Saturday, December 15, 2007

Christmas card shooting outtakes

The girls are having a great time. . .

even the boys can join in the fun when treats are involved!

Can we go back outside?

Almost done. . .

Done, definitely done!

Wednesday, December 12, 2007

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Bring some popcorn

beware, mommy likes looooooooooonnnnnnnnnng videos ;-)

Tuesday, October 9, 2007

B.A.A. Half Marathon

Last week I ran the Boston Athletic Association Half Marathon with my friends Akshay (yellow shoes) and Matt (Blue Shirt).

Monday, August 13, 2007

More marathon pics for Drew

Coming out of Newton (Boston College)

Kenmore Square (1 mile to go!)

Crossing the finish line!

A couple more marathon pics for Drew

Sunday, July 29, 2007

Tom's Vaca Pt. II

This is a female, though you'd never know it from the facial hair.

These two were holding hands, and I think one may be annoyed that we interupted their "moment."

Danny's idea...

Find Nemo

White-Cheeked Gibbons rule!

Walking her beaver

The Dormans

Pike's Place

Panoramic of the new Chamber's Bay golf course.

Friday, July 27, 2007

Lauren 2.5 months, Sam 2 years!

Affectionate older brother

Train ride at a local park in Maryland

Love the cheeks

Tuesday, July 24, 2007

Tom's Vaca Pt. 1

The new golf course...pretty sweet view!

Climbing at Marymoor

Thursday, July 12, 2007

"Here's lookin' at you, kid"

Who's THAT cute boy?

A little too much milk for one morning

Do these pants make my bum look big?

Tuesday, July 3, 2007

I just read a very interesting book about money management and financial freedom. It's not about making more money or any sort of "get rich quick" schemes, I promise :-). The focus of the book is on the 60/40 principle - live off 60% of what you earn. The other 40% is broken out into 10% retirement savings, 10% short term savings (rainy day fund - money market type idea), 10% tithing, and 10% philanthropy. It's an easy read and quite enjoyable. The author is quite passionate about the subject and has really taken her philosophy to the extreme in her personal life, but it's created the financial freedom she so desired. Anyway, it's called Money, it's not just for Rich People. Check it out if you're interested, the title links to Amazon or you can borrow my copy if you'd like.

Sunday, May 20, 2007

Boston Marathon and Run of the Charles Canoe Relay

Drew came to Boston for the marathon weekend. First order of business...a little bouldering.
Number-pickup day
Some great pics that Drew took over the weekend.
Weather forecast for the race was 2 inches of rain, 35 degrees, and 20 mph winds into our face. Andrew helped me make a garbage bag suit to stay dry.
Trying on the tailored garbage-bag pants.
Unfortunately, the hat made me look like a clansman.
The rain cleared up, and I was able to ditch the garbage-bag suit. This is about mile 20.
The finish line!
My friends, Emilie and Jess came out to cheer.
This is the start of the Run of the Charles kayak and canoe relay race. Harvard Dental School put together a couple teams.
This is my friend Akshay and me finishing our leg of the race.
Paramount filming a scene for an upcoming movie on the steps of Harvard Medical School.