Tuesday, December 13, 2011

More Florida Pictures

Found these photos I forgot to post, from back in October. Beautiful beach, which will forever be scarred by the trauma of Lily deciding to "hide" on us.

An attempt to be arty and salvage a tragically overexposed but cool shot.

Friday, November 25, 2011

Thanksgiving 2011

Another wonderful Thanksgiving with the Baldwins. Thanks, guys, for the fun and for all the delicious food.


Debbie teaching Mary how to make gravy (that's a joke).


Thursday, November 24, 2011

Happy Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving 1966, me at Bebop and Grandma's house. Also the day I took my first steps.

Monday, November 21, 2011


A few more Florida photos. Sorry this took so long, Ma!

Sunday, November 6, 2011

Paca's Stuff

Paca's purse: because you never know when you'll need a tape measure, magnet, or clothespin. My dad always says if you need a ham sandwich, you can find one in her purse.

Paca's pantry: because they were 2-for-1.

Love you Mom! :-)

Update, 11/7: Comment from my Mom deserves equal time: "Wait a minute, let me defend myself. I pick up the 'two for one' and then give one to the food pantry." But that's not as funny!

Monday, October 31, 2011

A Halloween Retrospective

2004 - strawberry

2005 - Dorothy

2006 - cowgirl

2007 - princess

2008 - bride

2009 - Bat Girl

2010 - witch

Happy Halloween

Who says I can't bake? Can you find the bloody nose?

Good and evil.

Calm group shot.

And, as Michael jumped out of furnace room.

Mummy wrap.

Thanks, Aunt Lee, for loaning us the wings.

Sunday, October 30, 2011


Lily and I went to Florida for a long weekend a couple of weeks ago. Had a great time with Grandma and Grandpa, and, of course, Chico. Here's the first batch of photos.

Sunday, October 16, 2011

Open House

Went to Lily's 2nd grade open house last week. Saw this fabulous self-portrait (check out the nails):

Also saw this love note to the teacher (not by Lily). I love accidental kid profanity.

Monday, October 10, 2011

Last of the NY Photos

At Aunt Lee's - getting ready to leave Lily with Aunt Lee for a grown up evening in the city.

Sunset on the High Line. The High Line is a public park built on old 1930s era elevated freight tracks on Manhattan's West Side.

With Tom and Joanna, celebrating Tom's birthday (a bit early, but it's a milestone one and what better place than NY to celebrate?).