Saturday, November 24, 2007

Five Good Things

Got this idea from Mcewen, over at Whitterer on Autism

1. the sight of Boston, as the plane circles while landing at Logan Airport
2. the smell of my boys when they first wake up (usually)
3. steamed dumplings at Mary Chung's in Central Square, Cambridge
4. my husband's voice when he's making a puppet (or baby unicorn, etc) talk when he plays with J.
5. rocky out-croppings along the side of winding road

8 comments:

KAL said...

I always loved the sight of landing at Logan too :)
Wanted to let you know I tagged you with a meme. Play only if you're in the mood!

mcewen said...

We nearly ended up in Boston rather than San Jose [it was a toss up]. All excellent choices. Glad that there's no ironing in there!
Cheers

Mom to JBG said...

I own an iron, but am not certain of its whereabouts!

Casdok said...

Whats an iron?!

covetcat said...

No, no, no! It's Mary's dun dun noodles with shredded chicken! Heaven on a plate!

Just found your blog through Judith's Autismville blog...so happy to find another Mass based autism blogger! Now off to read all that I have missed!

Cheers!
Cathy

Mom to JBG said...

Actually I'm a formerly Boston-based blogger who still hasn't come to grips with living in Texas.

Do you have a blog?

Judith said...

Okay .. hold on now.

I'm in Boston now, but grew up in Texas. I must admit it is REALLY beautiful here. Don't blame you for missing it.

Do yourself a favor and run down to the CVS and get a pint of Blue Bell Chocolate Chip Cookie Dough ice cream. Drive through Sonic on the way home and score a wacky pack with a grilled cheese and tater tots. I promise it will make you feel better.

Mom to JBG said...

Judith,
I will concede the point about Sonic Wacky Packs and Bluebell Ice Cream. Also the barbeque, the slower pace of life, the beautiful winter weather, the singer-songwriters, the entire city of Austin, the mockingbirds that sing in the middle of the night, Marble Slab Creamery and the wildflowers on the highways.
Okay, now I do feel better about Texas.
Thanks,
Alice