Tuesday, November 27, 2007

Howdy Y'all

Hello Phoebe Fans,
I'm just practicing some slang I picked up in good-old Oklahoma. I'm a cowgirl. Giddyup!
Mommy and Daddy took me on a plane ride; it was pretty neat looking out the window and seeing the world from 3,000 feet, but I could have used some more elbow room.
Anyway, I got to spend a week hanging out with Grandma Robin and Grandpa Dale. Mom and Dad and Grandma and Grandpa took me all over town and I saw a rose garden, a university, a marathon, and Dillard's. What a good time we had. On Thursday they made some big deal about food, and I got stuck with a bottle of milk. No fair.
And boy let me tell you, Tulsa's not San Francisco! The hills are gone and houses have all kinds of stuff around them (I think it's called open space?).
Well, it's past my bedtime so I have to say goodbye.
Phoebe, Emily, & Chris

Saturday, November 10, 2007

Minnesota Population +1

This weekend Mommy took me up to Sacramento and we left Dad at home all by himself :(
He decided that he should spend some time updating my blog, so here I am.
Some big news from Minnesota - Sean and Jennifer brought Graeme Huston Spinks, their second son, into the world Tuesday, November 6th, 1:40 PM Central Standard Time. I'm so excited to see them when I go to Minnesota for Christmas! It's not often I get to meet someone younger than me.
Also, I though I would give you some more of my Halloween pictures since I'm so cute as a Princess.
Well, Dad's taking the rest of the night off to watch Star Wars: Episode Two Electric Boogaloo.
I hope everyone's doing well and I look forward to seeing you over the Holidays.
Phoebe, Emily & Chris

Sunday, November 4, 2007

Happy Halloween!

Hello Friends & Family,
I wanted to let everyone know I had a great Halloween! I went to some parties and got to dress up like a princess. I even had a Halloween outfit with some scary things on it like a spider and jack-o-lantern. I scared a whole bunch of people and filled my pillow case with candy!
I'm looking forward to Thanksgiving, even though I don't get to dress like a princess (I guess I'll just have to keep acting like one). From what I understand, Thanksgiving is a holiday where everyone eats a lot. I'm all for that!
Well I've got to get back to work, but I'm looking forward to seeing everyone on Thanksgiving and Christmas.
Phoebe, Emily & Chris