A Very Fort Wayne Christmas

This year we spent Christmas in Fort Wayne with my parents. I took a bunch of photos, which I will present here mostly in chronological order, starting with Christmas Eve when I took some tree bokehs.

Dad, John, and I started Christmas Day with a dog walk.

The woods where we walked them were really pretty in the light. You don't have to get up too early for pretty morning light in December.

Double suspension.

Toby was thrilled to go back to the car at the end of the walk so that we could go home and open presents.

John and I got a bunch of fun Christmas presents, including these microphones for something called "Merryoke." Each microphone plays a series of Christmas songs for you to sing along to, and an "elf voice" button that transposes your voice up two or three octaves. Very entertaining for us, sort of frightening for the dogs.

John looks like a weird elf in this picture, with his merryoke mic.

After present opening and breakfast, Dad gave us a little archery lesson in the backyard.

It was a relaxing holiday and we're sad that we have to go back to work. But we'll be back in Indiana a few times in the next year for some very exciting wedding planning.

I hope you had a great holiday and a Happy New Year!

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