Saturday, January 29, 2011

Holiday Festivities

Hey y'all,
This year we spent the holiday in Oklahoma City at Grannie and Grandpa's house. AND my Grandma came from Baltimore too. It was a good time. All my ladies enjoyed my company, as I did theirs. Here is a picture I took of Mom, Grandma, Granne, Auntie Bebe and Aunt Joss.
And I gave Grannie some piano lessons in exchange for a story or two.
Everyone kept asking me about some dude called Santa, but I've never met that guy so I wasn't really expecting to see him. The Mom thinks I'll be waiting for him next year. And I'm sure to recognize him since my Grandpa had so many Santa Claus statues for me to look at. Some of them even talked. Grandpa and I sat out back and played with them for many hours. Here are a few pics - check back soon for the video.


Happy Holidays!

Hey folks,
Good help is hard to find. Especially in these tough economic times. And here in the Younger Crib it is no different. Every year of my entire life a card has been sent out to you, my fans, wishing you a Happy Holiday and a wonderful New Year. But THE most important part of these holiday greetings has been a picture of Yours Truly in adorable holiday attire. Alas - this year is a pimple on the perfect complexion of my holiday history. To make up for this blemish, below I have included photos that were in the running for the holiday card.

This was in the Dad's top five because of the Christmas balls,
but I vetoed it because I look miserable.

This was The Mom's fav.
Hello, Tiger Beat magazine? Am I your cover this month?

And this one was even uploaded to the Christmas Card maker . . .

so close, yet still so far away.

Another of my favs. I like the ones with only me. Just sayin'.

The mom wants to be in some pics,
but since she's usually the one that TAKES the pics,
when she's in them . . . they look like this:

Last but not least, this one is my personal fav of all time.
Perhaps it will be on the cover of my new album,
entitled, "Better than You."
Happy New Year, family and fans.
The Roar.