Eric

  • Revenge is supposed to be sweet…

    By / October 15, 2009

    So why do I not feel pleasure? I guess because there’s no way revenge can ever feel satisfying, when the object (or would he be the subject? I suppose subject is more appropriate) of that vengeance is a 19-month-old child. Particularly when it’s your own child. Revenge taken against some anonymous airline or bus passenger… Read more

  • I want to ride my…

    By / October 13, 2009

    Bicycle, of course! It’s that wonderful time of year: school has started, autumn is (in most places) starting to cool things off, it’s past the equinox, but we haven’t yet fallen back from daylight saving time to standard time. In other words, the weather and the length of the day are just about perfect for… Read more

  • Half birthday

    By / September 11, 2009

    While most of the country is busy memorializing the events of eight long years ago, our family will be quietly celebrating a different milestone. 18 months ago today, our son was born. Happy half birthday, Eric! Related Images:

  • Dog days=bug days

    By / August 11, 2009

    This evening, in a not-unsuccessful attempt to improve the mood of our little ‘un, I headed to the front lawn to “enjoy” the scorching heat of 6:30 p.m. in the southy-south. Eric had a grand old time running around on the grass, picking cocoplums off the branches, and generally getting sweaty and pink. After a… Read more

  • Is there a woodpecker in the house?

    By / July 2, 2009

    Went to the beach last weekend, and got a few cute pictures: When I get some more time, I’ll post more beach stuff… Related Images:

  • Garage days

    By / May 31, 2009

    This morning’s stroll was a complicated affair. A flat tire on the main buggy meant the first part of the ride had to be in the backup wheels, while Dad went into the shop to fix the flat. You learn a lot of things in the shop: how things work, what a “jack” is, what… Read more

  • Monday afternoon at Yamato Scrub

    By / May 26, 2009

    We were pretty tired after our early morning walk on Monday. By early morning, I mean e-a-r-l-y m-o-r-n-i-n-g. We saw Venus blazing away low in the east, with Jupiter higher away in the southeast. We saw a couple of bats (I wonder what kind they could be? Have to check out our Marks & Marks… Read more

  • A trip to Gumbo Limbo

    By / May 25, 2009

    The most exciting thing about Sunday’s trip to Gumbo Limbo Nature Center (other than giving Eric his first excursion in his new backpack) was the tree snail in the parking spot next to ours: Related Images:

  • Sunday Stroll – thunder, no rain

    By / May 24, 2009

    After yesterday’s debacle, I decided not to bother checking the radar. It was clear out, so we went for our stroll. And a good time was had by all. The white-winged dove presided over Phase 1 of Operation Walk in the Park, just long enough for me to get a picture, even without my zoom… Read more

  • Saturday Stroll-with rain

    By / May 23, 2009

    This morning’s stroll, according to the radar, should have been safe. It had been raining off and on all night, but the radar images clearly showed that the rain bands that had been coming on shore all morning were petering out, and the last ones had already moved through our area. Heh. So much for… Read more

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