. . . so this made me laugh.
By the way, I don’t blame them for wanting their kids and grandkids down – otherwise it’s boring as hell. I don’t know if you’ve ever been to Boca before but the basic idea is you wake up, eat breakfast and then spend the whole day bickering about where you’re having dinner. Then at 4:30pm you get in the car and go to Matteo’s, family-style Italian, and they bring out penne a la vodka by the trough until you pass out. Or if it’s somebody’s birthday, maybe you go to Ruth’s Chris, whatever.
I'd say it's a bit of both.
And Pikus-Pace was happy. So happy. Happier, perhaps, than I’ve ever seen anyone up close.
"‘Our hearts are overflowing’: The touching moment garbage man surprises five-year-old autistic boy with his own toy truck".
I've written this before but allow me to reiterate. I don't know how dating declined in the U.S., or why--AIDS and other STDs that antibiotics couldn't cure?-- but pending a better understanding of the how and the why, I think the decline of dating has been a bad, sad development.
There are some days you wish they could stay little forever.
From BBC News:
Scratching his head, the confused man says: "Rabbi, you asked me the same question three times and you gave me three different answers. Is this some kind of a joke?"
"This is not a joke, my son. This is Talmud."
Yes, indeed, life is tough for some Americans in 2013.
"Westjet Airlines And Santa Claus Gave These Passengers A Heartwarming Early Christmas Present".