Hey now... Merry Christmas!
This is my version of a Christmas letter, pretty much.
it's a wonderful life... yow, bill
I visited Holly and Ed (and Konrad) in Boston this Thanksgiving. (yes, just last month) I went with Mozy and Elaine. Excellent!
I bought this year's Christmas cards during my visit. They're from the gift shop at the Boston Museum of Fine Arts. The Boston MFA is one of my all-time favorite museums. They have amazing exhibits, of course. But the museum stands out because they pay extra attention to explain their art. Next to each piece, an index card describes some cool info or fun facts about what you're looking at. Boston MFA = 5 bill-stars! (yelp me)
If I sent you here for an e-card, then huzzah! Your e-card is from the Boston MFA, too. The artsy cards (below) are: 1) Woman In Blue Dress Decorating a Christmas Tree, 2) Christmas Tree and Deer, and 3) Trees in Winter.
Pick one and rejoice!
35 years ago, I sent out my first Christmas cards. (yikes)
It was freshman year at Illinois for the men of Lundgren 222 (left to right): Servy, Rog, me, and Tommy. In this pic, we're at the U of I exit off of I-74, I think.
Man, that fun, goofy card has withstood the test of time. It was a great idea then. It's a wonderful memory now.
Here's my flickr album of Christmas 2015 photos. As I type this now, there's only one pic in there: our empty Christmas tree. This will soon change.
Finally, here are my ten favorite pics from 2015... in chronological order, pretty much. Ahoy!
Well, that was fun.
I hope 2016 is your best year ever. (since you made it all the way to the end here and all, huzzah!)
thanks... yow, bill
PS - Email me!
PPS - Dang. I like this one but forgot it... TY is a driver now.