1.12.2008

Better Late than Never: Christmas Memories!

Christmas was wonderful. Getting there was not. We were snowed in at the Des Moines Airport and spent 6 hours at the airport, 4 hours on the airplane on the tarmac, 2 hours talking to customer service getting our flights switched, finding a hotel, and trying to get an idea of when our flight was leaving, 5 hours sleeping in a hotel, and 3 and half hours actually flying. Whoever said getting there is half the fun... they did not know what they were talking about! Here's how we spent the time in the airport: (Isaac spent his time in a make shift bed made of Cams coat. Austin's cheeks are so red because the four hours in the plane - while it was supposedly waiting to be deiced - really dried his skin out. Landon kept up a good attitude but you can see just how bored he was)



We love being with our families. There's just something about being with people that love you unconditionally.

7 comments:

Abbie Anna and Megan said...

Ahhh! Getting places can be so frustrating. I truly wish we could just beam ourselves places. Glad you had a good time once you made it!

Steph and Jared said...
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Steph and Jared said...

Kendra I love your blog, it's way cute! Well I hope your trip back home wasn't as bad as on the way here. I bet Cam is so excited to almost be finished with school. We love you guys and wish you the best! Love, Steph and "Jay-ed"

{say.cheese} said...

FUN PICTURES. I'm glad you had fun. Sounds like a bummer... the whole airport drama! UGH!

Robs said...

Great pictures! Sounds like you had a great time (other than the airport drama)! I think I would have freaked out if I had to sit on the airplane on the tarmac for 4 hours! Bless you!

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Buttercup said...

I haven't commented for so long - please forgive me. I love looking at all your posts and it looks like you had a good Christmas. I'm really glad we don't have to do the travel thing as frequently any more. I'd love to see you next time you come to Utah.