If I had a world of my own, everything would be nonsense. Nothing would be what it is, because everything would be what it isn't. And contrary wise, what is, it wouldn't be. And what it wouldn't be, it would. You see?

Tuesday, April 18, 2006

Dinner at Google

Jenny and I were fortunate enough to be invited to a dinner at Google with Jared! The choices in the cafe/eatery were just overwhelming so I befriend some other Googleites to make suggestions. I ended up with my personal pizza and some random vegatables that looked good. Then after dinner we had a tour of the place. (Where we would grab random treats from the food stations, ie: cliff bars, cereal, orange slices, m&m's and more.)
I had been there a year ago for lunch but things have changed since then. Many wonderful colors which my artist eye just couldn't get enough of. It was fun, I felt like a tourist while I was there with my "Google Visiter" sticker.


When you walk into the visiters lobby there is a screen of all the google searches that people are doing around the world. Yours might pop up there also.

What a life!

They have massage chairs hanging out at Google for those hard workers when they need a break.

Another pass time for the Googleites.

Office equip

All of the office quipment at Google is named after a Simpson character.

Going nowhere

Those hardworking Googleites need to get some exercise after sitting behind a computer all day.

Check out all of the cool colors and doors that go no where at google. I love it! A very stimulating environment.

Jenny and I got some exercise on the workout machine randomly placed in the middle of the hallway. I asked Jared if he works out on them, he said "no." I would if I worked at Google.

All tuckered out

After that I decided to play peek-a-boo and take a nap on one of Google's fun and comfortable couches.

What Jared REALLY does at work.

Jared claims to work on the gmail team, but we all know that he really uses his Stanford education to laze around and take advantage of Google's many incredible accomadations at work. (We're still trying to get him to use a fitness orb to sit on like Dwight does in The Office.)

Monday, April 10, 2006

Walking in NY

My friend Chad and I met up to go check out some galleries in Chelsea. We saw some fun art. We gave each other out cameras so we could get some sweet photos of each other while cruising the sreets in NYC.

Hey there!

After I finally had time to scroll through the photos that Chad took this popped up. HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA

Trying to be a tourist


"Where are we?"


"Hey Chad, where's the Empire State Building?"

"Who you gonna call?"

Doesn't this look like building in Ghostbusters? Y'know the one where the marshmellow man attacked them.


Need some space

Don't we all need some space? What is space? Why do we have so much of it on this earth, yet we seem to run out of it? Do you think that the government misuses space? Why do some single people own 8,000 sq ft house? It's just more to clean. More upkeep. Do they really have that many friends sleeping over?


I roamed around central park. I started crossing it at 86th and ended up at 59th. It was anice walk. I people watched. Grabbed a hotdog with some mustard.

Tuesday, April 4, 2006

Train store!

The first thing Johnny said this morning was, "Ok put on clothes and lets go to the train store." It was fun having his commentary on every train that we went on, A, B and V.

NEW! Fast shoes

I got Johnny some new checkered slip on Vans and he thinks that they make him run fast...and they clearly do.

Monday, April 3, 2006


Here I am in NYC again. It's great to be with my nephews and in the city. Emma, Lee and Hudson left for a few days and Johnny and I have set out on our own. First thing when he wakes up every morning is of course, trains. Thomas the train is calling his name, or visa versa.

Baby Hudson

The cutest little baby in the world. Hudson is always full of smiles and has lots to say.


Johnny has his ritual smoothie every morning. Here he is helping Daddy (Lee) make one. Cute little smile don't ya think?

Museum of Natural History

Today Johnny and I headed out to the "oseum" to see the "BIG blue whale." It was fun. Jonathan got us in trouble for "sliding, sliding" down the stairs though. We found the sharks also and Johnny was making shark noise more like "arrrrrrrhhhh" like a tiger.

The Squid and the Whale

This is the Squid and the Whale at the Museum of Natural History. Like in the movie that came out last fall.

Johnny likes to talk

Talking on the phone at the "oseum"...

...or chattin' it up on the subway.

Silly boy

Following in Daddy's footsteps.