Today is November 11th. Which is, of course, Veteran’s Day. And also: The Kid’s birthday. There is (naturally) a 100 Miles post about the day he was born, which is now officially 14 years in the past. I really can’t believe that this face Is now 14 years old. Let me spell it out for you.
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Well, the good news is that the windows DID look cool with the lights shining behind them. But more about that later. In my neighborhood, there are a ton of kids that go trick-or-treating on my street. This year, the Kid decided to go get some candy for himself too, but next year I think
When I was a kid, I used to beg my dad to take me to nice restaurants. My favorite was the restaurant located inside the Red Lion Hotel, which to an eight-year-old kid was soooo fancy, but nowadays (or at least prior to their recent remodels and relaunching), and with my older eyes, is kind
No, not the award show. My grandma. Isn’t she beautiful? As a kid, I spent a good chunk of my formative years in the company of my paternal grandparents. In a lot of ways, they were just as much my parents as my mom and dad.
So, I haven’t blogged for a while. I thought I’d try getting into the swing of things by posting about how I got to use this: You totally thought I was going in a different direction with that, didn’t you?
Hey y’all. I’ve been MIA the past few days, for which I would like to apologize profusely. I’ll be back tomorrow with more bloggity goodness, and of course there is a pre-scheduled Throwback Thursday post coming up too. This one will be extra special since it’s 9/11 and I decided to repost a 9/11 post
You may recall that last weekend, Wilson had a night on the town. After his ice bucket challenge, he felt the need to get a little relaxation time in, so we went to our favorite karaoke bar for some down time. He insisted that I put it all together in a highlight reel, so I hope
So after I did the Ice Bucket Challenge the other day, Wilson was feeling a little left out because I didn’t nominate him. I told him he didn’t have to, but he insisted on doing it anyway. And yes, he even donated his $10. Enjoy!
Be nice to the girl with the stars on her head! This is how The Running Green Girl interrupted me when I started complaining about some randomly offensive body part while trying on clothes this last weekend. You may remember this picture from a recent TBT post. Trophies in the background notwithstanding, the key piece here