I know this was months ago, but I started writing this back then and just got the opportunity to finish it recently. This year was Scarlett’s second Halloween, but the first one where she had some kind of a clue about what was going on. The previous year we’d dressed her up as Toad, but […]
Memorial Day was pretty awesome this year. All three original Mesa Brothers were reunited for the first time since Christmas. It was my third major holiday celebration since Scarlett was born (in 2012 we only celebrated Thanksgiving and Christmas), but it was the first one I hosted. Even with Danielle’s family only 3 hours away […]
It’s the year of the cat for the Vietnamese Zodiac. Here’s wishing you happiness, prosperity, and health. If you want to find out your animal, just visit my Vietnamese Zodiac web app.
Just wanted to remind my loyal readers so they remember it’s April Fool’s Day when they see awesome stuff like this.
I know I’m a day late, but I was busy celebrating the new year. It’s now the year of the tiger!
My mom usually sets this up under the tree (although never this elaborately). By moving it to a table in the living room she was able to do a really amazing job. Also kudos to Denny who helped her with the landscaping.
Last year after Dina and Brian went to The Village for Halloween, I did some research on this tradition and decided we would go whenever things worked out. Well, this year was that year so we decided to spend Halloween night in Greenwich Village in NYC’s Manhattan. But, first, we rewind once again to last […]
Enjoy your day off government (and other) employees!
This is over a decade old, but I just discovered it. ‘Twas the night before Christmas and Santa’s a wreck… How to live in a world that’s politically correct? His workers no longer would answer to “Elves”, “Vertically Challenged” they were calling themselves. And labor conditions at the North Pole Were alleged by the union […]
Which is not Mexican Independence Day.
Welcome to 2008!
I wanted to wish a Merry Christmas to my readers, however many (or few) of you there are. I hope this is a time of happiness and family fun for you. And, if you’re Christian, I hope this can also be a time of reflection for you upon the sacrifices Jesus made for you so […]
I think that the single largest source of mirth at the Thanksgiving dinner was Dan’s xkcd tshirt. Dan and I were the only ones who knew what this meant. Dave was the only other person capable of grasping it. Everyone else kept asking Dan to explain the shirt over and over. No matter how many […]