We revived our White Elephant party tradition, combining our small group with another small group. Also, a send-off for Mark and Sandy Berryman. We prayed over them and sang a few songs and laughted a lot. Enjoy the photos! Some were taken my James East or his camera. The rest with the Dugan's camera by various people.
Roger 'splainin' the rules. You got that? Only two things to remember.
Beth went for the big package. Lesson learned
The singing reindeer
Mark had an affinity for platters. This one had cookies and chocolates.
Hey buddy, how about this beauty? Only driven on Sundays by an old lady.
Stuffed into the stocking stuffer
What's she lookin' at?
Lee kept getting the hat.
Carolyn West has a nice doll.
And Harold passed up 3 opportunities to trade this. Can you believe it?
Mike with lamp on his hat.
Mark displaying his platter. That's nice Mark. Just one more thing to move.
The view past an ornament
Diane on the prowl for a gift. Somebody's gonna get it.
Is this where you wear them?
There ... that's the right way to wear them
Elders praying over Mark and Sandy
Dugan's outside decorations
Beth, Susan, and Aileen enjoying the food
Phyllis and Peggy
Harold and Keith comparing.
Sampling the goodies
Mark and Bob
L. B., Diane (trying to duck the camera -- too slow), and Carolyn --- probably a good fishing story??
Phyllis Nance, Peggy Lee, Larry Nance, Keith Lancaster, LB and Carolyn West
Sandy Berryman discussing with James East. Beth East.
A little less than half of the crowd.
Larry, something tells me Keith didn't believe you
Beth modeling the sombrero
Roger and the shorts.
Oh man!. How can I change the rules now to make this work better?
The gambler with the dice. Almost disproved probability theory. "Pedro" Lancaster: Now what's he waving that flag for? Is he gonna change the rules again?
What's you tag say, Mike?
Bob getting instructions from Aileen.
Oh, so this is how it works. Nice purse, Bob.
Ezy gets the shorts