*...she really knows her fruit*
You do realize that the kids - especially Coco, apparently - may use that karate stuff against you and Alex next time you threaten to take them out for some weekend family fun. Maybe there is a course in, say, pillow fighting you could sign them up for?
Have a nice day?! LOL Oh big brothers can be so mean!:))) Almost as bad as my friend who was taken to a wake with her school, but who wasn't told ahead of time that you're supposed to offer condolences and not "congratulations" to the grieving family when shaking their hands:))))The suspicious look on Coco's face in the Japanese restaurant is priceless:) (I took my husband to a Japanese restaurant in The Hague and it was NOT a big hit. I feel I'll never hear the end of it;)Macklemores? Ok, the kid is losing his French big time. A trip to Paris is in order!:))) ( because we know that he doesn't make the effort in Qc city.)Getting all "hillbilly" on someone? Why did I suddenly hear banjo and "squeak like a pig, boy!" when I read that?Coco is fearless!:)) Love it!:)I was visiting the old blog last week and couldn't believe how small she was when you left Paris! Then it hit me: you've been back almost two years now! Wow! I was still in The Hague when you wrote your last Parisian post! How time flies!
okay this time maybe I'll be the first comment...Macklemore macaron's ..tea spit take..thanks for thatlove the pic of the kids in their karate outfits..and was that geniune sunshine in one of those pictures...in Seattle??greetings from the city with the #inadrunkenstupor crack smoking mayor...we are so proud.
That was my friend Greg's house!
What, PCS? The burglary victim? The rooftop? Were they the same house? Tell me more! Have I met Greg before?
MJ, check out this recent "Seattle Times" article. Is there any that are worthy? http://seattletimes.com/html/pacificnw/2010071487_pacificptaste25.htmlSusan