Tuesday, January 15, 2008

Check out my new website for my photography!
Take in mind that it is a work in progress, and I'm no web designer:)

Saturday, January 12, 2008

Mowat & Mason Family Christmas

Christmas is always a great time spent with family and Dave and I have been privileged to get the opportunity to visit both our families over the holidays. This year we spent Christmas @ the Mowat's with my family and then a few days later we got to celebrate Christmas with the Mason's @ Dave's sister's house. We (meaning Dave & myself) joke that we are the most expensive gifts to our families because gas is so crazy expensive and especially with the jeep. But each year God has provided a way for us to go home and we feel very blessed because of that! Here's a quick look at our Christmas this year with our families....

Doesn't a lit Christmas tree just make you just want to curl up under
a blanket and drink hot chocolate!

Stocking time!
Jensen & Peyton (our nephews)
Leah & Brian & the boys (The Perkin's)

Mom & Dad Mowat

Isn't funny that we have remote in our family picture!:) hehe

Lynnette & Lara

It was awesome getting a chance to spend some time with my cousin Ben on Christmas Eve.

The Mowat Sisters...

The Mason Christmas Breakfast

Dave's Mom asked me to take some family pics while we were at the Mason Christmas:

The Mason's: Bernadette, Noah, Daniel, & Chuck

Dave & Lynnette

The Mason's: Uncle Fred & Aunt Janie

Dad & Mom Mason

The Carswells: Allison, Glen, Brianna, Sue, Katie, & Jessica

The Mason Grand-kids with Grandma & Grandpa Mason

The Mason Family

Thursday, January 10, 2008

Christmas Production....

Well it's been a long time since our last post, so there is a lot to catch up on...1st I wanted to share with all of you about how our production went....Lots of work, but a lot of Fun!! The first half of the Production consisted of funny skits, & musical numbers and the second half was the play..."Word on the Street". I was the narrator and Dave was one of the guys on the street. Dave was also in the first half as Santa's shoe shiner. It was awesome to be apart of telling the story of the miracle of Jesus as if it had happened TODAY in the present time. It was an awesome way of looking at the Christmas story.

Myself and Julie working on the set...many hours of fun:)

The Cast of "Word on The Street"

Dave and I "back stage"

Opening Act of the Production

Dave's shoe shinning debut!

Santa's Worshop Skit

(2nd half of Production) The start of Word on Street...begins with myself setting the scene for a look at what it would be like if the story of Mary & Joesph & the birth of Christ happened today...

Aunt Liz and Uncle Zach

Mary & "Joe"

The Ending number with the Cast and Choir...GO TELL it on THE MOUNTAIN:)

Dave, Dan, Jeremy, & Dave

Jill, Crystal, & Lynnette