Here are some images taken over the past couple days.
(Captions, if any, below each image. Click on thumbnail to enlarge.)
These fellas moved in next door to us. But I don’t think they’re staying.
We made vegan (meatless) lasagna on Thursday night. While it might not look pretty, this was some of the best lasagna I have ever had. We simply devoured it. I wish I could marry it and make out with it in between bites. Holy crap, yummy.
Mama B’s on Graham avenue. We stopped here before our shopping adventure on Christmas Eve and had some coffee.
And Toby took a shot of the celery.
Here we are on Christmas day at Rock Center Cafe. We had a late lunch/early dinner with the family and then continued on to see the tree and make an attempt at seeing a movie. Everything but Blade was sold out.
Here is the ice skating rink at Rockafeller Center. We did not skate. The line was about 3 miles long. Or maybe that was just the folks lining up for Dick Clark’s New Year’s Bash.
This is my mother, the eskimo.
Here is a drummer person.
And the guy who sells cotton candy.
And here are some NY style soft pretzels. Yum. Pretzels. (When I lived in DC, I used to eat this everyday for lunch. Healthy.)
Yellow cab. I have no clue why I took this. And even less of a clue as to why I put it up here.
Here is a picture of someone hailing a cab. They probably got the last ticket to The Incredibles.
This is a blurry shot of the inside of NBC studios. Or some studio. I wasn’t really paying attention.
And here are the fatties. They are back. This was taken this morning.
A shot out back taken this morning. Those are my pajama pants. How much if I put them on right now? They are frozen solid.
This was a gift I received from an online person. It was really quite thoughtful. You can’t really see these to read them because I really don’t have any idea how to use my camera (yet), but you’ll get the general idea.
“For strength through idle times.”
“For wisdom through helpless times.”
Bush survival bible.
“For sweetness through bitter times.”
“For relief through troublesome times.”
GW Bush toilet paper.
“For inspiration through dull times.”
Overall, we had a great holiday. I ate too many cookies. (Which I have been trying to avoid.) We spent too much money. (But it was worth it in the end.) Toby got me a kick ass new color printer and some soap. My folks got me some soap as well. I have soap which should last me for two years or more. I got a wonderful new sweater and some socks and a hat. Toby got me a most amazing flour sifter and a new old-fashioned popcorn maker. I love the holidays. Now, it’s time to get depressed and look towards months worth of cold weather without all the blinky lights and candle-lit windows.