Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Hi, I'm Chocolate...

...and this is my pool. Don't you think I look like I belong here? Fanks, I agree. I swim in this pool every day for about three hours a day. Dora the doll likes to join me for a swim, but sometimes she gets caught in the filter, and doesn't really like it. I like to give my pool lots of love.

Saturday, July 19, 2008

Uncle Stefan

I've been playing hard to get with Uncle Stefan for a long time now, ever since I was about one and a half. One of my first memories with him was looking through the drawers at Brammy's house and Uncle Stefan yelled at me and told me it was none of my business. Well I have been huffy with him ever since. He's not my boss. Ever since that event he always brings me lots of candy because he wants to be friends. I am still very wary of him. I think this past week we made a connection, but the verdict is still out. I really like his wife Auntie Dimps though, so it moves him up a notch. She got me this groovy suit. Thanks Auntie Dimps and Uncle Stefan

Saturday, July 12, 2008

Living the Rural Life

For the month of July I have spent my days living in a house with a very large backyard. I have so much space to roam in, that sometimes I get lost. I like to drive my Flinstones car around with Brammy or Bramps and visit the moose, who lives in these bushes behind me, and go riding over the hills, and around the pool. I am very amenable to large backyards now and I think I might like to have one of my own someday. The best part is that it is always ten degrees cooler here than in Manhattan and I haven't missed the humidity one bit.

Wednesday, July 09, 2008

Parking it- Internationally

I could show you a lot of great pictures from around Budapest, but let's be real. The park was by far my favorite destination and not just because of the slides and swings, but because I got bullied by little Hungarian girls. How many American kids can brag about that? The slide was fun- notice the beautiful fountain behind? Below is me and my sis, she really enjoyed the international park scene too. Below that is a shot of me on my FAVORITE toy, and they have one here, half way around the world. I didn't feel homesick at all once I saw this piece of joy. Last but not least, me in the sandbox contemplating living in a foreign city. I think I could handle it...gracefully.

Tuesday, July 08, 2008

Dead Fish

I am fascinated by sea creatures at the store and the restaurants and Uncle Andy is sure to show them to me. In this case there are a lot of lobsters and other shellfish and fish, but you can't really see them. I still don't understand the concept of death, so I don't cry when I see the fishies like this, I am just in awe. Poor mom, she'll have to explain it to me someday.