Meeting my family: Ceebs and Marc

These two together because they get along well?

That and they weren’t descriptive in their answers, so it would be, like, a twenty-word blog post each. Oh, and any comments I have are italicized.


Teh padre answers some questions:

Here he's drawing a map/ graph of where he went fishing.
Here he’s drawing a map/ graph of where he went fishing.

What did you eat for lunch today?
Chimichanga, rice and beans

Describe Esther (my sister-in-law)
Looks like Aunt Lynn and acts like Leona.

(This doesn’t work well because you guys have no context for those other two).

If you could relive one day, which would it be.
Wedding day.

What’s a cool story about Jesus?
Meeting the Samaritan woman at the well.


So, that was fun and succinct. Next I present my sister, Christine, who I call “Ceebs.” (Rhymes with “plebes”).

Love this picture!
Love this picture!

Of all the foods, which one would you most not want to be allergic to?
Peanut Butter.

Describe Josh.

  • Smiles
  • Always a baby in my mind
  • Not a morning person
  • A leader

Christine doing a puzzle as I made egg salad/ bacon/ guacamole sandwiches. Someone capitalize on that recipe stat.
Christine doing a puzzle as I made egg salad/ bacon/ guacamole sandwiches. Someone capitalize on that recipe stat.
Which is the most refreshing drink?
Ice cold water with a hint of lemon.

Describe Leona (our mom)

  • Generous, happy, loud
  • Makes good sound effects
  • “Can’t miss a GAME, gotta be on the TEAM, oo oo oo!”

Tell me about the best socks.

  • Yellow.
  • Purchased in the Madrid Airport.
  • Real Madrid soccer socks
  • They tell you which foot to put them on
  • Special cushioning and arch support

You could write commercials, Ceebs, commercials.


Three down, four to go! Thanks for reading, more to follow tomorrow. 😀

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