Our celebration of life continued back at my mom's house with everyone looking through stacks of old photos...
I had taken a lot of photos that included my grandfather over the years, but awhile back, my mom gifted me with an album of photos that much of the family had never seen.
I had Costco print up ten copies of each, so everyone in the family could take home as many photos as they wanted. (I got that little green display from Michael's with a 40% off coupon.)
And then a few of the boys got a little football game underway...
And when a political discussion broke out, a few of us headed down to the creek to escape...
My sister was the first one to leave since she's the lone democrat in the family.
And my Aunt Alicia is smart enough to avoid political discussions AND to double fist it.
Eventually, everyone (even the political debaters - namely my husband, and my Uncle Dean) joined us.
Nice face, Ross (and nice job shaving that beard of yours - you look so handsome I can hardly stand it).
Nice job keeping clean, Keaton.
Nice job ruining the moment, Josh.
And then I got all set up for a group shot before a few family members departed...
And then another football game amongst the boys got underway...
I only included that last one because Josh's calves look so ridiculously hot in it (and I'm totally ok with you appreciating the hotness of my husband's calves).
that last one is blurry, but I love it.
Apparently, Brad's cheering section wasn't cheering loud enough.
The game came to a screeching halt when Roscoe-T took off a full speed, looked behind him to see where the ball was, and ran directly into a chest-high structure.
And all the laughing at Ross's unfortunate experience came to a screeching halt when my mom realized what happened and started freaking out on everyone who was laughing at her (23 year old) grand baby.
More to come.