Sunday, May 23, 2010

Mega Pixeless

Sorry that I haven't posted in a while but Mom & Dad left for New York City on the 14th which means I've been holed up with various grandparents ever since. That alone doesn't necessarily preclude me from posting but unlike nights with M&D, my Gs&Gs actually play with me rather than just leave me to my own devices. Now that I'm back with M&D, I have some down time so it will be back to my regular schedule of posting at irregular intervals.

I'll apologize in advance for not having any pictures of my time with Gs&Gs but M&D took the camera with them to NYC. Don't worry, you won't be bored to death with pictures of their trip.... because Dad lost the camera en route from KC to NYC. Nice work Dad!

M&D went to NYC because Paper Mill Designs had a booth at the National Stationary Show with several other members of the Ladies of Letterpress. If you're interested in seeing pics from people who did NOT lose their cameras, check here or here.

Before I get too far into this, I wanted to show a few awesome pics from before my hiatus.

First, this is just a pic to show that my sweet Patagonia vest from my last post is not only extreme but also reversible. Jealous much?

This pic is from Mother's Day. We met G&G Davenport over at Aunt Darty & Uncle Dave's to celebrate. I had my first experience with pork chops (good), GmaD's cheesy hash brown bake (great) and a Skinny Cow Mint ice cream sandwich (greaterest!)

Okay, now on to more recent items. M&D came to pick me up from G&G Herbert's on Saturday (a day late, thank you Southwest Airlines.) After getting back home, Dad decided I was looking picture worthy but with the good camera lost and the old camera's battery dead, he was forced to use his cell phone camera. Oh, this just won't do.

After charging the old camera, Dad brought it with us to breakfast on Sunday morning where we met AD, UD, G&G D at Le Peep. These pics are better but then again, it'd be hard to be worse.

GmaD was nice enough to share her corned beef hash (whatever that is) with me and I'll be honest, it was pretty good (kind of made my syrup-less pancake pale in comparison.)

Also, notice how I'm wearing my Adidas Tennis Skirt on the same day that the French Open began? Coincidence? Actually, yes, but a happy one all the same. French people are smelly (probably) but the FO has a special place for me because it was the first Grand Slam I ever experienced. I remember it like it was yesterday (mostly because I just re-read some of my old posts!) GO ANDY RODDICK!

Remember, you can't take it with you, but you can lick it so no one else can take it when you're gone.

Until Later,

1 comment:

  1. I love reading your posts, Avery! David and Margot want to meet you soon. Maybe breakfast one weekend?


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