December 24, 2005

17 responses to Strong Holidays and a Happy New Year 2006!

  1. Scott Says:

    And the same to you and your lovely family. All the best.

  2. Vince Says:

    Merry Christmas to you all. Hope all is well.

  3. Gords Says:

    I enjoyed your clever picture Kris. Merry Christmas to you and your cute family.

  4. Jon Says:

    And to you Kris.

  5. john y Says:

    all the best for the new year…

  6. Kris Says:

    Thanks guys! :-)

    Gords, we make a gingerbread “house” every year and send out a picture of it as a Christmas greeting. I just added the whole collection online.

  7. Gords Says:

    Man you make constructing a home gym and building gingerbread sleighs and boats look fun! The attention to detail is amazing. Thanks for sharing the pictures.

  8. Mich Says:

    My suggestion for next year is a gingerbread gym in the backyard of the gingerbread house…

  9. Kris Says:

    Hehe, excellent idea. :-) Who knows…

  10. chris Says:

    Just wanted to say great site, im still not sure how i stumbled across it but i did. I think the outdoor gym is pretty cool and i also like the Tibetan stuff you did. This site actually inspired me to start my own Powerlifting blog give myself a bit of a kick in the pants for new PR’s. anyway, just wanted to say hi and to keep up the good work, very inspiring to see the passion and dedication you have for the sport and spirituality…..

  11. Kris Says:

    Chris, thanks for the kind words. I checked out your blog and noted that we have quite a lot in common (age, young child, Tibet… name…goatee)… well, except for the weight on the bar. You’re strong dude, but don’t let that stop you from getting any stronger. Actually, forget what I just said. You’re weak. Better throw some more wood on the fire. :-)

    I’ll do my best in keeping up with your blog. I’ll also do my best in trying to get mine back on track, got some catching up to do…

  12. chris Says:

    same to you, i will keep poppin from time to time to see how your progressing, gotta go start a links section now, i checked out most of the links you have and get psyched to lift after reading them, im gonna overtrain if i aint to careful!!

  13. Kris Says:

    This entry is now back online since I finally managed to backblog the stuff before it. Forging on… approaching the present… must be careful as to not speed into the future… who has got the breaks?

  14. Måns Says:

    This reminds me of an episode in Mel Brooks’ Spaceballs… Anyone else see this in their mind’s eye? “Stop this thing, I order you! Stooooooooppp!!!” Hehe, and little man dressed in black goes flying off into console. :D

  15. Kris Says:

    Speaking of Spaceballs… we rewatched it with Sanna a couple of years ago expecting to roll off the couch in laughter. To our dismay, it didn’t happen. Wasn’t even close. Now, I am again starting to vividly remember this movie as one of the funniest ever. Lesson learned: don’t rewatch movies you found funny in your teens. They are much funnier in your head. Long live Dark Helmet!

  16. Måns Says:

    True, so true. Except with Monty Python movies. Holy Grail! Holy Grail!

  17. Kris Says:

    Yes, Monty Python movies are a major exception. :-)

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