…… in pictures.
This is kind of like showing your vacation slides to guests back in the 60’s – 70’s …… I think. Only you’re not being held captive in my living room. You can close this window any time you want.
I walked into my bedroom to find Jack, appearing very comfy in a stack of gift boxes.
I’m sure he was trying to make a point. I’m just not sure what it was.
Oliver was napping on my bed, pretty much out cold, and Daughter #2 decided to either make an art project with him, or bug the hell out of him. I’m leaning towards the latter.
She kept adding articles on top of, and around, him. Just trying to see how much he’d take before getting ticked. Evidently he took a lot.
Daughter #1 worked at Lush for the holidays. This company is so green (in a good way) that they use packing material that looks like styrofoam, but it dissolves into a watery foam when you add water to it. Which we proved.
We thought it was pretty cool.
Son #1 and Oliver napped together. You can’t really see this clearly, but Oliver’s face is snuggled up against Son #1. He prefers to sleep like that.
And so does Oliver.
Tonight Son #1 and I met up with my wonderful friend Beth and her lovely family at Rockefeller Center.
We went to the top.
You’re welcome. 🙂
(These were taken at almost the top)
These were taken at the very top.
This one’s a bit blurry but Times Square is in the center of this picture. They’re setting up for the ball drop (the long vertical line of lights).
OK, that’s it. If you’re still here then you’re a trooper.
Is Jack the incredible non-flying cat? He is beautiful, as is Oliver.
Yep, that’s the guy, Cheryl. He’s a cat miracle! 🙂
Janine, thanks again for the pictorial tour of your life and of your beautiful new city! I love seeing the “view” through your camera! Wishing you an early gentle and kind (with a little excitement thrown in) 2014! Jo Ann