Archive for March, 2008

Avenue U

Originally uploaded by Kibbles

I always has sort of my own take on this picture, taken in Brooklyn when I took my kids to the park.

The center of attention is the teen boys. I’m out of the picture, the viewer is out of the picture, as they’ve past that center of the universe stage of their life.

Behind the teens, are little boys, who before long (probably by now, this is an old photo) will be the center of attention, too.

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I just want to see you
When youre all alone
I just want to catch you if I can
I just want to be there
When the morning light explodes
On your face it radiates
I cant escape
I love you till the end

I just want to tell you nothing
You dont want to hear
All I want is for you to say
Why dont you just take me
Where Ive never been before
I know you want to hear me
Catch my breath
I love you till the end

I just want to be there
When were caught in the rain
I just want to see you laugh not cry
I just want to feel you
When the night puts on its cloak
Im lost for words dont tell me
All I can say
I love you till the end

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Trying this out, to see if I can publish the same post to more than one blog at a time. I hope so!

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Originally uploaded by Kibbles

We just bought Teddy a new scooter, here in Iowa. This was taken in Brooklyn, years ago. He’s not using it much here, and I am not sure of the date this photo was taken. That’s kind of important because there was a date where he was a bit more on track, developmentally, and then it went away. He was always a little different, though.

I need to show this to his physical therapist, if she has no luck getting him on a scooter. To show that he did have the skills, and he may have other reasons for not using it now.

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I fixed my Flickr feed on this site, and also added a del.icio.us feed, so you can see all the silly and weird bookmarks I save.

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Testing something

Onion’s “blog this” button. Very sad little piece, by the way.

Daddy Put In Bye-Bye Box

The Onion

Daddy Put In Bye-Bye Box

ITHACA, NY—”I’m going to be the big boy of the house until he gets back,” said 5-year-old Ryan Lewis, whose daddy now resides in a cool underground fort.

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