Saturday, December 19, 2009

The Tale of Two Burgers

See that little baby over there on the right?  In case you're not one of the three to seven people that regularly read this blog, that's my baby girl Anna.  Anna's middle name is Lyn.  Anna Lyn.  Isn't that a lovely name?  Oh and please ignore that crazy look on Ella's face.  You can tell which one is Ella because of the crazy look on her face.  Okay, back to Anna.  Anna got her middle name from my godmother, Johanna's mommy, Lyn.  See how it works like that?  Neat, eh?  Last week Lyn told "us" on Facebook that she was going Christmas shopping and should she pick up anything up for anyone.  So I made a couple of jokes to her about how she should pick me up a hamburger while she was out.  Which is really funny when you know that I live in Florida and she lives in Texas.  It's a little hard to pick someone up a hamburger when you live 1000 miles apart.  Well anyway, I got a card in the mail approximately 1.5 days ago.  It was a lovely card from Lyn and contained a hamburger.  Or rather a gift card to McDonald's where I could pick up a hamburger.  Lyn is witty, funny and generous.  Now we all know where Johanna got her incredibly honed sense of humor from.  So here we all are mounted up in our trusty Pontiac Montana.

Look McDonalds!!  And Del's head.

Happy Meals all around with Avatar toys...because Avatar is such a kid-friendly movie you know.

Del knows how to hook a pregnant lady up with some serious hamburger goodness.  He got a Big Mac, too but I went with the burger with bacon on it, because bacon makes everyting better.  Except for coffee.  And chocolate.

See, yummy!!!!!

And look, I SHARED!!

And I got a dessert, too.  The kids got ice cream cones but I didn't get any pictures of that because the destruction that ensued was not family-blog friendly.

Thank you, Lyn.  You know how to make me chuckle and blush and feel loved right good.  And the burger was really tasty.


Johanna said...

When mom told me she was going to do that, I thought it was a great idea! I don't know if I would have thought of it! You have a great looking family, by the way. :)

Marie said...

How thoughtful! What a nice mom you have Johanna!

I am so impressed that you made such an interesting post about a trip to McDonald's :)

Joanna said...

Oh my goodness, you should really tell me when I make such a horrible spelling mistake!!

Lyn said...

I am so glad you enjoyed your hamburger--and that you shared!!
You are very special Joanna--love you! Lyn

Lawanda said...

SAWEET! And Savory!! And What a nice person Johanna's mama is! And so THAT is where she gets it from! ha ;)