Archive for the ‘Family’ category

Fish Face

January 8, 2009

I had nothing going on this day — absolutely nothing — so I had Noah (who was more than a willing participant) make a fishy face for your viewing pleasure:

Fish Face

Scared Turtle

January 8, 2009

Getting back into the habit of lugging my camera with me everywhere and then uploading the pictures to my computer daily is taking a bit more time than I originally thought.  Anyway, here is one of Noah’s turtles — Mr. Brown — who he insisted on taking out of his tank this day and racing against one of his walking dinosaurs.

Scared Turtle

Starting Over

January 1, 2009

If my blog was a child, then someone would’ve called CPS ages ago, I would’ve had my blog confiscated, put into protective custody and I would be locked up right now.  Thankfully, it’s just a little old website so I can neglect it as much as I like.  I haven’t really been slacking though — I’ve been taking pictures every day, but somewhere around November it just became a gigantic hassle to download pictures, upload them onto flickr and then write about them.  That said, what better time to start over than with the start of a new year?  And so, along with a bunch of other resolutions, I’m starting up my 365 blog again.  And speaking of resolutions, if you like photography but don’t subscribe to Photojojo (in which case I would say to you, “Well, what are you waiting for?!!”), in their latest newsletter they challenge everyone to choose a photography resolution for the new year and they even provide an awesome list of suggestions to get the ball rolling.  It’s good inspiration for anyone who needs it and you can find their list here.

Anyway, with that said, here are my pictures from today.  Noah — totally wiped — after an apparently tiring day of going to the movie theater:
Wiped

And his little foot — which for some reason I’m still totally enthralled by:
Baby Foot

Happy New Year everybody!

Playing Catch Up…One More Time

November 10, 2008

November 10, 2008 — Playdate

Playdate

Noah shows off his room to friends Olivia and Claire.

November 9, 2008 — Street Sign

Street Sign

Our Sunday sightseeing location: Stanley.

November 8, 2008 — Fishing Don’ts

Fishing Don'ts

A picture of prohibited fishing methods in Sai Kung. Who doesn’t love drawings of exploding fish?

November 7, 2008 — Skyline

Skyline

The Hong Kong skyline from Elements mall on the Kowloon side.

November 6, 2008 — Sea at Dawn

Sea at Dawn

When you are up at dawn, you might as well take pictures of the sky.

November 5, 2008 — Dragons

Dragons

Dragons in a street stall at the Graham/Peel Street market.

November 4, 2008 — Election Day Photo

Me and Noah on Election Day

Me and Noah wearing our ‘Obama Rocks’ shirts (which you can’t really see) on election day. GObama!

Playing Catch Up…Again

November 4, 2008

Another multiple picture post. Brought to you by jet lag. And procrastination.

October 27, 2008 — Roar!
Roar!

October 28, 2008 — Old Friends
Old Friends

Me with Armil and Barbara, two of my friends from high school.

October 29, 2008 — Misty Morning
Misty Morning

One of the things I miss about living in the Bay Area — cool, crisp, foggy autumn mornings.

October 31, 2008 — Canceled Flight

Canceled Flight

Noah, being a trooper and keeping busy in Taipei, while I try to sort out how to get home after our connecting flight is canceled.

November 1, 2008 — Resemblance

Resemblance

Where Noah gets his good looks from.

November 2, 2008 — Light Chaser

Light Chaser

Apparently, the butt-crack of dawn is the ideal time to get up and play with your light chaser.

November 3, 2008 — Our Apartment

Our Apartment

What our apartment building looks like.

To Infinity …And Beyond!

October 25, 2008

To Infinity...And Beyond!

Noah does his best Buzz Lightyear at the city’s Halloween Carnival.

A Rough Day Bookended By Sweetness

October 24, 2008

Gardenias

Noah started out this morning all sweetness and light, bringing me three gardenias — my favorite flower — he’d picked on a morning walk with his Lolo. This was followed by roughly seven hours of what I can only generously describe as “snot-nosed brattiness”. Fortunately the day ended with me getting my sweet, goofy boy back. Here he is taking his new inline skates out for a test drive:

Roller Boy