Saturday, January 17, 2015

From last Christmas, Comes the Stuffie Apocalypse

For Christmas, my mom and dad bought my brother and I, a whole bunch of stuffies to "play" with. Here's a picture of them all happy and cuddly. Heh, heh, heh...

Okay Sam, here you go. Play nice with the little bunny.

Sam, are you going to play with it or use it as a pillow?

Okay Owen, nicely...

Okay dad, no worries. I'm just "gumming" on the little fella.

Owen! I think that you're chewing on its head.

Oh my gosh! You guys wiped all the stuffies out in half an hour???

Our work is done dad. We saved you and mom from the stuffie apocalypse. 
Ah, wake us for dinner, okay?

Tuesday, January 13, 2015

The Lights of Christmas Past

It's been pretty dark during my morning walks and depending upon how late I'm out in the evenings, it can turn dark quickly. So my peeps have put little lights on the back of my wheelchair so that people and cars can see me.

There's a white flashing light on my left side and a flashing red one on my right. 
I feel safer with them on. When they're flashing, they kind of look like Christmas lights and people smile. And that's a good thing.

Thursday, January 1, 2015

New Year's Eve Walk with Mom

My mom took me down to Westminster Quay, one of my favorite areas for a walk along the waterfront. It was pretty cold - perhaps 36 F. degrees outside with a slight wind.

Palm trees are still okay. Come on back Mitch and Molly's mom.

Red branches and white berries.

A bit cool for sun bathing though...maybe you'd better wait

On the Boardwalk...

No fishes here

No ducks either. Just rocks.

Sun setting. Another day on the west coast is almost done.

Can you see the icicles hanging off the dock?

Beam me up Scotty!!!

Writing on the Board Walk.

Nice plaque but where are the treats? Hmmm...someone peed here.

Decorative grass at sunset.

I can drive this! Maybe I could hook my wagon up to this and pull the other kids around.

Nice scene.

It's time to head back home Sam, dinner time. Hang on mom, I can see water through the boards. Maybe we could catch a fish or two...

Happy New Year everyone.