Dancing the polka with Miss El Cajon
Now *there's* some impressive knitwear on show.
Man, I can see why you got a good grip on Rachel. You wouldn't want a really pretty one like that out of your sight. This is a FINE picture, Chris, and I thank you and Dad for it.
You're right, Huw -- we do look as if we are in some sort of catlog for woolen goods.
see, the knitted goods were the first things i noticed, too! i love rachel's hat and your scarf! bully for y'all! i wanna make her hat!(this comment brought to you by the makers of exclamation points, the jhvwjkmz company)
I'm pretty sure I saw your twin brother handing out anti-war fliers in Bethesda today.
Maybe your dad could use a new user-friendly camera. I thought that was a picture from a clothing retailer's catalogue. I jest. Can I expect to receive a card?
Maybe you should let someone paint you next year? It will take nearly just as much time as your father's photo-shoot and plus, the friendly smiles can be adjusted to your liking!
astrid, i think rachel's facial expression is intriguing even if not perfect, much like mona lisa's smile... i wouldn't ajust anything. I would paint her as is but i would add a little mountain villiage in the back and maybe some sheep... y'know cuz that's how they got the wool.
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