A legal brief submitted somewhat tongue-in-cheek by a harried junior paralegal in response to a Partner’s request to research local Manhattan sushi restaurants. This brief has been making the rounds of legal firms all over town and today ended up on the front page of the NY Times.
Tyler informed us today that he was ready to write his name and he proudly produced this sample for the website.
Yep, Halloween’s just around the corner and the kids are already comparing their costumes. One of the kids on the block planted the idea that the best costume is one which can hold the most candy. Previously popular categories such as Superheroes & Villains went out the window. For some reason no one liked my suggestion of a large Shop-Rite bag and they haven’t figured out a kangaroo yet.
Tyler’s going to be a Raccoon because, “they wash their hands and can run fast through the night.” Julia’s going to be a flying unicorn but she didn’t have anything to do with the decision. eBay came to our rescue and we quickly found what we needed.
For a lighter side look at the decision of what to be for Halloween, take a look at retroCRUSH: the world’s finest pop culture and Leo Sayer website, hilarious.
Tyler’s beginning to get a sense of fashion. The other day he wanted to dress himself and came down the stairs with a pair of baggy pants that were too long for his legs. I offered to tuck them up for him but he insisted that I leave it alone.