Happy Labor Day. From Wikipedia: The form for the celebration of Labor Day was outlined in the first proposal of the holiday: A street parade to exhibit to the public "the strength and esprit de corps of the trade and labor organizations", followed by a festival for the workers and their families.
Instead of parading, I took the Adelizi's (minus Nick, Andrew took him on a bike ride) to the antique row in San Jose. Mia hit up the party store next door so she could pick out her Halloween costume. This game seems a tad inappropriate if you ask me:
Oh Paul, do you always have to go around preaching your liberal agenda?:
I fell in love with this leprechaun right away. Is there anyone in the world who will really spend $80 on a ceramic leprechaun? They are just so pleasing and naughty all in the same:
There was a bit of a fiasco when we all tried to chose a place to eat. Juicy Burger ended up being a horrible decision. We all tried to relinquish the blame for that one:
Tomorrow's post will be about how wrong I have been about where I live. Here is a hint: we do not officially live in an Eichler. Dear God, the truth stings.