Do you really need an explanation?
It’s the circle of life. The smaller species eats gingerbread, which in turn becomes prey for the larger cousin…I mean species.
Ok, there was a bit of encouragement from the part of the photographer, but I love this pic.
Ingrid had a great idea that we’d have teams building gingerbread houses. What could go wrong?
Editorial comment: We tried this once with our Marketing group at BCIT. Wow. One group built a gingerbread brothel…but I digress. Ladies of the evening built out of gingerbread…yah, what could go wrong indeed!? (excellent creative skills…just need some guidance from time to time…) 😉
We had no such incidents at our most recent building event.
These were great houses and Ethan and Max built the one you see above.
It was a fun way to add a positive memory and experience to our Christmas gathering.
That wife of mine…always the good ideas!
As the calendar flies so quickly away from Christmas into the New Year, these houses will become a fun memory of Christmas 2010.
We couldn’t go a minute without thinking of Chris. He would have loved this event too and probably somehow worked a lacrosse theme into his gingerbread house.
The new normal includes great memories of the past with Chris and everyone else and new experiences too…maybe that IS the circle of life after all.
One reply on “The circle of life…I mean gingerbread.”
Loved doing the gingerbread house.
Thanks Ingrid for the idea.
Happy New Year !