Tuesday, December 11, 2012

Bling on the burro

Alan: I don't mind the candy canes, but the feathery white trim looked better on Lucy.
Could we try something else?



Alan: Much better. Red is definitely my color.



Hank: Looks to me like you're going to a luau. All you need now is a grass skirt.



Alan: Do me a favor?
When it's Hank's turn, make sure he looks more ridiculous than I do.


15 comments:

  1. You are so handsome and sweet, Alan. And what a long way you have come since The Glove ("Chuck", I think.) :) Beautiful.
    P.S. My belly muscles are still hurting from my laughing *with* Lucy and about the "dialog" yesterday!

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  2. Love the top of your page. Lucy's face is just priceless. Can't wait to see them all.

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  3. I like the soft look in Alan's eye- I think he likes looking festive.

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  4. Once again Carson, I have to compliment you on the commentary! Love Alan - he really does have a sweet face.

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  5. I see that Mr P is the last on the header pictures. It will be interesting to see how you dress him up for the holidays. No climbing trees now, eh Carson?

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  6. Good looking guy that he is, Alan seems to be well on his way to developing his winter Moe Howard (of the Three Stooges fame) hair style. I guess that's nature's way of helping winter rain and snow drop off avoiding his eyes. Thanks for helping him (and the others) show their Christmas spirit, Carson. I think they show their trust in, and love for you when they let you wrap garland around neck and body.

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  7. Estella from Co.12/11/12, 7:45 AM

    Alan, you look so cute, at least you're not alone. Yes, I'm looking forward to seeing Mr. P all decked out.... Have a great day Hugs

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  8. Alan, remind her that the standard going rate for models these days is one whole carrot or one whole apple per hour.

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  9. So serious, you handsome boy. Love your wooly winter forehead. Sweet pictures.

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  10. Alan, you don't look ridiculous at all. In fact that second photo is definately calendar boy - er, burro - material.

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  11. Alan, you do NOT look ridiculous! You are burrotiful!

    Nancy in Iowa

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  12. For me, I just can't wait until we get to Wynonna!

    Alan, Lucy and Smooch look quite lovely and very Christmasy. Maybe I will let my Mom do t his to me this year, I never have permitted it before!

    Cheers,
    Stella

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  13. Carol in N. Colorado12/11/12, 9:29 AM

    Alan, forget the carrots and apples go for the watermelon. I know it's out of season but just think about next summer. Thanks for the great chuckles the past couple of days with getting the gang in the spirit.

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  14. Alan is such a darling donk. Look at those soft loving eyes. He is but one of the herd who absolutely adore you. Lucky lady, lucky herd. Oma Linda

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  15. Oh, this is such a jolly Holiday Decorating series!! So far, everyone's worn their costumes very sweetly, because they want to make 'mom' laugh of course!! Have to say, I've been laughing my a** off at the expressions and dialogue!...sorry Lucy and boys for using your heritage so rudely :-) Love how the new banner looks! Now for Hank and, dare we anticipate...Ms. Wynonna? Oh, and George is still waiting for his bling.

    We would understand if you photoshop Mr. P. in his elf suit. ;-)

    As ALWAYS, Thanks for these photo shoots... and the dialogues!

    Elizabeth in Mississippi

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