret

Gette said...

My kids were so tickled that every one of their living grands made it to their program this year. Being dead is the only truly foolproof excuse for missing those functions. ;)

gel said...

Your grandchildren are so lucky to have you and Marilyn.
Adorable photos!
Wishing you extra joy this holiday season to you and yours,
Gel

JunieRose2005 said...

Loved seeing the pictures!

What cute kids!!

Merry Christmas to you all!

Junie