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Dec 14 / Jessica

Merry Christmas Madlib!


Well, here we are at the end of another [ADJECTIVE] year. We hope this Christmas letter finds you well as you celebrate this joyous season of [HOLIDAY TRADITION]. 2011 has been a/an [ADJECTIVE] yet [ADJECTIVE] for us, with the kiddos [VERB ENDING IN “ING”] like crazy. Caroline is almost 2, and if she could sum up the year so far in a single word, it would be “[EXCLAMATION]!” She loves to paint [PLURAL ANIMAL] and ride her new [ADJECTIVE] tricycle. She looked very [ADJECTIVE] in her [ADJECTIVE] flower girl dress in August. This year she started school (one day a week); she has taken to it like a [NOUN] to [NOUN].  Caroline [VERB ending in “S”] her baby brother Luke very much.  Speaking of Luke, he made a/an [ADJECTIVE] entrance on September 14. He spends his days [VERB ENDING IN “ING] and [VERB ENDING IN “ING] with Caroline. Having two kids has been very [VERB]!

Zach is still working for BNSF Railway and has been traveling quite a bit to [INSERT BIG CITY/RANDOM SMALL TOWN], which has left Jess feeling very [EMOTION].  He [VERB ending in “S”] racquetball, Rangers baseball and projects in the garage.

Cowtown Photo Booths has continued to [VERB]. The second [ADJECTIVE] booth is under construction now! Look for us at the next [EVENT]!

Jess stays busy [VERB ENDING IN “ING”] and [VERB ENDING IN “ING] the kiddos. She started her own [ADJECTIVE] business-  Need a/an [ADJECTIVE] resume makeover or celebration design?  She also [VERB] scrapbooks and wedding monograms for Cowtown Photo Booths.

We [VERB ENDING IN "ED"] our 5th anniversary by taking a/an [ADJECTIVE] trip to Boston- with a/an [ADJECTIVE] side-trip to Maine. We’ve traveled to see family and friends in [INSERT LOCATION] too.

In short, life is [ADJECTIVE] and we are grateful. As always, we wish you, our [PLURAL NOUN], the happiest of holiday seasons and a new [NOUN] filled with blessings, silliness and smiles. Take care and we hope to [VERB] you soon. Remember to take time to celebrate Jesus’ Birthday by [INSERT CHRISTMAS TRADITION]!


Jess, Zach, Caroline and Luke Smith

p.s. We’d love to see what you came up with! Send us your Madlib! It will be good for a laugh! :)

p.p.s. Tell all of the ladies in your life to get an annual mammogram!  Jess’ mom was diagnosed with Stage 1 breast cancer in August and is currently undergoing chemotherapy. We are thankful that they caught it early.  Zach’s mom celebrated her 10 year anniversary of being breast cancer free this fall. Get checked!!!

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