Curious George

Being that both of our boys dig Curious Bunder (Bunder means ‘monkey’ in Hindi they never really called him “George” until just recently), we had to take them to see the show live at the Target Center. We went to the 4:30p.m. show on Sunday. The show has a ‘chef’ theme, so our little Chef Tiger was especially excited! We parked in lot C, away from the crowd and took our time ambling over to the show via sky way. Upon entry, each child was given a chef hat with their ticket. We had excellent seats as I was able to take advantage of the pre-sale tickets.The layout of the main floor was much smaller than imagined, so you didn’t need to be “that close” to get a fantastic view. The boys each picked out a souvenir, and we indulged in popcorn. Despite it being a bit LOUD during the second act, overall it was a great show and a fun experience! There were LOTS of jazz hands in this production…so of course, Mommy was thrilled too! Thanks, Curious George Live!

Auntie D

Everyone has that certain friend– the friend who remembers EVERY significant date. The friend who ALWAYS sends a beautiful card for your birthday or to say they are thinking of you. The friend that though miles separate you, and changes in your life happen…you know when it comes down to it, you remain close… This is Diana. She is a bright light in so many peoples lives! Over the years, I’ve begun to slack in sending out notes/cards/pics/gifts…part of it is just rearing two boys…but never, ever have I not appreciated Diana for setting the model of how we should all be. A little more thoughtful. Of course, in Diana style, she ALWAYS manages to go over the top! For example, she didn’t just send my boys a card, she sent them a big package filled with books and a gift certificate for ice cream. We didn’t even realize that something was at our front door until we decided to finally clean up the cob-webs from the front door. WHAT A THRILL it was for the boys to discover something there– and the thrill only grew when they found out it was for them. THANK YOU, Auntie D…for making the boys feel the love you so packed the package with. Thank you for thinking of them, for making them feel special…and for letting them know that there are people that care for them. So to you…a little video we made this morning… Catch those kisses! xo