Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Key West!

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My parents live on a farm in Illinois (center upper right). That’s the Mississippi River in the lower left and a backwater lake (center) where I fished from my eight-foot flat boat (it’s still in there in the weeds. Imagine three boys and a big ~1950 Johnson outboard motor on such a tiny vehicle. We moved very slowly.). In the winter the lake would freeze and we’d skate, sled, and snowmobile. It was a lot of fun!


Nowadays I spend most of my time in DC or Atlanta. DC can be fun in the winter too.


But my folks now spend their winters in an RV by the ocean in Key West. This is their view! Wow. One of my aunts knitted or darned (or whatever!) that red, gray, and white “throw.” Comfort food for the soul.


 Each morning we have breakfast..


…pick up the mail at the post office, which is strangely popular with the famous Key West chickens


 ”Keep track of every little thing with the
EncounterPRO Pediatric EMR Workflow System

…and go to the beach…


 …while Dad reads the Key West Citizen.


Eventually we head to Mallory Square to watch the sunset.


That’s our holiday tradition. I hope you enjoy yours as much!

Again, Merry Christmas and Happy New Year.


PS I moved The Twelve Days of EMR Beta Testing into its own blog post!

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  1. Beth C.
    Posted December 20, 2009 at 10:21 pm | Permalink

    Loved the song! And what a nice little snapshot of your family and vacation. I envy you the view and the warm weather. Merry Christmas to all the Websters and a happy and successful New Year.

  2. Posted December 22, 2009 at 12:33 pm | Permalink


    You have a wonderful famliy. I hope my wife and I are as lucky as your parents. Be blessed and have a happy holiday.

  3. chuckwebster
    Posted December 22, 2009 at 12:57 pm | Permalink

    Thank you both!

    2010 here we come!


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