No, I'm not talking about casting your line and reeling it back in.
I'm talking about these two guys:
When Andrew was little and we noticed he would be a musical prodigy, Pops and Caro introduced us to this unique duo that sings mostly family friendly, silly music. We love them!
Recently, they treated Andrew, Clark, and me to a concert at the Dallas Children's Theater. The theater is so small and intimate, it almost felt like a personal concert. Not only was it fun to listen to Keith and Ezra, but it was so enjoyable watching all the kids getting into the music and dancing.
Do you ever feel like you just can't measure up to everyone else out there in blogland - like they have such beautiful, perfect lives?
Oh, the kitchen. My downfall. I can't ever keep my table clean. Ever. Of course a sink full of dirty dishes is the norm around here, too. And you can't see the dirty pot on the stove from dinner, a few nights ago! However, there is a pretty vase of pink roses in beautiful bloom that my son picked out for me at the grocery store on Monday.
Oh wait, scratch that. We weren't doing Good, were we?
Anways, go feel better about yourselves now!
A while ago, we took the kids and met up with Grammy, Tommy, Brent, and Audrey for a Dragon Boat, Lantern, and Kite Festival. It was a lot of fun! There were tons of teams racing dragon boats back and forth, and I unfortunately didn't get any good pictures of those. There were lots of booths set up with food and crafts, and of course kites. It was a really fun day.
I found this at the grocery store, and YUM! It's a little much as cereal, but I put it with yogurt and fresh fruit in a pretty glass for a parfait. So good! (Heather, it's a lot like your recipe, but it clumps so it has chunks).
We've become obsessed with listening to this and this lately.
Clark and I would highly recommend watching the movie "Once" - its really good.
Who could resist these faces:
For Clark's birthday, I bought him tickets to see Flight of the Conchords. If you click on their name, it will link you to one of my favorite songs of theirs. :) (Not for young ears.)
Flight of the Conchords is two guys from New Zealand who write goofy songs and say goofy things. I think they have a show on HBO, too. Anyways, they are hilarious!
Our really good friends bought tickets also, so we had dinner with them and rode together to share the cost of parking. :)
I don't know if y'all still care, but I couldn't leave this post out since I promised weeks ago when I got back on the bloggy kick.
So, to sum up: a crazy vacation with great memories. Corinne and Andrew still talk it about and both of them sleep with their whale stuffed animals we bought. I definitely don't regret this trip. :)