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Tuesday, March 14, 2006


Yes, it's true, I'm a goddess. I wield my magic glue gun and voila! Leftover fabric become an air hockey table!

I really don't know why Brett isn't more religious. On Passover, I'll be working miracles with my grandmother's chopped liver recipe. If that doesn't make a true believer out of him, nothing will.

How about never underestimate the power of spending a day with your family doing something just a little bit out of the ordinary routine to make you appreciate all the little things you sometimes take for granted.

Glad everyone had fun. I love the pictures.

Anne: That's funny.

Philip: Thanks!

sounds like a great time! And I love Seth's costume, not surprising he (and Anne) won!

My wife has a very creative eye.

Goldfish prizes at festivals must be sponsored by the pet stores. After winning a goldfish at such a festival, buying the small goldfish bowl, and watching the goldfish die, I (or, more accurately, my parents) shelled out the money for the REAL goldfish tank with filter and everything. I ended up owning four goldfish at various times over the next couple of years.

Air hockey is better. You don't have to buy accessories (although if Seth fires too vigorously, a cup might be in order).

More like a face mask.

Hehe, great post thanks for the awesome information!

my pleasure.

Whilst trying to find a Hockey table for my kids I looked all over the
internet searching for the ideal air hockey table which is a difficult task of
itself as the number of suitable air hockey table site’s is quite high – having
searched here and there I found this site offering an air hockey table whilst
not the top of the range is still at the top for quality and value the

Sportcraft 7′ Torpedo Air Hockey Table
is a versatile piece of air hockey
table equipment and has some excellent features.

Wow, that's bigger than our apartment.

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