Thursday, December 14, 2006

Last night at Mema's tree

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Karen took this tonight. We were at the Park Manor Skilled Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in Conroe, Texas.

It is one of several trees there. I may take a photo of some of the others at another time.
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Another tree we saw last night

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It is at the Baytown Seafood Restaurant in Conroe, Texas.

Karen and Mrs. Jim had a shrimp poboy, I had fried catfish. Both entrees were very good.
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Tuesday, December 12, 2006

#012 Carmen and Mitch's Tree

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For these newly weds (well almost, married five plus years now), daughter-in-law and son, it looks very nice in their new house.
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And Carmen made all those bows herself!

#143 Wrapped and Tied

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Now I don't know who PMS is, for sure now what we might be thinking.

Oh, thats 'FNS,' I could see better with my bifocals.

#014 Anonymous

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These people put a lot of work into their tree to not tell us who they were.

Do you suppose it could be a case of sabotage?
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#015 A little breathing room here

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You see, this one is done by Respitory Therapy.
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#016 Not as far north as Santa

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2 North provided this one. These people are where (on the ICU floor) some real critically ill people are being cared for.

I put the train back on the track before taking this pic.

#017 Handle with care Pardner

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#018 Naw, it couldn't be

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Tag says HIM. Modern writers use Him to denote Jesus without actually saying His name. Not the way I write! I am not ashamed to say Jesus.

Got to remember too, Jesus is the reason for the season (Christmas).

#019 The druggie types on this tree?

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#020 Pretty Pink Ribbons,

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Artist (Band): Cake - - - - Tree by Radiation Onecology

It goes:

Without the pretty pink ribbon
You'd end up just like me
Without the pretty pink ribbon
You'd float down to the sea

and on for seven more verses.

Find them at
http://www.sing365.com/index.html
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#011

Adi Can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Blink to the blinking tree lights
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Isn't Adi clever!

It didn't take her any time to learn to stay with the rythm and get sychronized. Good Dog, Adi.


Oh yes, you can get Adi on my YouTube at
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GmwetUMxhtk

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Sunday, December 10, 2006

#001 Adi Can . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . Have a Christmas Tree

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#002 'An Auxiliary Fundraiser'

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To see the lights go down to the previous post
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#002 I haven't counted the memorials on this tree

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What an idea for fundraising
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#003 A branch on Jim's holly tree

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This tree is out in his front yard (link).
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When the weather turned cold the berries turned red.

#004 A pretty red tree


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We don't see too many of these.

It was at the ARC Church in Conroe Texas
the night the Conroe Symphony Orchestra
had their Christmas concert.

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#005 GC#4's Christmas

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I'll 'fess up, I held the camera crooked. But it is the only picture I have of my youngest GrandChild's tree for this year.

This tree have lights that blink at varying blink rates, depending on the controller switch setting.

#006 West side preview


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#007 East side preview

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These are the trees on the east side of the atrium at Conroe Regional Hospital.

#008 First of 32 trees

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This tree was furnished and decorated by Cardiopulmonary

#009 A little snow here?

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Rehab Services provided and decorated this pretty tree.
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#010 The cutting edge here?

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Tree was decorated and furnished by Surgical Services.
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