Saturday, October 27, 2007

No. 52

Hello from New York-

I finally worked on a post from the past ten days but with Blogger having upload issues the post was quite boring without cute pics.

We met Poppy & Nana for breakfast so Nana could help us finish a list of errands without diverting to more fun things.

First, Cupcake went to the Post Office for the first time to send a very important package to our friend & Blogger friend Lisa. Cupcake and I sorted through all of her clothes and shoes to find there were many great things to pass along to Lisa's little ones' who will be on their way home soon. Finally the Huggie box sitting in the back has made it on its way to Texas.

After we went to Toys R Us to pick out some B-Day gifts to bring with us to NY this weekend. Mission Successful! Daddy surprised Cupcake at the toystore so they played while we shopped.

After running to Target, Drycleaners, Wegman's, Toy R Us, USPS, and Pannera we head home for lunch and a nap.

Great Day? Could it get better?....I get an email asking what would I be doing for lunch on Tuesday? Many of may not know but LUNCH WITH THE GIRLS could be the title of my book. I love lunch with girls. Lisa & I met in Baltimore for lunch. After 14 months it was so great to meet! Lisa, our visit was so special. I am so glad you were to spend so much time with Cupcake and I !

Now we are in NY. Yesterday we met another special blogger pal but i will continue with all of the NY post when we return!

Have a good weekend!

4 comments:

kate said...

I wish I could've been there for lunch! One of these days...

When are you home?

Espe said...

I am delurking to say I live in Hoboken and I would have love to have met you and the little cupcake! My hubby and I are in the very early stages of adopting a little one from Russia so that our little puddin has a sibling!
I hope you had a great time in NYC!!!

kate said...

w-i-t-h-d-r-a-w-l...must have cupcakes...

Christen & Frank said...

I think it's so amazing how so many of you have met up with each other. I sincerely hope I can join in on that in the future.