Claire is stahhhting to smile..
Claire was a pumpkin for Halloween..
Wicked adorable. I love this girl sooo much.
Halloween is a holiday for gays and women. Dressing up is in their wheel house.
Now I enjoy the holiday for the rad decorations and ghosts.
I realized that as I get older and become this thing they call an "adult" I become a little more jaded to things. Like I got some Trick or Treat rules. If you teenagers are going to roam the streets for candy, I think that is great, But please rock a costume. If you aint in costume, you are just some kid coming to my door asking for candy - which is wicked weird. But if you are rocking a costume, I understand you are celebrating All Hallows Eve and thus deserve-ed of the processed sugar treats.
Otha than that, its rad seeing all these little kids dressed up rocking costumes and having a wicked good time.
Ohhh one more thing - the kids who threw their trash and candy wrappers in our front yard, on our sidewalks and streets - tell your parents that they are jerks.
For all my friends back home in Boston. Here is the parade map
And for all the gamers out there... A list of the 22 games that will be released with the PS4. http://games.yahoo.com/blogs/plugged-in/playstation-4-launch-lineup-revealed-190227025.html
Dooood have you seen the commercial for the new Call of Duty game COD Ghosts. Looks wicked sick. I'm not a gamer but when I do play ps3 I play Call of Duty. My fav was Modern Warfare. That game ruined me. haha.
I am still reeling in awesomeness in the Red Sox winning the World Series. My daughter rocked her Red Sox Love onesie yesterday in celebration (before she wore her Halloween outfit). But I always thought that baseball was the sport best for bonding parents and kids. Apparently the numbers say differently...
This is saying kids are watching everything but. Wicked bummahhh
I feel baseball is the perfect sport for parents to bond with their children. The pace is not as hyped as football or basketball or hockey which is better... But I guess not for all the ADHD kids nowadays. I think its better because you can sit and explain the sport to your child, take the time to talk with them and enjoy their company without missing any of the game. And in person at the ball park is the perfect atmosphere of ambiance and environment. I feel its a little more toned down than the football games I've been to. Maybe it's because I'm a Sox fan. We have a storied history. We have Fenway. We live for this. And we pass it on generation to generation. I guess it would be different in another city.
This guy covers Boston sports CORRECT - http://www.massholesports.com/
Scroll down to check out the remnients from the celebration and the car windshield.
Check the photos out from my beloved city and it's WS celebration http://bdcwire.com/want-to-be-cool-at-bars-this-weekend-scream-red-sox/?p1=Well_RadioBDC_Links
OUTTACONTROL... but I like it... but the adult in me says its wrong. but the Sox fan in me says WICKED AWESOME!