Sunday, December 16, 2012

Sunday Evening Post

Getting closer and closer to Christmas while Hanukkah just finished up.
Festivities are running amok.

 A night of junior high choir.
It was actually a fantastic program.  I can't wait for puberty to hit them so we can have a couple of basses.

My wife and I stopped by the Hagley Museum Library.  Pretty nice place.  

They displayed a lot of old school ads.

Card catalog, 
I miss you.

I know it is winter when I start to see this scene each and every morning.  It's like the blanket is glued to him or something.

It was worth a try.

Oddly enough, this was a hanukkah present for my son.

Everyone went to up to Philadelphia to catch Matisyahu in concert, but if you are going to be in Philly, you might as well stop at the best Japanese restaurant in the tri-state area--Sagami.
The food is phenomenal, but if you are taller than 5 foot 10, be ready to hit your head on the ceiling.

 The after-party started intense, but as seen below, quickly sputtered out.

New mitts, gloves, and scarf.

The annual NYC trip with a tour through Chinatown courtesy of Cousin Beth.

Happy Holidays.
See you next week.

1 comment:

  1. Those kids are growing up fast! "Blue Elvis", one of my favs!

    Have a great week!