In some ways, this is really just who I am. Thank you for loving me.
Here is the movie-like secret vampire club we walked past in Salzburg on our way back from the string quintet. The sign was glowing purple under the serpent staircase and the giant pipe organ. Felsenkeller They eat foreigners like in American Werewolf in Paris.
This is interesting, but you may end up down the rabbit hole with facts like this.
Adolph Hitler's nephew William Hitler servered in the U.S. Navy in WWII.
When you are feeling low and need to smile,
please take a look at this.
I love you.
I bought this for you so we can build it in Lockport.
All we need to know for the classics we want to watch this season.
25 Days of Christmas
Feel free to get lost in these videos. More options come up after each one.
Don't know if I should laugh or cry.
I still love EPCOT.
first wings medium 8/16/10
it is raining 8/30/10
9/5/10 pinch nose talking
9/4/10 gets in wagon and pulls the blanket on herself
8/31/2010 31.5" tall 22 lbs.
10/5/10 bye bye
10/13/10--meowing, don't touch
10/14/10--enough signing Hello
10/14/10 signing hello
10/30/10 trick treat, owl
10/31/10 baby, puppy
11/14/10 there ya go
12/3/10 feed baby doll
01/01/11 - "Me" at Dairy Queen pointing to chest
01/03/11 point to picture saying "me"
3/21/11 - 1st potty. 2 times
6/14/11 how old? "2"
08/08/11 Swim solo
08/12/11 Monkey Cheese, Chuck E Cheese
June 20, 2012 "Little Benjers" little avengers
July 1, 2012 "fellas"
2012 July 13 "Oh, bubbers!"
Or what? "What"
12/12 Her response to Strawberry Pop Rocks, "It tastes like laughing!"
2/26/13 "All the other kids are wearing boots to school"
2/12/13 Siri "Where is Lockport, NY?"
3/13 Handsome and Gretel
3/17/13 Leprechaun- Marty McPickles
4/16/13 - I hope we see the fire tree.
Wants to be a vet 10/17/13
Spelled swim, 12/5/13
2/17/14 Amelia is 8 markers tall
5/13/14 "When someone kisses you, that means they love you and you get married. Really. That happens"
6/17/14 GI Joe. You mean E I E I Joe!
9/28/14 read first sentences in hooked on phonics
Most commonly, the story of Orion from Greek and Roman mythology is that Orion was great hunter. He was so accomplished that he boasted that he could all the animals of the world. Hera, queen of the gods, heard of this and was concerned. So, she sent a scorpion to kill Orion. He fought and beat the scorpion, but no before it was able to sting him on the heal, killing him. Hera commemorated the great hunter and the fight by placing Orion into the sky where he could be seen forever. The scorpion is also in the sky, but because the battle was so terrible, the scorpion was placed far away on the other side of the sky where it could not be seen at the same time as Orion This way they would never meet and could never fight again.
A different story tells of the love between Orion and the goddess, Artemis. One day, Orion was swimming out in the sea. Apollo, who very much disliked the man, bet his sister that she couldn't hit the object in the sea with her bow. Artemis didn't realize it was her lover, and shot Orion with an arrow. When she later found out what she had done, she honored the hunter by putting him in the sky.
In pre-Christian Scandinavia, the belt was known as Frigg's Distaff (Friggerock). Well, you didn’t already notice the similarity here, it seems that our little Fraggle and us were meant to be part of Fraggle Rock. Plus, a distaff is a tool used by wool spinners of old, and how does would you characterize Amelia when she dances—a spinner.
The belt was also known as the Three Stars Mansion in ancient China. It was believed to be one of the mansions that belonged to the White Tiger, a mystical protector spirit.
It consists of three stars most often known as Alnitak, Alnilam and Mintaka.
Mintaka is the least bright, and it is the first to rise so that must be me. It’s the western most star.
Alnitak is 100,000 times more luminous than the Sun. It must be you. It is also the one that the Seri Indians of Mexico believe to be Hap, the deer—graceful and beautiful. It is the eastern most star.
Finally, Alnilam must be Amelia. It is the youngest, only four million years old. It is in the middle where it can be protected by the other two. Plus, It and Amelia are 375,000 times more luminous than the Sun.