Thursday, August 20, 2009

Best turn of phrase all week

award goes to Middle Child:

who told us that the waves that break way before they get to shore so that they are bubbly white on top are called "foam-overs."

UPDATE: Little Miss did not get her long locks cut off, but they must have been tucked in her collar in the last photo or two. The rainbow-colored flats that Angela so beautifully knit are Black Bunny Fibers, and hopefully I'll get a chance to dye some more soon.


Molly said...

Ha! I love it!

Reminds me of when my sister, around the same age, wrote a little joke: "What's it called when the dock falls on you?"

Answer: Pier pressure!

Anonymous said...

"Foam-over"... love it! Those middle kids are so clever....

Karen Caplan said...

Hee hee. By the way, I'm so glad you liked the aviation museum! We went there for the first time as well this summer. We had our doubts, but it turned out to be fabulous.