So, I deleted my last post about the crazy cat experience because I would like this blog to be a happy space, and not some drama filled rant area. And really, when I start posting about hostage cats, then you know my life is pretty boring. Another reason is that I don't want to vilify someone who was trying to do a good deed, but just went about it in a bizarre way. So - on to happier things.
Here's some footage of Julian's first Tae Kwon Do class. The counting to 10 in Korean kills me. His voice sounds so little.
What are you all doing for the 4th of July? (Canadians, sorry you don't get to see stuff explode in your skyline today.) This is our first time celebrating the 4th in North Carolina. Last year, we were at the CBS lot in Studio City. It was crammed so full, and people were being so rude and pushy that it was hard to enjoy the time there. I remember while we were walking in a line like a bunch of cattle, a man behind me (who had small children with him) started pushing my back and yelling at me to move. As if I had anywhere to go. Ohhh, L.A. I don't miss you. This year will be much more peaceful, I'm expecting.