Sox and Rox and Loaves and Fishes
Red Sox Domi-Nation
They did it! Not that anyone really doubted it, but the Red Sox swept their series against the Colorado Rockies. As much as I enjoyed watching the (blessedly) short series, I have to say that the memories will not be of Ramirez kicking his helmet and missing his chance to score, but of my children and their excitement over their home team making it to the World Series. Please enjoy some pictures of my kids showing their team spirit.
The kids were so excited to go to school on "Red Sox Day"
They wanted to get painted up for game three, too. Mommy said they could stay up "just a little more."
So they painted Daddy's face.
Mommy even got into the action.
When Trevor's paint wore off, it was time to go to bed.
Our congregation tried something novel this year for Halloween--scripture-based costumes. Attendees of the annual ward Halloween party were encouraged to leave the goblins and vampires at home and use their imagination to come up with costumes that depicted something from the Bible, Book of Mormon, Doctrine and Covenants, or Pearl of Great Price.
Some of the costumes were low-key, but still creative. Annie Hill was the Red C. Hal A. Peño couldn't make it.
LIttle Caleb Andros made a cute Lazarus. He got the "Cutest Dead Person" award.
Those Jones kids, what are they supposed to be?
I'm not going to tell you, but I'll give you a hint--what could a family of seven dress up as? (Think New Testament.)
Posted by Jeremiah Jones at 14:54