Wednesday, December 29, 2010

Christmas & New Year. Passed.

Started this post some time ago and, though time has moved on, I didn't want to leave this one in the Draft bin. So here's a flash back to the season just past.

The California swag.

The festive window 'o' teddy bears, round the corner in San Francisco.

Decorating at the library for the children's Christmas story.

My mom's madonna, out of storage for Christmas.

Table and prezzies
at the ready.

Friends, charades, finger food, bubbly and a fire -- a great way to welcome in the New Year!

It looks like 2011 will bring transformation and completion that will be the result of an unusual perspective and require some sacrifice which I will have the courage to make given the support of my community. It will be interesting to see how this new year, and the new decade which it begins, unfolds.

Wishing you Health and Happiness as we move into 2011.

Wednesday, December 8, 2010

Corn Tiger Update, Part I

I am back home in No California and recovered from the cold I picked up along the way. Past time to catch you up and, of course, I must start with the Dear Daughter and the Corn Tiger.

One of his favorite toys is the stuffed octopus rocking horse that plays five tunes that his Manny George gave him. It's the type of gift that the Mom and Dad look at and say "Huh...", but that turns out to be the child's chosen plaything. He can just about get on and get off by himself, and he likes to bounce along to the "Colors of the Rainbow" song while the whole family sings along.

The family - the Dear Daughter, the Dad, the Manny and the Grand Boy, made the trip over from Brooklyn to Manhattan for Thanksgiving and joined the family at Central Park West for dinner. Iris provided the beautiful setting, she, Asia and I collaborated on the feast.

I got to give Corn Tiger lot's 'o' keeses and his Mom got to introduce him to ginger ale...

"Wow! What was That?!"

He got to sit in the "big boy", Enzo's, high chair and play with his toys, and Enzo got to learn about sharing.

There was much to be Thankful for!

More soon, Love for now.
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