Monday, December 22, 2008

Her Christmas Carol

Pickle in a nasty tree, Fa La La La La La La La La La.

Pickle in a nasty bush, Fa La La La La La La La.

Sunday, December 14, 2008

Some Observations from the Merrill Lynch Shootout

E and I spent the Friday and Saturday at the Merrill Lynch Shootout in Naples. I'm not a huge golfer, but I have the following observations:

  • Camilo Villegas is hot. Doing the low crawl or whatever, just plain hot.

  • Braggarts are funny. If you have a condo on the golf course in Naples, you don't need to anounce it to the world. It just makes you look like, well, a braggart.

  • Sweater vests are ugly. Especially if you're 5'6" and hammered. Drunkeness at 3:00 in the afternoon is never attractive. But often funny to observers.

  • Ladies wearing a shear white shirt should always wear a bra. Men tend to stare at you with droopy jaws otherwise.

  • Portapotties are nasty no matter the type of venue.

  • My head fits perfectly into Nick Price's chest. I walked straight into him on the cart path. E was horrified. I didn't get to see Nick's face, but according to E, Nick was too.

Sunday, December 7, 2008

Because You Can't Have a Sunset Without the Sun

One of my favorite things about living in Southwest Florida is the sunset. And we had a beautiful one last night. The following pictures speak for themselves (but I can't resist the urge to attach captions).

Ray found a shell


Silly Monkey

It was after the sun set that Ray realized that the sun had actually set. Distraught because she missed the sun set she told me that I needed to get the sun back up. "Why," was my response.
"Because you can't have a sunset without the sun, mommy," was hers.

Ray and Droopy Drawers. After the sun set.
Afterwards, we went to Doc's Beach House for pizza. I love nights like this.

He's one cool dude.

Wednesday, December 3, 2008

Lipstick Class

Ray has been talking about going to lipstick class for a week now.

"Mommy, I'm so excited to go to lipstick class."

"Mommy, we have a lipstick class on Wednesday."

"Lipstick class is the best."

"I looooooove lipstick class!"

And this whole time I'm wondering to myself, "What in the hell kind of school am I sending her to that teaches kids about lipstick?" But, whatever, I didn't think much about it. Until I figured out what she was talking about.

Ray's dance class was canceled last week because of Thanksgiving and they have a make up class this week.

Get it? Make up class? Lipstick class?

I've been cracking up all day.

Tuesday, December 2, 2008