Monday, January 12, 2009
Well imagine my surprise when I spent a Sunday evening with the Cordners and the Jr.Jr. Jenkins families only to find that the family has a Jehamaco Blog!
I pondered for some time why an extremely interesting person such as myself, who also happens to be a very integral and treasured member of this family, would just now be discovering this well kept family secret.
Apparently certain more established members of this wonderfully extended family feel that those of us without, spouses, children, grand-children, nieces or nephews, school, jobs, girlfriends, pets, a permanent address, a full grasp on correct grammar... or delicious recipes have anything note worthy to add to this fantastic blog... and maybe they're right...
...all the same I feel like I have an obligation to inform the rest of you of what my family of 1 has been up to as of late...
...which is conveniently and quite accurately summed up in the picture posted here...
...so...yeah that's about it!
Much love to all,
Saturday, January 10, 2009
Well, Jayne asked for it and so here it is. We spent New Year's Eve day in San Francisco and Paige and Holly spent about 45 minutes of New Year's Eve making music down by Pier 39. As you'll see, the girls had a very vocal "fan" make her way over to them to listen to their songs. She had partaken of some adult beverages earlier and was "feeling the groove" as she coaxed and cajoled the crowd into tossing some money into their guitar case. . At one point you'll see her grab a drawing of Jimi Hendrix and wave it above her head while shouting "Obama!" We were just a few people out of the thousands who showed up in San Francisco to ring in the New Year that day and we had a blast - a New Year's Eve we'll never forget! By the way, when Paige and Holly totaled up the nickels, dimes, quarters and dollar bills, they had made about $25.00!
Monday, January 5, 2009
It's been kind of dead on the Jehamacoco blog the past several weeks, so I thought I'd share a little post Christmas cheer. This is Corinne's performance at the Madrigals concert in the historic St. George Tabernacle. We included the falling microphone and my chatty little neighbor friend ...all for your enjoyment. (Hoping the Havens will post some video of Holly & Paige serenading the streets of San Fran!!)