Saturday, January 05, 2008

Luna's First Christmas

i had my first Christmas this year! it was fun! there were a lot of people everywhere. my aunt laura took some pictures of me. daddy said they were good pictures and wanted me to post them so you could see.

i got a present this year! here's me opening my present.

here's me being a present.

here's daddy trying to look like me.

i like Christmas time. there are lots and lots of people all the time!

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  • Samantha

    What a sweet family you all make! I've been reading through your archives over the past few days, and I am really enjoying myself! This is a great blog!

    I am also in an interracial marriage--I'm white, my husband is Vietnamese. It's so interesting to read about the cultural differences between your families--I can relate to a lot of what you write.

    We live in NYC and have "wild and crazy" left-wing political leanings. :-) I just wanted to write to you to tell you how much I enjoy your blog, despite our extreme differences. It is interesting, engaging, and funny! You both seem like such incredibly kind people. I love reading it and seeing your pictures, and I love learning from people who have such a different lifestyle that we have. It really makes me realize that we all have more in common than we think! Sometimes you just have to look a little deeper to find it.

    So thanks for writing this great blog! It's so much fun! :-)

    P.S. Hope you don't mind a comment from a radical lefty! :-)

  • JunkMale


    Thanks for reading and leaving a comment. Sitemeter was saying that someone was spending lots of time reading our blog, so maybe that was you.

    No, of course I don't mind that a radical lefty reads here ;) Your's was the most pleasant comment I've ever gotten from a radical lefty (although admittedly, those are not many) We ourselves have disagreements with the right, and on certain points, I even agree with some atheist sentiments! (on some separation of church and state issues) Besides, the world would be much less of a pleasant place if we always focused only on what our differences are.

    How did you get to our blog? I'm always curious how people get here.

  • JunkMale

    Also to Samantha,

    It's nice to see a lefty who actually seems to appears (?) to be "liberal" in the true sense of the word (i.e. accepting and open-minded).

  • Samantha

    Interesting point about the true meaning of the word "liberal." You're right--it does mean open-minded, and in my experience lefties generally come across as much more closed-minded. I'm not sure why that is. It feels so elitist to me.

    I found your blog by clicking on a comment you left on another blog. I'm sorry, I can't remember which one! I sometimes click on an interesting comment to see if the person has their own blog. Although rarely do I get hooked in the way I did with yours! :-)