It’s March. Do you know what that means? That means we escaped winter unscathed. After two cataclysmic winters when we were pounded with one city-closing blizzard after another, we deserved the reprieve. Naturally, the kiddies were disappointed but I didn’t mind one bit. That’s how you can tell you’ve become an adult. Winter isn’t fun anymore. We had exactly ONE snowfall. I suppose we can still get a late season surprise, but overall we got off easy.
It may have been only one snowfall, but we made the best of it. Please spare me your sarcastic witticisms regarding my camera skills. I know I fucked up the orientation. I was too busy concentrating on not dropping my iPhone and coming to a halt in a safe spot. Mush, indeed!
What the hell is this supposed to mean?
Japan week runs from the 1st through the 3rd? Have any of you been to Japan? Are the weeks there measured out in 72-hour increments? Advertising fail. I may walk over to Grand Central on my lunch hour to take this in. I have an affinity for Japan.
I turned off the word verification requirement in the comments section. Blogger has initiated a new WV system that I find both cumbersome and annoying. I wanted to save you, gentle reader, the hassle. But I reserve the right to reactivate it if I’m suddenly flooded with spam about hating American women.
Man totally thought you were headed for the bench. Also the little one’s laugh! So cute.
Excellent camera work! That’s the best kind for a toboggan ride!!!! Love daughter’s giggle at the end!I suppose if you divide 72 hours by 8 hour work days, you’d get more than a week! Be interesting to see what you find out when you go there.
Sid: You should hear the little one’s scream. Not so cute.Ponita: I’m am very, very angry with myself for screwing it up. Imagine how great that would have looked if it had been properly oriented! Grrrr.
Japan week!!but Sausage strong….
LMBO!!!! ohmygawddddddd! she is too cute, but i swear, sugar, you are hilarious! xoxoxoxo
That’s a beautiful memory. And you’ve shared it with us. Thank you.
SF: A play on words! Well done, sir.Sav: You’ll have to take the new grandkiddies sled riding. dinah: If I had dropped my phone it would have been an entirely different memory.
Oh please…. I don’t weigh that much
nurse: I said that because Daughter #1 was giving us a start-off push and complaining that I was too heavy. I *don’t* weigh that much!!!
“Mush”…What a good day!
THAT was fun!(And now I know what you sound like. NOTHING like Janice from ‘Friends’! Haha!) :¬)
I’ve been to Japan. Ate sushi. Got nekkid at the onsen. Forgot to check on length of weeks.
daisy: Not bad for winter. Would trade it for a day on the beach in a flash.map: Now you know why I don’t post .wav files of me singing. I leave that to the professionals.HIF: I had to Google onsen. Sign me up.
Just in case you hadn’t realised, you make good kids. So very, very cute!
Dolce: Thank you. It’s a family recipe handed down from the old country. A little Italian. A little Irish. A dash of Polish. Simmer.
I just like Americans in general but I agree that WV was monstrous.Loved the sleigh ride but my fantastic new computer so far has no sound!All will be well when the Tim-man cometh!
I was sue you were going to crash into that thing at the end. That looked great fun. Can I have a go?Thanks for turning the verification off (for the time being). I find captchas quite hard to solve, and there’s something a bit weird about a robot asking you to prove you’re not a robot.
Pat: I’m hoping to start a wave of protest against the evil captcha menace. I’ll bet the U.S. invented those, too.looby: Leave it to you to find the irony in all this. Well done, sir.