Monday, December 15, 2008

More Flat Pam Adventures

I have been wondering way I haven't been around the blog for awhile. Now I know. I have been in the St Louis area (in my 2d self). Staci and her family were kind enough to show me some mid-west hospitality and allowed me to participate in their holiday revelry. Apparently I got a little out of hand in the beginning and climbed up their Christmas tree. I wanted them to feel what it was like to have a cat in the house I guess. Actually, I wanted my picture taken next to the Rd Sox ornament. Go Sox!
Staci was able to coax me down from the tree by offering me a nice cup of hot chocolate. As you can see, there were a lot of marshmallows.

It's no wonder that when I went to climb back up the tree, I could only get as far as the nativity scene. I was praying to not be so stuffed and then to be able to breath again.

Once I was able to move again, I got into more trouble and attempted to knock down the Mark McGuire baseballs. But I was nabbed before I could complete the task.Joshua was good enough to entertain me by reading Flat Stanley to me. As you can see from my face, I enjoyed it very much.

Finally, I met up with someone my size. We passed the time until he melted. It was toasty in the house.
Thanks Staci and family for a wonderful visit during the holidays. I love Christmas decorated houses.
P.S. Love the orange pants. :-)

5 comments:

Dennis the Vizsla said...

Looks like you and Frosty had a good time. What were you doing, a waltz? ;-)

Staci Wittenauer said...

Just so you know, you are wearing Waterloo Bulldogs Orange & Black!! I just couldn't get Alex to let me take a picture with his basketball uniform. I'll keep trying. I remember the orange courds that you liked and it just worked perfectly for the outfit .....

Glad you had a good time. The Frosty picture cracks me up -- they must have used the same ceramic mold. Funny!

Hoping to let you get a taste of the St. Louis office later this week. Hold onto your hat for a good time there!!

Tony said...

While climbing the tree has certain risks, I'm sure Flat Pam found it a bit low key compared to Prairie Flounders Flat Astro Pam's rocket ride. Conquer the skies & a tree is easy.

Pam Lambros said...

how true...how true...:-)

Staci Wittenauer said...

Low key is Waterloo's middle name! No rockets, no space ships. Now maybe your occasional deer crossing the road or a John Deere slowly driving down the highway, but that's about it .....