Clearing out my memory (card)

Various and sundry photos from the holiday season, including pics of the boys getting acquainted and some thought provoking images on toy-packaging.

Note that I seem to be the only blogosapien who is not taking pictures with a Nikon D-50 or D-70, especially since Jen and Sweetney now have one or the other (that's on top of stolidmortified and dooce).

But then again, I got this:

Anyway... on with the various and sundry-ness.

The (bigger) boy's aunt sent him this Kawasaki keyboard for Christmas. Unfortunately, in demonstrating how it works, the only thing his dad can reliably play is "Saints go marching in", and after 10 times, it gets old.
I had to share this picture (on the box) of the keyboard in use -- not unlike the "suggested serving" you see on your breakfast cereal box. What I can't figure out is: Is the kid in the background so taken aback by the music that he's cringing in fear, or is this some sort of new dance step I should be learning prior to attending my next wedding or other "dance" event.
Umm... dad? Who's this?

a quickr pickr post

Posted bythemikestand at 10:37 AM  

5 stepped up to the mike:

jenB said... 1:36 PM, January 11, 2006  

please still like me, but i got the black video ipod for my birthday too. weeeeeeee!

and i don't know what the hell i am doing with the D70.

themikestand said... 1:46 PM, January 11, 2006  

You did? Zooks... somebody over there really likes you.

Maybe I don't put out enough?

Candy said... 2:48 PM, January 11, 2006  

Well, since you de-lurked to say hi on mine, I must now return the gesture!

So Hi! And thanks for reminding me I have to drive the daughter to buy the iPod. But I'm not worried. She hasn't got a job.

Sassy said... 10:07 AM, January 12, 2006  

Hey you should offer up the HTML code for that De-lurking button! It's cute! Thanks for at least commenting on mine. ;)

themikestand said... 2:21 PM, January 14, 2006  

Horribly simple code... After borrowing the jpg, I just resized to half:

[img src="" height="47" width="88.5"]

Better code would have been linking it to the comments automatically. Ahh, hindsight.

And what do you mean "at least" commenting on yours?! ;)

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