02 Apr 2011
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I honestly don't care if Pearlsky's van driver has more than a third grade education (he happens to be well…
This nanny has been with my daughter about a dozen times, if not more. She comes over this morning, a…
This makes me smile and get all warm and fuzzy inside =)
What a fabulous photo of you two! She’s a lucky gal.
Darling picture. So how did she like the symphony?
That’s serious awesome. Awesome that you shared a moment, awesome that you captured it, and AWESOME FACIAL HAIR.
Damn I wish I could grow one so thick and manly.
Ken: My date is very sensitive about her facial hair, we try not to mention it … 😉
Yes, Pearlsky loves music and was very quiet and happy the entire time. The tough part was when it got crowded around us before and after, but she was fine.
This blog is more about the bad stuff, so to speak, of life around here and I want you to know there is plenty of good as well. Such as shown in this post.
May you share many more such happy times!
I love the picture. And I love the way you did her hair: the ringlets around the ears are very nice!
Was the music good?
Sweet, sweet, sweet!
The picture is sweet, sweet, sweet. You are both lucky.
Elizabeth: That’s “sweet” as in a manly sort of way, right? 😉
Hope she enjoyed herself.
“My date is very sensitive about her facial hair…”
I set ’em up, you knock ’em down. Good team.
The look in your eye says it all…you absolutely love and adore Pearlsky. Not that I haven’t picked that up by your previous posts, but pictures are worth a thousand words!
I found your blog when I was googling around for adaptations to Welcome to Holland. For the better part of the last week, I have been reading your blog, from day one, going through all the sagas of being SingleDad. From post one, I was hooked. One night I stayed up past midnight, just reading your blog. It was like reading a book and dying to know what happened next. I feel almost like I know you and Pearlsky now, and even some of your faithful commentators. I am 18 years old and have cerebral palsy, so I understand what it’s like to have a disability and how the system screws you over sometimes. It’s screwed me over a lot in different ways and I’m nowhere near as severely impaired as Pearlsky. However, your blog especially, along with several others, have given me new insight into what it means to be a *parent* of a child with a disability, and this is invaluable for me, to know the flipside. I recently started college and am a special education major, so I can become an advocate for people like me, people like Pearlsky, who may not have many other advocates in their lives when people decide it is okay to screw them over, deny them services, etc. I thank you from the bottom of my heart. Rarely does a blog touch me like this. I have subscribed to your blog and followed you on Twitter. I encourage you to check out my blog at http://www.candidlycrippled.blogspot.com and my website at http://www.mosaicwebzine.org. I hope to keep in touch and I will certainly be commenting more in the future! 🙂 all the best to you and Pearlsky.
Lovin’ the picture! It really does say a thousand words! Her beautiful curls remind me of my own little curly girl. I’m glad you both had a blast!! 🙂