Sunday, November 02, 2008

Football, Halloween, & speech

My youngest plays youth league football. He's number 3 for the Eagles. :) He loves playing. I'm not a huge football fan, but I know he's the offensive center & is moved around on defense. The first pic has him getting ready to pass the ball back at the beginning of the down. :)

In this picture he's playing defensively and is tied up with 8, but I believe is looking at the kid running the ball (10 on the Cowboys). I really have lots of fun watching him play (also a few nerve wrecking moments at the hits & falls). His team hasn't done so well this year--they've only won one game--but he's had lots of fun!

On Friday, my daughter had to give a speech at school while dressed as the person she was giving the speech on. She was Ruth Bader Ginsberg. :) I was so proud of her!!

I mentioned my Fall fun/Halloween party over at, and thought I'd post a few pictures from that night. I remembered to take pictures right as people were starting to arrive and right as everyone was leaving. Brilliant. I know. :)

Just getting started...My favorite Geisha girl!
The 80s chicks!
My grandparents (who celebrated their 60th wedding anniversary on 10/30!) take it easy & stay warm. :)
Oh, and I have to share my good news! I've sold 5 books in the past week & a half. 4 to Harlequin & 1 to another publisher. Woo hoo!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I'm psyched!!!


Anonymous said...

Love the pictures, Janice. Looks like you've been busy. Sounds like it, too. FIVE books? Do you still have to write them or are they already written?

Carla Capshaw said...

Great pictures, Janice! The Halloween pics look fun.

Huge congrats on your book deals!! Wonderful!!!

Paisley Kirkpatrick said...

What fun photos Janice. I can appreciate you being so proud of your wonderful family.

Anonymous said...

Love the pics! And congrats on all your success!


Mona Risk said...

I love the pictures, Janice. The kids are adorable and your grandparents look like the perfect couple. Wishing them many more years together. Congratulations on your new books.

Anonymous said...

Your party looks like a lot of fun. Wish I could have been there.