Tuesday, January 1, 2008

What a Merry Christmas!

I had a wonderful Christmas with my family. We ate together and played together and sang Karaoke together. I am so disappointed, there is a video that was taken of my mother and father singing a hilarious Christmas Karaoke duet, but I couldn't get it to upload. So so funny. Here is a picture of us singing to the DVR Karaoke- It was a magical trio of "Blue Christmas". I think it is now a Robson family Christmas tradition. Karaoke on Christmas Eve. Tommy sang a beautiful rendition of "all I want for Christmas is my two front teeth". I haven't laughed that hard in a long time.
Normally the best part of Christmas for me is the giving, but I have to say that the getting was especially awesome this year. At 29, you would think your family would know you well enough to get you things that match you and your life. If that is the case- I have become quite an interesting person.

My mother was very excited to give me her "special gift"- it was a creepy porcelain doll. I do not collect dolls and I'm not 12- my mom must have missed that. She also bought me skanky PJ's that will look awesome over my garments and an 80's (not in a good way) red sweatshirt with mesh lining. My mother said that she thought the doll would look "precious" in my room. My mom is the precious one.

I have to say that the gifts were a surprise and maybe not what I would have asked for, but it was such a great Christmas and I love how excited my mom was to give me the things she did. Here is a picture of the doll.

I love Karaoke, I love my silly little doll- it's a pink frilly piece of my mother's heart on a pedestal.

8 comments:

Sarita said...

I love your mom.

Alyssa Barlow said...

Obviously your mom doesn't read your blog! :)

I want a picture of the skanky pajamas over the g's. That would make my day.

Lys

Angie said...

My mom wouldn't know how to read a blog to save her life.

She would think a blog would be something stuck in your sink pipes.

Sarita said...

Let me just say that I have seen angie's pj's over the g's. They are awesome.

sorensenpower said...

These PJ's are creating quite the conundrum in my brain. I guess you should just post pictures!

As for this post, I'm glad I could hear more about your awesome mom. This past weekend, Mike and I reminisced about the time with the lesbians in the military.

Ginger Carver said...

I love your family SO MUCH!

A few years ago I got a yogurt maker and a laminated food triangle from my mom. This year I got a blow dryer (which I didn't need) and a jewelry cleaner for my cache of invisible jewelry.

Brenna said...

Crying... seriously crying... from laughing.

So good.

Sunny said...

Seth and I were dying at this post. I love your mom. Sad we missed you this Christmas, hopefully we will come back in the spring when Stella is even fatter.