365 Week: 11
Odds and Ends
March 12: Black and Whites in black and white. My piano is a battle scarred veteran of five moves, and she holds up a lot better in monochrome.
March 13: This is my nephew Jackson. He came for a visit Friday night. Jackson is almost two, and his life has been an uphill struggle, (he doesn't have his hearing aids in, in this picture) and will be continue to be so, but he has an incredibly sweet spirit. My kids think he looks like Harry Potter with his new glasses on.
March 14: The Texas Toast was nice and Texasy, and the steak was medium well. But, I ordered Chili's takeout for one thing -- The Loaded Mashed Potatoes! Cheese, chives, bacon, dirt from the ground -- I'm not sure what all is loaded in these potatoes.
And I don't care.
March 15: Jackson's toes -- we got to see him again today. That's more than I've seen him in the last six months. Jackson is fascinated by his extremities and puts on quite a show with his hands and his little feet.
March 16: Someday she's going to hate me for taking these pictures, but for now Emma is a willing accomplice. That's macaroni and cheese. If you look real close you can see the chocolate around her mouth, which of course indicates that I let her have desert before dinner.
That's why she likes me so much.
March 17: Kiss Me, my great-great-great grandmother was Irish! I LOVE St. Patrick's Day. All you have to do is wear green -- and if you enjoy getting pinched, you don't have to wear anything at all.
Of course they may get you pinched in a whole different way.
Go ahead say it...
He is left handed. Sort of.
Matt writes with his left hand, but throws a frisbee with his right hand. He throws a football with his left hand, but shoots a basketball with his right.
That's weird, right?
Oh, and we endorse Spaulding basketballs at our house.