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I hung out with a friend today. Ended up at his girlfriend’s apartment and got to meet her two sons. They are both fiercely intelligent, pragmatic, outgoing, energetic boys. The older of the two has quite an extended vocabulary and … Continue reading
My friend from high school, Sarah, stopped by tonight. I hadn’t seen her since June. It was great catching up and she was nice enough to let me take a few pictures of her. Isn’t she purty?
All I got for a post today is a shot I took of my buddy as we were walking to a friend’s house. But I did meet my quota for the day.
Just some pictures I took of my friends Brittany and Kiefer tonight. It was a good time and they were awesome for letting me take so many pictures of them. All the practice was awesome.
I know, I know. I’m a day late. I’m a dollar short. And I need to stop making excuses. Whatever 🙂 Here’s the pic I took, and should have posted, yesterday. This is my guitar brotha Jason. Namaste!
Today I spent time with my God-sister, Rebecca. While we were out lunching it up and enjoying coffee and catching up, the kids (of which there are MANY) were at home playing. We pulled into the drive way when we … Continue reading
I was so worried all yesterday and today about what would be my first post of the year. I was convinced that since it was the first in this 365 series it was going to have to be very important. … Continue reading
Posted in Baby, Birthday, Cake, Friends, Niece, Photography, Resolutions, Sweets, Uncategorized
Tagged Baby, Birthday, Birthday cake, Christmas, Holidays, Home, New Year, new years eve, Niece, One Year Old
This, my friends, is a wine bottle stopper that was handed out by workers manning the Buick booth at a Food and Wine festival which took place a few months back at Millennium Park in Chicago. No, the irony involved … Continue reading
Posted in Buick, Friends, Irony, Photography, Wine
Tagged Buick, Chicago, Drink, Drinking and Driving, Food, Millennium Park, Recreation, Wine, Wine bottle
Tonight I visited with a friend I’ve known since grade school, but haven’t seen for years. Her home is on the outskirts of town, and is full of the charming niceties brought to mind when someone describes the old wild … Continue reading