Tomorrow marks the beginning of the Christmas Season, and this year, the Snyders are prepared! We have conquered the Christmas shopping lists, hung the decorations, and taken our first ever Full-Family Christmas Picture! No easy feat when your fur kid population has doubled in the last year! So, in an effort to spread some Christmas cheer and kick off the holidays right, I want to share with you the malarkey that ensued this afternoon while taking the Christmas photos. Crank up your speakers, go full screen, and prepare your self for a good laugh.
I present to you: "The Making of the Snyder Family Christmas Picture."
When the stress of the holiday season has you overwhelmed, stop on back for a dose of good ol' holiday malarkey!
It was a gorgeous Saturday morning and I was just itching to get out and do some exploring in my new town. I had to bring my adventure buddy with me to make sure I got it right, so Edgar and I headed out to Waynesville City Park and walked along the Roubidoux River Trail.
Well, we moved to Missouri. And after getting every. single. last. box. unpacked. Richard and I decided to go have a little fun with the first of many Missouri adventures.
One thing I have learned about Missouri during my short time here, is that there are a LOT of caves. We picked one close to us, called Bridal Cave (named after all of the weddings people hold there), and made a day trip out of it.
For some reason, I have been craving sauerkraut lately. I have been craving the pickely, sour, mouth-puckering goodness of sauerkraut. So Friday night I decided to pick some up at the grocery store so that I could whip up an experimental pizza version of the reuben (veggie-style).
Snow Barbie has been on hiatus for a while due to non-note worthy weather. Last winter only brought a mere 2 inches of snow, but this year is promising to deliver. Snow Storm Q is planning on dumping 10 to 15+ inches on Manhattan, Kansas over the next 24 hours.
School has already been cancelled for our area tomorrow, which leaves me plenty of time to keep everyone updated on Snow Barbie's condition.
Because we are expecting so much snow and my current ruler only measures 12 inches, I headed out to Target to procure more measurement power!