Susan Mangigian was right: Play dough and microwave should "never, ever, ever be used in the same sentence" (LOL). I've been joking in Twitter about this and I must say when it comes to ironic humor Ruthmarie Hicks has got me and my little people down pat. She has come up with a brilliant blog post idea and I can't wait to present it. Now if I can only stop laughing long enough to write it. ;-)
I am going to dedicate this post to my girlfriend Poppy Dinsey who has been a bit quiet in Active Rain lately. It appears that the electronic cat has her virtual tongue and we American followers may have to make some virtual noise across the Big Pond to get our London Love back in action over here in Club Chaos (LOL). If you haven't been keeping up, you can read all about it in AgentGenius here. Do stop by and leave a positive comment for my gal pal. I thank you in advance for your kindness towards someone I love. :-)
BTW, I've been getting some very interesting e-mail and DMs about my Twitter wisecracking on my Autistic and PDD-NOS children, so I figured I'd chat about it over here. The cool thing about having unique little minions is that they both keep me on my blogging toes. I've lots to chat about on and off topic, so when I am bored, all I have to do is wait for their imagination to kick in and another day of chaos and laughter begins. If you haven't met them yet, all I will say for now is that my self-directed kids are adept at tilting adult brains. Since today's post is about Christmas Lights, I shall explain the exploding play dough saga another day. I may even make a little film to go with it (LOL).
Suffice it to say that in a desperate attempt to keep Stephen, the Blur Minion away from the electronics and Noah the Notable out of my kitchen, we will be going on systematic eye candy hunts to bring my readers New York City Christmas Lights. Here's a little eye candy from our last buggy ride in Midtown Manhattan, courtesy of the Minion Blur. BTW, my 2.7 year old insisted on the Grand Central Terminal shot. You'd think he'd pick the one with the Christmas lights in it but nooooooooo... It had to be this one (LOL). When little man uses language, I aim to please (and we all know how the last "that one" request turned out - ROTFL).
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