Nani de dekite iru no?
The Pumpkin Clan went to a very, very old fashioned cafe. It was so old fashioned, it didn't serve coffee!
Outside, there was a play area.
Choose your desired caliber, cut, dry, cut, hammer, and tie.
We offer a wide selection of heights as a service to our customers.
That's OK, I think I'll stick to these for now.
Of course, it was way too hot to stay very long (for the Pumpkin Parents, anyway).
Sunday, August 29, 2010
You know what I said about possibly being a geek? I take it back. I am a geek. I am watching my Big Bang Theory 2nd season DVDs in little detached installments. Today I watched 2 episodes while painting my toenails (bright red, of course!) In one, the geek squad was discussing the care and maintenance of Superman's suit, and how it would be cleaned, and how flying close enough to the sun ought to incinerate anything on it that was not Kryptonian in origin, except wouldn't Superman's sweat be Kryptonian in origin and therefore impervious to the heat of the sun, yadda yadda yadda, and I was thinking how I pretty much had the EXACT SAME CONVERSATION in high school except it was about a Japanese comic (Captain Tsubasa, if you must know).
And I wonder why I had trouble getting dates.
Well, then again, there was that whole "girls' school" thing.
Wednesday, August 25, 2010
You might be a geek if you are watching a "geek squad" scene in "The Big Bang Theory" and you don't find what is going on strange or funny as much as you would really like to join Leonard, Sheldon, Raj and Howard.
The other day, I logged on to Amazon Japan to buy a work-related publication. When I finalized the purchase, however, I had Alison Arngrim's "Confessions of a Prairie Bitch: How I Survived Nellie Oleson and Learned to Love Being Hated" and the 2nd season of "The Big Bang Theory" in my shopping basket.
Surely I am not the only person who does this, am I?
Sunday, August 22, 2010
Boku ni mo yarasete!
It was so hot today, the Pumpkin Daddy started washing the cars with the kids. The Pumpkin Prince wants to do everything his big sister does.
"Hey, that looks like fun! I want to try!"
"Gotta make sure I don't miss any spots on the Pumpkin Prius!"
"Water is so much fun!"
Sunday, August 8, 2010
My darling Pumpkin Prince,
I love you when you toddle to me giggling all the while. I love you when you eat 2 bananas and ask for another. I love you when you stand in front of your high chair and look at me as if to say "is it time for dinner yet?" I love you more than life itself.
And I promise to support any lifestyle choices you may make, as long as they do not harm anyone, including yourself.
But Pumpkin Prince, do we have to start with the whole alternative lifestyle thing so soon?
(No, I didn't choose the outfit, he did. I refused to dress him in the skirt once, but he cried until I did. The hat he found and put on by himself.)