Sunday, November 16, 2014

Sunday Evening Post

Peas porridge hot.
Peas porridge cold.
Peas porridge in the pot...
screw peas porridge.
Lets bring on the pics!

M read his essay during the Veterans Day Appreciation Ceremony.

The super cool moment came when this young man read about his appreciation for his veteran father, who is a veteran of World War  II!

 My son baked this Pac-Man cake for his good friend, L.
Happy Birthday!

Here is a shot of the proud baker and over-whelmed recipient.

Egss poached in tomato sauce.


Happy B-Day, S!
Her son E made this fancy-pants card for her.

Poor J ran into a pole.
Normally, she just dances on one.
Nyuk.  Nyuk.

They sat there for a good four hours, but C and Teddy did shoot a good sized buck.


He gutted it himself.

The view at D's place.

On our way to New York, we stopped by a rest area and caught a glimpse of these two guys donning BK crowns just because they were available.
Kudos, Men-
I mean Sires.

Playing "selfies" with toy phones.
Pretty hilarious.

A shot of us warming up and getting ready moments before the big event of the week...

High above...

Mazel Tov to D and A!

Here they are being jettisoned over the crowd during the Hora.

J's cousin snuck this shot of me.
You can take the hick out of Delaware,
but you can't take the Delaware out of the hick.

Cool Moe J during his first visit to NYC.
I think he likes it.

Fresh eggs, broccoli, and homemade oatmeal cookies from D.
Many thanks, but something tells me the broccoli is going to outlast the cookies.

We'll leave you with a sideways shot of the reception.

See you next week!

Sunday, November 9, 2014

Sunday Evening Post

We took a week off and it was a lot like skipping the gym-
it just left us feeling lazy and fat.
We're back-
Tan.  Rested.  Ready.
Shots of the fourteen days.

Finding shows for all three of us can be a challenge.  Fortunately, the new Flash fits the bill.  We decided to recreate last week's intro of Captain Cold.
Cold's freeze gun is shooting out a Q-tip (unused).

Today would have been my Mom's 68th Birthday.  It was a little tough, but when this types of pics come your way, it makes it a whole lot easier.  Thank you.

Mussels with fish.

Fish with muscles.

Ben Affleck filming Batman.
(They do wonders with CGI these days).

Halloween sloth.  She was going to go Trick or Treating, but she took a really long nap, instead.

Great look, but you just gave up your secret identity!

Oh, sure.
Everyone looks smashing.
Fantastic costumes.
Must be nice to be married to a professional photographer.

A little late night spooking through the window while the fall moon shines.

My son got a vacuum cleaner stuck on his face and it left a bruise.
Pretty dumb, but I guess I should be thankful he wasn't sticking it somewhere else.

Listen, you are taking this whole paleo diet way too far.
Eat some ice cream, for crying out loud!

We starting out the week with a trip to our favorite restaurant outside of Philly to catch up with family
(Good times).
Then we got our socks scared off of us at the final haunted house of the year-
The Eastern State Penitentiary!

Alien/Human Hybrids?
I wish I had this info before I voted.

Fritarose cameo.
We can't afford her weekly appearance fees anymore.

Check it out.
Baby Z is wearing the same sweater that her Mom used to wear, sewn by Mom-Mom the Great.
They don't make them like that anymore!

"Oh yes it's ladies night and the feeling's right
Oh yes it's ladies night, oh what a night, oh what a night!Oh yes it's ladies night and the feeling's rightOh yes it's ladies night, oh what a night"

-Kool and the Gang

See you next week.

Sunday, October 26, 2014

Sunday Evening Post

 It seems like everyone is preparing for All Hallow's Eve.
If I could have just one night to be someone else...
I wish I could be either Ladybird Johnson or Charles Bronson.
Here be the pictures from the week.

The Royal Librarian once again inspiring the local youth to read more and stretch their horizons.
And if they do not,
then off with their heads.

E's loose tooth... no more.

I am usually not a fan of cats, but this one has a certain charm.
Feline Littlersistas.

My brother's spooky jack o' lanterns.  He has always been a master of the craft.

R was approached by several people and told how much they liked his "Mad Men" themed costume.
He didn't know what they were talking about.

Even our old rental is getting in on the hoopla.

 The ladies hit in the town midweek to belatedly celebrate JM's birthday in style.

Reflections in the aquarium or the popular "Cybil" costume.
You decide.

Tough hombres wearing bowties.
Now that is boss.

A is Edith the Ninja and E is Blu, the bird from the movie Rio.
(Like you needed that explained!  Everybody who is anybody knows who Edith the Ninja is).

We found all kinds of trails to walk this week.  Above are parts of the St. Jones Reserve areas.

M strutted into his costume party as a cereal killer victim.
(Fortified with Vitamin D).

It was just brought to our attention that we received a message from a young man who was the subject matter for one of our weekly posts.
The pic and reply are posted below.

We got a big kick out of this and hope to run into him next year to recreate the scene.
We'll call it:
Return of the Hip.

Awesome costume!
(Just don't fall down.
It could be a while before you get up).

J received a strange request from a good friend that she had not seen in a while.  She happily obliged.

I felt like I should wear a costume as well, but being the cheapskate that I am, I pilfered two pieces of chiclet gum.
Now come on, give me some candy!

All right, people.
You know the drill.
I'm allergic to corn syrup, so make sure you buy a bunch of gourmet organic chocolate.

See you next week.