Christmas Eve 2010

A small sampling of photos from our Christmas Eve, which we spent at my sister-in-law’s with her family and Krissy’s parents:

A larger set of photos is available for your perusal here.

Hope that your Christmas Eve was excellent and that your Christmas is even better.

19 Comments on “Christmas Eve 2010”

  1. Holiday good wishes right back at you, John.

    Many thanks for hours of delicious reading this year. Your voice is unique, unmistakable, and delightful.

    Your mind is twisty, but not as much as your sense of humor. I love those things in a man (married to one) and even moreso in a writer. May 2011 bring you much inspiration and many hours to play with it.

  2. Wow, they look amazingly alike in that fourth picture.

    Looks like a fun — perhaps even a merry — time was had by all.

  3. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to you and your family. Thank you for all the laughter and thought provoking articles you have provided me with over the last year. Long may you continue in brightening my days.

  4. Merry Christmas! That looks like a fabulous Christmas eve.

    When I was Athena’s age, I was permitted a ceremonial glass of wine at special family occasions like Christmas, which I think was one of things that kept me relatively sensible about drinking in my teens and college years. If that’s wine and not flat ginger ale or apple juice in Athena’s glass, it looks as if you have the same tradition.

  5. In addition to being the designated driver, you seem to be the designated photogapher. Not a single shot of john scalzi to be found.

  6. Helene @11, John @12: A Nikon or Canon dSLR camera serves as an invisibility cloak. It’s a feature built into most modern cameras.

  7. BTW, what is that beverage Athena’s holding in that fourth pic? I was assuming that it was non-alcoholic, but her expression makes me wonder. ;-)

    And I agree with #3, that picture is definitely Christmas card material!

  8. How is Athena crossing only ONE eye? I’m pretty sure the eye muscles are synced so you have stereo vision (as opposed to random chaos vision).

  9. Keri @18: Imagine that you’re looking at a mosquito that’s about to land on one of your eyes. Easy. And the effect is impressive. As you’re a witness.

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