Procrastination is not my best quality.
This post is really late, and so are the ones to come.
Unfortunately I am always saying
"Better late than never!"
Because Lex and I are too poor to buy our family presents for Christmas,
we decided to start a new tradition . . .
This is our fourth year having this Christmas dinner.
Every year it gets bigger and bigger.
More family means more lobster and more food.
Starting in October, Lex free dives for the lobster.
This year we cooked about 75 lobsters.
On the menu . . .
Crawfish Corn Chowder
dynamite sauce and then baked. Mmmmm!
The best ever fried rice.
Desea has a sweet tooth just like her Papa Red. This is how she started off the night.
Here are some random pics . . .
Uncle Russ, John and Justin
Juj, Greg, Aunt Cheryl, Aunt Jeanette and Jazzy
Jackie (Sarah's Aunt), Sarah, and Patty (Sarah's Mom)
Mikey, Cassidy, Bori, and Kristin
Aunt Sandy and my Mom
Bishop Atoll, Grandpa Lap (Margie's Dad), Margie, Tanner, and Omni
E-man, Brad, Carrie, Charity, Grama Cordy, Grampa Norris, Ash, and Wes
Ryan, Anita, Christie, Robert, Mike and Ann
Elder Cline and Elder Call
Mashaide and Rocky
Scoot and Jared
My Lovey and I