Wednesday, December 24, 2008

Top Shelf Takeover

Check it out. I don't even need to look at my fingers.

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Translation according to Babelfish's toddler mode:

Merry Christmas Eve from Grandma's house! Since she's been complaining about it, I thought you'd all like to know that Aunt Heather and Uncle Mark did finally arrive in Birmingham. I went to pick them up at the airport. I haven't seen Uncle Mark since I was three months old and man, he's really starting to look grown-up. Time flies. Aunt Heather told me that between Atlanta and Birmingham, they flew through a time portal, arriving in Birmingham 8 minutes BEFORE they left Atlanta. It's true! She showed me the proof:


Aunt Heather's the coolest person in the world. I guess this blog is about hockey but I've never heard of that. I don't think we have it in Florida. She says we do kind of but I think maybe she's just really tired from her trip. It's time for cake - yesterday was my daddy's birthday - so I guess I'll stop writing. You know, everyone makes a big deal about Aunt Heather's blog but blogging isn't really that hard. I'll bet a baby could do this.

Merry Christmas!

Love,
Luke

11 comments:

karen said...

Never even heard of hockey??? Child abuse! By 18 months old, Ross was already out of the will for traitorously backing the Rangers, a misguided conviction he maintains despite frequent reminders about the will. Get your nephew in front of a hockey game, stat! :)

P.S. Merry Christmas!

Patty (in Dallas) said...

Merry Christmas! I'm glad to hear your aunt Heather and uncle Mark made the trip okay, Luke!

(Great picture!)

Katebits said...

Merry Christmas, Luke! :D

alix said...

Merry Christmas Luke and Top Shelf!

Chaz said...

Merry Christmas, everyone!

John Henderson said...

Dear blogger,
I think you need a new laptop battery. I turned it on and it showed a full battery, but it only lasted about five minutes before shutting down. I found your power adapter in the living room, so I'm using that now.
Your nephew is REALLY cute!
Luke's Daddy

Heather B. said...

Luke's daddy, I told you (twice) that if you didn't plug in the laptop it would die. Even Grandma heard me (twice).

But we're agreed on my nephew being really cute.

Anonymous said...

Tallinder is awful.

Heather B. said...

Anonymous, I certainly can't and won't argue with that. Still love him though.

(Next time, man up and leave a name. I assure you, I can handle it.)

Heather B. said...

(Sorry, I'm now dealing with yet another canceled flight and feeling a little cranky.)

ElmaGolf said...

Heather - I think the crankiness isn't solely related to cancelled flights.

I suppose it may just be the giant letdown upon finally seeing Hank get completely undressed and not being what you'd hoped.

I think someone should show Ovie's goal in super-slow motion with "The Stripper" playing in the background.

Hope you're making the best of your extended vacation. Given the 50+ mph winds here, I hope you're not flying this way today.