the in-laws.

Friday, December 7, 2012

eames lounge chair

after the fresh farm air, we packed up our things and spent the day cooking with ed's family. i very much enjoy the company of my in-laws and i find that to be a rare thing. doesn't everyone have some sort of horrific in-law story? the word itself even has a negative connotation. a few weeks late on the giving of the thanks, but i'm grateful that mine have a good sense of humor.

the daily muse
mini labradoodle
the daily muse
the daily muse

for whatever reason i'm always in charge of the fruit salad. probably because it's my favorite thing to eat and in no way involves a turkey carcass.

the daily muse
the daily muse
the daily muse
the daily muse
mini labradoodle

how's that for thanksgiving two weeks later?! onward to christmas...


The Bebebirds said...

Looks lovely! And fruit salad really always wins.

Victoria said...

Thanksgiving, two ways! Glad you have such great in laws! :)

Susan said...

My attention span was lost at the first photo and the Eames chair...LUST!

Lori @ Studio Waterstone said...

Looks perfect. And I really want a Sam Wiggins.

Linnea Paulina said...

Looks like such a wonderful & relaxing time with family. Sam Wiggins looks sooo cuddly! Hope this weekend is another relaxing one for you guys.

Katie said...

Looks like a good time to me! My in-laws are pretty amazing as well. My family is the one with the horrific stories so I guess I had to balance things out with some great in-laws. Thanks for sharing!

Lena at A Crimson Kiss said...

This looks like such a wonderful visit, and I love that you adore your in-laws. John's parents are some of my favorite people on Earth, and I always hope that if you love someone, you'll also adore the people who raised 'em that way!

Greetings from Texas! said...

your hair is getting so long! It looks great!

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