Saturday, January 26, 2008

weekends in the city

Filed under: Uncategorized — Tags: , , , , , , , — 2two2 @ 8:26 am

friday – home with jack – beginnings of a cold – cough, runny nose, cranky; friday night – rush to newbury street to see elyse one last time before she leaves for south carolina ūüė¶ the back of my head is now shaved – yay! the woman who gives me my edge is leaving. jack and dad watched thomas – and i was told that there were lots of ‘scary’ parts. the rescuers should be arriving in today’s netflix delivery (along with stardust!).

saturday begins at 4am – jack wakes up with a full sentence – “did you put golden compass back on your phone?” – and a fever to accompany his cough and runny nose. we are back up at 645 and downstairs watching peep by 7am – parents incredibly groggy-eyed and desperate for¬†cups of¬†tea – jack thrilled to think about phases of the moon along with joan cusack and quack, peep, and chirp. chirp is a sarcastic and questioning robin – i¬†identify.¬†still hoping to get to the ica…



  1. Stardust was a good one Thomas isnt scary is it?

    Comment by cheryl — Monday, February 4, 2008 @ 7:20 pm

  2. For Jack, a movie is not worth watching if it doesn’t have a few ‘scary’ parts. He categorizes most movies as scary and when I protest he highlights the scary parts and provides an argument for how and why one could view those parts as scary. It has to do with the allure of movies for adults – too scary for kids.

    Comment by 2two2 — Tuesday, February 5, 2008 @ 5:43 am

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