Well, the day started interesting. The little whippersnapper got me out of bed by singing:
Old MacDonald had a farm, E-I-E-I-O.
And on his farm he had a daddy, E-I-E-I-O.
With a snore, snore here,
And a snore, snore there,
Here a snore, there a snore,
Everywhere a snore, snore.
Then he gave me a drawing he made and a Father’s Day card. Very nice. We went to the earlier Mass to free up as much of the afternoon as possible. And before we were off, my wife took this picture of us on our deck.
If you can't make it out, Matthew is holding up a Captain America and Spiderman figues.
On the ferry I was able to snap this while passing the Statue of Liberty.
As you can see he wanted to wear his Batman tee shirt. But here he is at the top of this huge stone thinking he’s Superman.
There are statues everywhere in Central Park, and here Matthew was able to climb up to one.
Oh there were too many pictures I could share, but here are just two more by the pond. The park is just so beautiful.
Boy my feet were aching when we finally got home. And all we covered was a small corner of the park.
Here’s a funny side story. I bought a map of the park just to get my bearings. The map was advertised as “20 Things To Do In NYC For A Penny.” Cost of the map, two dollars. Hmm. And it wasn’t even that good a map.