Tuesday, October 31, 2006

Happy Hallowen!

Here are some choice shots of my little gremlin as a punk rock girl. Check out the Faux Hawk!

And them Sesame Street shoes is vintage brotha' how about that? Her Mommy wore them back in the day. They even have Little Bird on them (I think he's dead now, no one has seen him in about fifteen years).



Thursday, October 12, 2006

Happy Birthday

I can't believe my little baby girl is one year old today. To think last year at this time I was holding her in my arms for the very fist time. Thinking back I think I was wearing the same orange fleece that I wore all day today, weird. There's nothing else like her in this whole world. I love her and her Mommy so very much. I'm the luckiest guy ever.


Sunday, October 08, 2006

Mmmmmmm Braaaaiiiinnnnsss

Last Week we went to Evansville Indiana for Morgan's Grandmother's 80th birthday. While we were there I feasted on a brain sandwich. That's right a sandwich that was 100% fried pig's brain's.

Now why on earth would any sane person want to scarf down a sandwich consisting of a hamburger bun, 6 bread and butter pickle slices and a humongous swine brain? Well (a) I'm not sane, anyone who knows me could tell you that, and secondly it all started with a T.V. show.

Morgan and I were watching Alton Brown's show this summer 'Feasting On Asphalt' on the Food Network. In the show Alton Drives all over the country on a motorcycle looking for the best "road food" places.

In the second episode he went to the Hill Top Inn in Evansville for the soul purpose of dining on a Brain Sandwich. After watching the show, I knew I had to have one, even though he didn't seem to enjoy it all that much. I just wanted to eat one just so that I could say that I ate brains.

The thing was monstrous. It didn't even fit on the little Wonder Bread bun that it was served on. It didn't taste awful or anything. In fact it kinda tasted like chicken liver, and I love chicken liver. It was very rich though so it was a little hard to scarf down. Ella didn't like it. That's right I fed some to Ella, now when she's a teenager and she does something that ticks me off I can tell her I fed her brains as a baby. She spit it out though. Morgan and her sister kept fighting back gags and just kept shaking their heads.

Would I eat another one? Sure like I said it wasn't bad. Plus the way I look at it, when the Zombies start walking the earth, I'm in the clear because they'll be able to sense that I have eaten brains and will think that I'm one of their own.



Fun In The Midwest

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Also, while we were visiting the Hoosier state, we were able to have a little family birthday party for my sweet little girl. She'll be 1 year old on the 12 (sniff sniff). Here she is opening a kitty cat quilt that grandma made for her.

It was a very nice family get together Morgan's parents, and grandparents were there along with her sister aunt Katy.

One day while Morgan was out shopping Ella and I went to downtown Evansville and had some ice cream. She really liked that and was the hit of the parlor. There were two little 3 year old twin girls that were just fascinated with her. That's my girl, she's a superstar.

When we left the shop I was pushing her along in her stroller and when we turned a corner we ran smack dab into the middle of a press conference with all the local news stations covering it. That's the kinda thing that would only happen to me, I can't even take a vacation with out just stumbling upon news.