I’ve always loved being around little kids. For many, many reasons. Little children are like fresh air in a tightly packed space.
This brings me to the subject of my beautiful nieces and nephew. I look forward to each and every time I see them.
This picture is blurry, but I couldn’t resist the joy on Adeline’s face as she models my mom’s vintage band hat.
We always have so much fun.
But the really special events are the overnights.
Because they understand my obsession with pajamas.
Uncle Cale doesn’t. He ruins the picture.
Little kids…they’re so darn cute.
And yes, of course, my 4-year-old nephew is gleefully holding my brother’s machete. What else would it be? He told me he’s gonna protect me from the pirates with it. What would we do without him?
Until next time,
When Sunday night comes around, you won’t be catching us watching NFL football.
Last summer Colleen was surfing through our many channels (yeah, 7, actually) on a Sunday night, when she came across a murder mystery aired on PBS. I came in to watch later on, and after that one episode, we were hooked. Every Sunday the summer series of PBS’ Masterpiece murder Mysteries were something we looked forward to with much anticipation. We get all dressed up for it too.
I’d show you a picture of me in my pajamas, but I don’t think we have any pictures documenting my sleepwear. Probably because noone in the house wants to see any more of them than they have to. I’m kind of a pajama addict.
But anyway, we hop onto the couch into our claimed seats and get comfy for the next hour an a half. This summer we didn’t catch many of the shows because a lot of them were re-runs, which is no fun if the mysteries already been solved for you. But of course now that Colleen is gone, they’ve started showing new episodes. Last week I watched Masterpiece Mystery by myself for the first time, and found that it was just not as fun. I didn’t have anyone to argue you with about how the lady in the theme song IS picking her nose, because what else could she be doing ? Colleen, you know I’m right about that. James did watch a bit with me, but all he would ever say was “The butler did it.” Through all the Masterpiece mysteries, there has never been a murderer who worked as the butler.
But, hey, at least I get Colleen’s spot on the couch now!
Too bad tonight’s mystery is a re-run.