While my preschooler enjoyed the company of a fellow preschooler, I took my iPhone and Olloclip into the garden. I have never seen so much Poison Ivy in my life.
Another beautiful day here in Massachusetts and another trip to Great Brook Farm State Park with the dog. Only 15 more trips and that season pass will start paying for itself! Walking the dog and getting exercise while also getting a chance to take nature photographs is working out. But I’ve learned a few things
Some days I’m so unmotivated to cook. Okay, some weeks I’m so unmotivated to cook. Thankfully we now live around really good and consistent restaurants that are both kid-friendly and delicious to both minor and adult palates. Last night we indulged in pizzas from the Flatbread Company in Bedford. The restaurant is funky, has a
SCREENGRAB from Willie Witte on Vimeo. ~ Buy ink, indeed!
Boston.com puts together a collection of memorable MBTA moments. I still don’t understand “no pants” day. Photo Credits: By Christina Xu (originally posted to Flickr as IMG_1840) [CC-BY-SA-2.0], via Wikimedia Commons
Great photographs of some truly fantastic and creepy costumes from National Geographic. Photo by Werner Baiker as found at Wikimedia Commons with the following license: Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this document under the terms of the GNU Free Documentation License, Version 1.2 or any later version published by the Free Software
While I know it is a common thing to do, I have never referred to any of my pets as my “children” or myself as their “mother.” I’ve encountered plenty of people that say, “This is my baby so and so” while pointing to a cat or a dog and smiling. And I’ve always found
~ Found at Andrew Sullivan’s, The Dish