This is my kind of November. Sunny and unseasonably warm. The kind of November where you don’t need a hat like this one. A bunch of you weighed in last week on Rick’s new winter hat with some hilarious comments.
Turns out, a lot of you felt like The One True Sue who said…
He returned the hat. Now of course, he’s bound to run into an avalanche or yeti situation.
This weekend, we took advantage of the 60 degree plus weather and went to the UBS Parade Spectacular in Stamford, Connecticut. Because nothing says parade fun like UBS’ recent announcement that they are laying off 3,500 employees. Right.
We found a pretty good spot at the parade but unfortunately we were right behind a very not child friendly couple who sort of kept glaring at us. You know, because we existed. And had the nerve to give birth to kids.
We moved away quickly from Mr. and Mrs. Why-Are-You-At-A-Parade-If-You-Don’t-Like-Children. (In full disclosure, I don’t know if that’s their actual last name.) We decided to scale a wrought iron fence to get to a better viewing vantage point.
But I did have to very temporarily hand over Chase to a stranger while I climbed over the fence.
In my defense, the guy was a sweet grandfather. Plus, I trust any man with a mustache and sunglasses.
We all liked the parade but to be perfectly honest, a lot of the balloons seemed a bit tipsy.
See what I mean?
But we did meet the most chilled out dog in America..
In case you’re wondering, that kid has “Diana” tattooed to his neck. I asked for his email address so I can find out if he and Diana are still together in a few years.
Obviously, you know they will be.