Happy Holidays! This time last year, the McCord family was living in an apartment off Peachtree Street and preparing for our move to Zug, Switzerland. (We are writing this exactly one year after we received a signed copy of the … Continue reading
One of the coolest new Android features is the ability to quickly take 360-degree panoramas. Here’s one I took outside our house this morning as a static panorama. You can view it as a spinny sphere type thing by clicking … Continue reading
In March, AT made her first trip to her company’s offices in Montevideo, Uruguay, where it was warm and sunny. Back home, warm and sunny was only a faint hope for the future. We did Easter stuff at Matt and … Continue reading
In February, there was a lot more snow. We learned that accessing basic Swiss banking features online requires aggressive multi-factor authentication (something you have plus something you know plus something else you have and another thing you know; seriously). We … Continue reading
In January, AT went ahead to Switzerland while you and I lived it up in a deluxe apartment in the sky. I mean in Midtown. Because we already vacated our house. You lost a toof. Then AT came back and … Continue reading
Seagulls may be highly evolved dinosaurs. Large version here.
It’s best to comply.
Like everyone else, six year old humans feel proud when they understand a joke that might previously have been out of reach. Sometimes you extend that moment of pride by sharing it with someone nearby. You might say “get it … Continue reading
Il mio bambina, it is most definitely not necessary to tell our row-mates on the plane that I sometimes, very occasionally, discard my socks in the living room and then forget to retrieve them. Kudos to you, however, for your … Continue reading
It’s been crazy-go-nuts since we moved to Zug in January, and we’ve had no time for blogging. Now a new wind is blowing—a wind that smells like blog. Switzerland is weird and wonderful, and I have much to share on … Continue reading
Grace was one of the two finest cats to ever puke on a shoe. Many years ago, I dreamed that I died and was greeted in the afterlife by two guides in the form of Jack and Grace. I wouldn’t … Continue reading
Here is what happens when cool rainy weather coming across the lake from Lucerne hits the Zugerberg. The photos for this timelapse were taken from our attic. One second of video time equals 1.2 minutes of real time. Rainy Hillside … Continue reading