Sunday, July 20, 2008

Underwater sea aliens bent on the destruction of their adult captors

With a little help from her friends, Isobel can walk from here to Dodge City (you see, most people wanna get outta there, but Isobel is fearless and underestimated). She looks a little scared.

This is at the annual Bluegrass Festival- a good time to kick off your shoes and indulge in sinful pleasures. All we are saying is Give Peas a Chance (her onesie below).

We like to dress up Isobel sooooo(o) much that sometimes we forget she is a baby and not a wittle doll.

These next two digitized photographical renderings were taken on the boardwalk of Ocean City, NJ. New Jersey, ha ha ha ha.

While the creature (calling herself Zarneisha) displayed above-average intelligence, she still lost 3 straight games of Jenga to her masters, claiming "A force F acting on a body gives it an acceleration a which is in the direction of the force and has magnitude inversely proportional to the mass m of the body: ." Then the creature danced a jig, much to the delight of all except Dagny and that guy with the mullet across the street. They just scowled. Behold Zarneisha, Queen of the Farthquan, the aforementioned sea alien people:

Friday, July 18, 2008

Wednesday, July 2, 2008

"Fair Dickinson" or "I always knew you'd end up back here"

Greetings all. Isobel learned the Vulcan neck grip over the weekend and finally found a victim to try it out. You can see the cold mercilessness in her eyes.

Cow and baby with 'Moth' and fatty D (Dagny).

Hersheypark happy, Hersheypark glad. We found ourself in the land of chocolate. Literally. The house behind us was made entirely of fudge, marshmallow and nougat (what is that, exactly?).

Carousel with daddy.

This is my favorite onesie: The Poopsmith. Those who get it will laugh, and those who don't will kindly pass go and never return to this blog again!

Anna is a librarian and musician and said that she wanted to buy Isobel off us "for a gift for my friend". An uncomfortable silence followed and Christina cleared her her throat and began to discuss her appreciation for collective bargaining agreements.

Finally, the big news in the Shiffler family is that I was offered a position at Dickinson College at the Forum on Education Abroad. I start Monday and can't wait to show my skillz.


B, C, & I