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Saturday, May 29, 2004

Groovin at the Grove

Molli and Sean groovin' at the Grove to some steel drum music. Bellow is Axel rocking the V with the Mere Mortals on Thursday night.


posted by Greg 12:23 PM

Thursday, May 27, 2004

Our buddy Tony Pierce is profiled in a story in the New York Times today about blogging. It's kind of a silly story, but it's great to see Tony get some of the attention he deserves. It's silly because it talks about why people blog without ever mentioning that it is a new form of art - a creative outlet just like making a movie, writing a song, or painting a picture. But what do you expect from the NYT?

posted by Greg 12:17 PM

Monday, May 24, 2004

Sean shooting hoops

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Monday, May 17, 2004

Sean takes a whack while Theo and Owen look on

posted by Greg 9:01 PM

Friday, May 14, 2004

Sean playing with the animals

Natural History Museum

posted by Greg 10:35 PM

Tuesday, May 11, 2004

Our family with our friend Mickey

Sean and Xander enjoy some refreshing 'larl'

We celebrated Mother's day by taking a trip to Disneyland then heading out to Palm Desert for a weekend with the whole clan. Here's some pix!

Sean at the 'paano'

Happy Mother's Day to the best mommy ever

Our little caddy

Happy Jack

This is my grandpa's hat!

posted by Greg 9:06 PM

Tuesday, May 04, 2004

Queen II

We had a power outage in our neighborhood last night. I'm pretty sure that Sean and I caused it by listening to Queen II a little too loudly. Oh well. As Sean would say, "Rock Roll!!"

The Boss

Another album and Sean and I are really into right now is Bruce Springsteen's "The Wild, The Innocent, and the E Street Shuffle." It's really an amazing piece of work which manages to blend many different moods and textures with a core of freewheelin' rock and roll to take you on an emotional roller coaster ride.
Burl Ives

But it's not just early 70's music we're listening to around the house. In between repeated helpings of Burl Ives, Willie Nelson, Tom Waits, and Webb Pierce, we're also spinnnig recent releases by The Shins, The Thrills, The Corvids, and the best kid's (or kid sympathizers) music I've found around, Dan Zanes.

posted by Greg 1:49 PM

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