Monday, December 25, 2006

Wednesday, December 20, 2006

I wanna go to Kenya

If I were to change my name, it would be....


For those of you who have visited Christie's blog, I would like to share a similar video of my niece and nephew playing together. Click on the link. You know you want to. Go on, do it. You won't regret it. Come on. Click. Clllick up here. Click up here.

Thursday, December 14, 2006

Christmas Lights Show

This is a really awesome video my friend Kim showed me. I'll warn you, it's a bit lengthy, so if you get bored, at least fast forward it to the last thirty second or so. The finale is great.

Tuesday, December 12, 2006

Toasty, it's true!

My dear cousin has been talking about conspiracies of squirrels gone mad. At first I thought he, himself, was mad. But now I know. Two squirrels have inhabited my deck outside my apartment. They seemed harmless at first. But they're NOT. They attacked Trevor the other day, and my roommate has reported various encounters with the beasts. They were camped outside my window yesterday. When I opened it for some fresh air, they pulled a gun on me and told me to, and I quote "Close that fool, or I will close you up." Whatever that means. Wouldn't putting a hole in me open me up? Stupid squirrels.

Monday, December 11, 2006

Tuesday, December 05, 2006

That Trevor is so hot right now.

This is how Trevor was dressed for "Where's Waldo." My favorite part was when I saw him walking and I non-chalantly walked up to him and then gave him a nice passionate kiss. It totally grossed people out. Pure comedy.

Monday, December 04, 2006

I looka lika man....or my brother Jason

For FHE, we played "Where's Waldo" in the mall. Four people are placed throughout the mall and wander around. They can be in disguise or not. The rest of the group walks around and tries to find them and get their initials on a card. Trevor and I were "Waldos." Thanks Leah for make up advice. Thanks Trevor for your clothes.

We went to the Parade!


These things are SO cool in person! I was most excited about Snoopy!

Now for Christmas stuff.

Santa! I know him! I know him!

After the parade, Trevor and I saw the sights.

Just for Leah

This is a life sized stuffed animal of a wooly mammoth in F.A.O Shwartz. I wanted to buy it for you, Leah, but it was $12,000. Sorry.


The magic of Christmas

Although spending a day hand in hand, strolling the streets of Manhattan with the one you love is magical enough, it got even more magical as we entered Rockefeller center. The tree, although it wasn't lit yet, was amazing and HUGE! There's a whole skating rink in between the tree and me. It was fun to watch the skaters. And the giant snowflakes on the building topped it all off.