Where the wild things are movie (spoiler alert)
I finally checked out Hulu after getting in trouble for posting a status update on Facebook about Kal Penn getting offed on House due to pursuit of a political career. Hopefully this is not also a spoler. In doing so it was good to see some shows are free on the Internet although a lot of ones that would be nice were not free. What looked interesting to me was that Where the Wild Things Are has been adapted into a movie. http://www.hulu.com/watch/64652/movie-trailers-where-the-wild-things-are
Passover seder number one was a good experience this year. Zachary wasn't ready to wait through the whole seder. He did use his limited vocabulary to communicate his thoughts on the pace of the seder by repeatedly saying "Awww Done" once he was done eating his pretzels and yogurt. A friend of the family brought their two kids who are the same age as Zach and Madeline. It took the 3 year olds a couple of hours but then they discovered there was a person they could play with to accomplish tasks like dueling with trash can lids.
My dad brought a copy of a graduate student haggadah which added some good humor for us MIT folks. My favorite part was about the hiding of the centrifuge rotors.
I seem to have been abandoning my web site slowly for the lures of the social networks. I put little updates into Facebook for my status and load all my photos onto Flickr. It begs the question of why I need my own web site but there is this lack of a home base on the Internet so maybe I should get back to this site and start blogging again. Zach is sleeping through the night. Madeline is too although she mysteriously appears next to me when I awake each night. As long as I am not overcomitted at work I ought to have some hours to sleep each night and that must mean I am near the level of time to be able to jot down some thoughts.