Friday, March 30, 2007
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Monday, March 26, 2007
Friday, March 16, 2007
I have wanted to show off this picture that my grandmother gave me of my mom. This picture is dated September of 1956, which would have put her in the five/six-month-old range:
Stay tuned for more uploads like these. I have tons where this one came from. Until then, here is something to hold you over. Daddy at, I'm guessing, three or four?
Posted by Double A's Mom at 3/16/2007 03:47:00 PM
Tuesday, March 6, 2007
It is also interesting to note that Aaron looks like he's trying to do the sign for "water" right before he does the sign for "thank you." I've never taught him that one. He may have picked it up at the CDC or something.
Posted by Double A's Mom at 3/06/2007 04:58:00 PM
Posted by Double A's Mom at 3/06/2007 04:37:00 PM
Monday, March 5, 2007
We started out heading west on Mulholland Drive (having recognized it because I thought it sounded familiar as the name of a movie?). This was a scenic drive through the Santa Monica Mountains and we stopped at a very nice park to take some pictures:
The views from this park were awesome; it looked like you could see the entire city. Did you spot the Hollywood sign behind Aaron in the first picture?
We then turned south onto Coldwater Canyon Blvd and ended up driving through Beverly Hills. No pictures here but just know that those houses did not disappoint. They were awesome!!
From here we reached Sunset Boulevard and headed back east. We didn't stop anywhere but just drove around to get a feel as to where things were at. Here are a couple lame shots through the back window of our car of cool places on Sunset:
The Laugh Factory
Posted by Double A's Mom at 3/05/2007 04:26:00 PM
Posted by Double A's Mom at 3/05/2007 10:52:00 AM
Thursday, March 1, 2007
2. Turk's transplant utters. That one's gonna give me nightmares.
3. Janitor's flatline device. So wrong.
4. The Todd's four-story atomic wedgie. Still makes me hurt and I've seen that episode about 40 million times.
5. The lame Friends-like montage of old clips that made up about 95% of the episode, yet NBC still passed it off as "new." Whatever! It would have been funny except my Tivo records six reruns of Scrubs a day on three different networks, so I saw all those clips, like, last week!
Posted by Double A's Mom at 3/01/2007 08:09:00 PM