Saturday, January 09, 2010

The Christmas T's

Prior to the Big Day, the DIL and I went gift shopping (and window shopping) on Whiskey Row. Fortunately, ours is a Tshirt family so it is comparatively easy to arrive at a lightweight present without too much agonizing.

In this case, the giftee in question was my dotter. The top two T's over at the Galloping Goose were not it; the next, fancier Kokopelli was chosen by the DIL.

Sson the ecologist is famous for his biological collection -- themes that range from Serengetti giraffes to tree frogs. But his wardrobe is beginning to fray. And so we pitched in. Above, orcas and below, a very special gift from his sister.

We even made a special trip out to the Nature Center to buy him his very own mosquito. Same place I found the delightful ladybugs for the smallest Gchild; this tee came complete with a separate set of bugs to snap into place.

A gift that dates back to last summer; I had forgotten about this particular Tshirt when I posted about Betty Boop.

Valley of Lights: It took an out-of-towner to catch this year's Valley of Lights display over in PV. While I went down to Tucson for a visit, Warren came up to Prescott from Tucson. Thanks, Warren.


Catalyst said...

I love the Homeland Security shirt!

Kate said...

As an ex-Minnesotan (land of 10,000 mosquitoes) I'm thinking I need to order one of those Got Blood Ts asap! :)

Steve said...

Nice T's. I wear one, under the shirt, under the sweater, and under the heavy coat. But, It's warm that way.

Anonymous said...

Wow, you really scored on the t-shirt gifts.

Didn't realize Prescott has such a wide selection.

~Anon in AV.

Kathleen said...

Aw - I love the little bug shirt! And the little cutie who got it =)

Very fun collection of T's!

Granny J said...

cat-A -- thought you ight like it...

kate -- I love that "Got Blood" shirt. So did Sson.

steve -- but are they wonderful t's with neat pix and messages, hidden under all that clothing?

anon av -- you just have to get out and about. There are also a lot of third rate tourista Ts.

frame -- as you can imagine, I couldn't resist the lady bugs.

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