Due to a scheduling conflict at daycare, Pop-pop spent the day with Eve today. He reported all the details of the day for us, even more so than Eve's actual daycare. Here are some of the minutes of the day;
Had 13 Cheerios, One at time.
Did not want Fruitty Stuff.
Eve read the Sam's Club Flyer for 18 to 20 minutes.
Eve fell asleep in high chair while eating lunch.
Serious interest in the high chair buckles.
Suddenly last week our family friends and long time neigbors lost their mother. My family came out to support them at the funeral mass. Kathleen Superior, Mrs. Superior as I referred to her (young child) was a wonderful and warm part of our community growing up on Dogwood Drive in the 1980's and 90's
Mrs. Superior was a warm and loving women that will be greatly missed. I can vivdily still hear the sound of her voice from my childhood. Her full obituary is availble here.
I feel that i want to do more for the Superior Family in this time of saddness. I've post some video for now. Below is some of the footage we have of Mike and Krissy as far back to 1985.
I was able to get down to the Waterfront in JC since Sandy's impact. Finding traces of the storm surge was quite easy. There is many abandoned cars up Montgomery Street. One can still see the high water marks on Green Street. Below is some photography of the hard hit tranist systems in our community. I re-photographed the security camera angles to give a sense of the power of the storm surge. After seeing this footage is clear as to why we aren't see Path service restored to the WTC. The footage releases for the PATH is here and NJTransit Lightrail here.
I'm pleased to report the The Jersey Journal ran an article on my time lapse footage of Superstorm Sandy's Jersey City landfall. While it's a mixed feeling for getting aknowlegdement, while others in our area lost so much. I felt the footage need to be presented in a straightforward way. The article is up on NJ.com here.