Wednesday

Children's Lawn in Riverside Park, NY

Received Wednesday, May 16, 2007
If you live on the UWS and your son was wearing a My Gym t-shirt mid day Tuesday, your nanny was asleep in the grass while he played in the dirt at Children's Lawn in Riveside Park.

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Did you wake her up?

Anonymous said...

Cell phone cameras. Use them. Post the pics on this blog. I bet all the nannies would stop sleeping on the job! And isn't someone offering like $100 for the pic?

Where is she?
Where is the pic?

Snap snap.

lorenza said...

You can bet that if I see a napping nanny, I'll get a photo with my cell phone. I have no pity for these lazy slugs.

Anonymous said...

If I see a sleeping nanny or parent, and no one is watching the kid in a public park, I will grab my camera and make a 2 minute film and hand it over to this site. I know people get tired, but that is no excuse to have imaginary people watching the kids while one sleeps.

Anonymous said...

come ON! you obviously read this site, or you wouldn't have known to come post here. does your cell phone not take pictures?

Anonymous said...

a child playing in the dirt?
pinworm alert.

Anonymous said...

My cell phone doesn't take pics: it's a cheap virgin mobile. :)

jmt said...

So's mine! It won't die! $25 for the phone including $20 of air time. I love a bargain. And I LOVE pre-paid. Never be beholden to a phone company again.
;)

Anonymous said...

wow I thought those prepaid were only for people with bad credit?

jmt said...

Have you never seen Judge Judy? lol People GET bad credit from buying their boyfriend/girlfriend of two days a $500 phone and then they never pay the bill.
I like to keep it simple.

sprak said...

well, I learned something today about the pay as you go phones. Most of the people I know who have them told me they couldn't afford the five hundred dollar deposit they'd have to make to get a plan phone due to their bad credit and had no other option. I never figured that they'd be more economical. Still, I do get to speak with everyone who has the same service I do for free and that makes a big difference. I don't like contracts, though.