There is no end to the funny things that come out of children's mouths. Alex, my three and a half year old is no exception. I thought I would share some funny things he has said the past few weeks.
Scene: Alex following me around every step I go in the kitchen. Seriously - like a little shadow.
Me: Alex, can you please stop following me. Someone is going to trip and get hurt.
Alex: Mommy, am I making you totally bonkers right now?
Me: Yes honey, you are.
Alex: OK (and continues to follow me around.)
Scene: The beach lots of young ladies in bikinis walking around.
Alex: "Hey ladies!"
Scene: Alex stalking me around my computer
Alex: Mommy, it's my turn to use the computer.
Me: Alex, this is my computer. How about you go play with your blocks.
Alex: How about you play with blocks mommy. I use the computer. You can use my trains too.
Scene: Alex sitting in my lap while I type this ADEA article.
Me: Alex, what funny things have you said lately?
Alex: Well, last night I snored. That's funny.
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I’ve never liked cheapskates. I once worked with a guy who – when we went out to lunch – would make sure he only paid for what he ordered. And when it came to figuring the tax he made sure the other person paid the extra penny. The result was that, instead of just “splitting the bill” there was a lot of bookkeeping and figuring going on. After awhile no one would go out with him.
On November 1, 2019, I decided to visit MoMA on 53rd Street between Fifth and Sixth Avenues to see the final result of this stupendous project that opened for all to see on October 21st. Frankly, I was amazed at the number of people who showed up. After all, it was a Friday afternoon at 4:00 pm. People should be at work – or at school I thought. Or, was it because this was the day after Halloween? Obviously, I’m a bit out of it because MoMA was like Times Square on New Year’s Eve – but not quite. Everyone was very well behaved and incredibly focused and interested in the art.
On Tuesday, October 8, 2019 – the first day of Yom Kippur – we headed out to our favorite Kips Bay Theatre (2nd Avenue and 31st Street) for a 6:20 pm showing of Downton Abbey. Kips Bay currently has a terrific deal: If one signs up for an “Insider” card (it’s free) you can see a first run movie at any time during the day or night on Tuesdays for $6.00 – which is pretty incredible. Or, paraphrasing The Godfather, I’d say, “That’s an offer we couldn’t refuse.”
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