Tuesday, September 22, 2009

Welcome Lulu! (plus 1st year pix)

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Good News, Friends...

On Monday, September 21st, 2009 at 2:52pm, my sweet wife Alexandra gave birth to our sweet daughter Talula Anne Feigeh Rivke Lulav Soiferman (we call her "Lulu" for short).

Lulu was 7lbs and a few ounces at birth.

Mom n' baby gal are doing wonderfully.

Send telepathic diaper changes anytime!

Love to all from Montreal,


P.S. Here, from the future, is Lulu's first year in pictures...

La famille

(1 hour old)

(13 days fresh)

(4 weeks bouncy)

(5 weeks fuzzy)

(6 weeks sleepy)

(7 weeks cute)

(8 weeks warm)

(9 weeks giggly)

(10 weeks portraity)

(11 weeks bobbly)

(12.5 weeks Muppety)

(16 weeks Curious)

(17 weeks serious)

(19 weeks squeakety clean)

(21 weeks wide-eyed and sun-lit)

(6.5 months King Tut and Queen Tush)

(7.7 months "aaaaaaaaaaaaah!")

(8 months silly daddy)

(9 months pointy)

(10 months fresh-faced)

(11 months strawberried)

(12 months wavilicious)

This Luluness can go on forever but you've got other blog postings to get too!

Thanks for dropping by,

Lulu's dad (Ez)

Wednesday, September 16, 2009

eGuiders featured on Blip.tv

Here's my old NYU buddy Marc Ostrick featured in a big new video interview on Blip.tv. The interview has Marc talking about his new project eGuiders.com, a site that brings the finest web videos, handpicked by media mavens, right to your digital doorstep.

I'm one of the core eGuiders on the site so you can be sure I dig what's going on over there. I think you might too. Have a peek.

Enjoy the video!


Friday, September 11, 2009

From my Twin Towers files... "New ol' New York"

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I created this photo/poem montage not long after 9/11.

When I lived in NYC (91-95) I used to take walks down to the Twin Towers and go to the observatory at the top to see the city from the perspective of a drop of water in the clouds. It was a great way to humble oneself.

I also used to photograph the Twin Towers regularly, doing that had a bit of the opposite effect. So grand and photogenic were those buildings, one would think he or she was just maybe the very best photographer in the world.

Alexandra and I are expecting a baby any day now. At a party recently someone said, "Yikes, I hope it's not born on September 11th!" Someone else cut in, "Actually, I think that would be the most beautiful thing. That day needs more souls."

I leave you with that as I head out on a jog on this special day.

Enjoy the poem and pix above.

Go, go, go...


Thursday, September 10, 2009

Yesterday's thought...