Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Mary Ann, Aug 10, 2012.
I dare you put that notice the Tardis has by the door, next to your door.
She's seriously the most beautiful thing I have ever seen.
She's a cutie for sure. Congrats again, man. You're one lucky guy.
Oh, don't I know it! Thanks!
The boys and I went to see Inside Out in 3D this morning, (how I love matinees.) Only one other family in the theater.
They had this awesome standee for The Peanuts Movie.
Can you believe this is only 6 months away?
You and your boys are awesome. No doubt about it: you're raising them right.
That's another house in the background (they're only 3 feet apart on average), but the lot we snatched is next to a parking lot (streets are too narrow for parking) so that gravel area won't ever be built on.
And we're putting this on a big blue door right inside.
Pretty sure our front porch light will look like the top of a police box too.
I took my daughter to Central Park yesterday. She had a great time.
Of course she had to bring her binoculars with her.
Cute! Oh, to be the age when a day at the park, and some Goldfish crackers, were all one needed for a glorious day.
And don't forget your toilet paper binoculars auntiehill!
I house sat for my sister this week. She has an old barn and other buildings on her property (it used to be a farm). I've never taken any photos of them.
She and her husband wanted to use the barn, but it was falling apart and couldn't be salvaged. It used to house horses, now it's a buzzard nursery.
There are smaller barns scattered throughout the property.
They can't be used for anything, but they sure make the property interesting!
Yesterday was the last day of Kindergarten for Ian, they do a parade for all the students. Here is Ian walking out and striking a pose.
The Ian and I
The whole gang
^ Nice looking family you have there, Tom. It's hard for me to remember those proud moments these days, considering my youngest is now 25!
Counters and tile: installed!
^Nice! I like the little squares amidst the subway tiles.
Saga, those photos are freaking AMAZING, especially that last one.
Nice counter choice Squig. That's the kind we are thinking of getting too.
The squares in the tiles are where the outlets will be.
We're pretty excited about the counters (what an adult thought). The problem with getting a granite like that is that it can vary wildly from one cut to the next. We got lucky.
Great choice of tile design, Squiggy. That pattern and color just look better than most others.
My wife sent me this about an hour ago. She took my daughter to the Swedish Cottage Marionette Theatre in Central Park for a show.
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