Tuesday, February 9, 2016

Mary Worth 2242

Speaking of theoretical boundries... ladies and gentlemen, I present: My Son.

The last one had me questioning physics idek

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Saturday, February 6, 2016

Mary Worth 2241

The look of fear in Giovanni's eyes is well founded. Olive is angry. And when Olive gets angry, people get hurt... inexplicably.

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Thursday, February 4, 2016

Mary Worth 2240

Mary Worth communicates with Olive telepathically to avoid alarming the other ice skaters.

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Monday, February 1, 2016

Mary Worth 2239

Last January, I took my son to Manhattan on a Father-Son senior trip, and we had a blast. We went to see a Broadway show, and went ice skating (for free at Bryant Park). We saw Stomp downtown. We had lots of adventures, but they don't really make a good story!

The one thing we did, that I really hope Mary and Olive will do is we went to a jazz club. We went to a little hole in the wall place called Somethin' Jazz Club. It was located off the beaten path on East 52nd Street, and as we climbed the dimly lit, narrow stairs to the third floor, my son turned to me with a glint in his eye and said, "This looks authentic." The Matt Savage Trio was playing and they were amazing. There were 12 people there, six of whom were Manhattan School of Music students of the drummer. Matt Savage played the piano and really looked like he was 18 tops. We ordered appetizers, which they ran downstairs to a restaurant to bring up to us. It was a great night. Sadly, but not surprisingly, the Somethin' Jazz Club has closed, so Mary and Olive will miss it (children were welcome), but you can enjoy the Matt Savage Trio on Spotify.

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Sunday, January 31, 2016

Saturday, January 30, 2016

Mary Worth 2238

Compelled by the knowledge that their working life is growing shorter every minute, the acrobats REFUSE to leave the stage, even during INTERMISSION!

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Friday, January 29, 2016

Mary Worth 2237

There are 8 million stories in the naked city. This has not been one of them.

Tuesday, January 26, 2016

Mary Worth 2236

When you re-encounter an old crush, one of two things will happen. You'll either start singing Garth Brooks' "Unanswered Prayers," or your heart will get stomped on all over again. Mary has completely used John Dill to entertain little Olive and now all that remains are a few parting gifts and his tears. Inside each muffin, John has carefully baked a note hand-scribed with this message, "I will love you forever. Please call me. 202-555-CAKE."

Unfortunately, Mary and Olive are about to donate the muffins to the faithful hobo. Ultimately, the hobo will get a job at the bakery, thus fulfilling Olive's food service vision. Funny how things seem to work out.

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Monday, January 25, 2016

Mary Worth 2235

It's nice to see some things never change... Even though he's trained under Chef Pierre for three years, John Dill's cake vision remains largely unaltered.

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Saturday, January 23, 2016

Mary Worth 2234

Oh, yes. John Dill has become a master of restraint. If he was more impulsive, he'd have to deal with mother nature!