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Blog Attack of the Zombie Jet-Lagged Mama

on May 1 | in Our Family | by | with 12 Comments

In other words, why today’s post has more photos than paragraphs. :)

Boston Common ~ Boston, Massachusetts

Dr. Kotlow’s ~ Albany, New York

What do you mean there are three high-tech lasers worth $200K in the basement, Mom? I thought we were here to pet the monkey!”

Essex, Connecticut

Hartford, Connecticut

Did you see the “butterfly”??

 

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12 Responses to Blog Attack of the Zombie Jet-Lagged Mama

  1. Mae says:

    No, Heather. THAT is not a butterfly. I have to tell you a secret….
    Tree knots turn my stomach. It’s true. They remind me of fetus’s and fetus’s don’t need to me stuck on trees. I don’t know why I think this, but I have since I was like 5…I’m totally serious!!!

    On a lighter, less crazy note, I’m so glad your trip went so well!

    • Heather says:

      Hahahaha! That is CRAZY, Mae. Then again, I have a fear of being forced to lick a toilet even though no one has ever tried, so we all have our things. :)

  2. Beautiful pictures! I love the way you positioned them, ‘specially the blue of the wreath with the blue of the dog’s collar!
    Hope you are getting some rest! :)

  3. margo says:

    Awesome pics! You are a great photog! Yes, I’m pretty sure I found the butterfly….I love the “can you find it game”. So glad you had a wonderful trip. Boston is on our list of places to visit.

  4. Heather says:

    I love that game, too! Maybe we should play it more often. Boston was well worth the trip . . . hope you make it there someday. :)

  5. @Amy – That dog was such a charmer . . . except when he whispered to me that he cost more than our entire trip. I mean, yeah, it was probably true, but he didn’t have to point it out! :)

  6. Alexis D says:

    You have left me longing to go back to the Northeast! I lived in the Back Bay area of Boston for 2.5 years and loved walking daily through the Public Garden in the spring time. My FB profile picture is of tulips in the Public Garden in the spring – so pretty! So glad to hear you had a good trip :)

    • Heather says:

      Alexis, if you ever move to the caribbean I believe you will have fulfilled a huge portion of MY bucket list! Hopefully I will not be living vicariously through you forever!

      • Alexis D says:

        LOL Heather! Funny you mention the Caribbean – a dream of mine is to move to a Caribbean island, have a few cows, lots of chickens, huge garden, and homeschool my daughter (and any other possible kids) in peace and harmony (away from politics, cars, and other general nonsense things). It may not happen but one can dream right? :)

  7. Looks like you had a great trip!

    ADORABLE FAMILY. Look how big Micah is?!??! So precious. Griff is still a string bean. I think he takes after his daddy. XO.

  8. Whaaat? Does he come w/a pipe and smoking jacket?

  9. Adam says:

    What a wonderful pictures, Its so nice to see your family’s life experience.

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