Posts Tagged ‘kids’
One of my most prized treasures on earth is my old kindergarten class workbook that my late grandmother Margarita and then my late father Tony preserved for me. That colorful workbook has all of my earliest drawings (I still can’t draw) and contains hints about the type of kid that I was at 5. It’s the kind of stuff you especially cherish when you hit 40 like I have.
In any case, the other day my wife Angela wrote a biography about our two year old Briani for her new class at school and I instantly thought, wow, what a creative idea for parents! (more…)
You’ve got to give it to Ronald McDonald. The man, the myth, the red-headed king of burgers (OUCH!) knows how to party.
Last night, The Ronald himself hosted PapiBlogger for an intimate send off at the McDonald’s Restaurant located on 62nd Ave. and South Dixie Highway in South Miami. Even though I literally grew up at McDonald’s (the subject for a future post because you really won’t believe the story), I had never before shaken Ronald’s hand, let alone been presented with a PapiBlogger-decorated cake by him. I felt so honored that an elderly couple that walked into the restaurant during the festivity actually wished me happy birthday