Millennium Park, Chicago, 01.11.13 Got the urge to post something again. You should probably get some wine because this will get a bit cheesy in about six seconds. This is not an entry in to this week’s photo challenge theme … Continue reading →
Charley went back to school today. She woke up early and got ready all on her own. I’m so proud. Finally got the iPhone 5, so “My 4” is officially retired. Lots of good memories to go along with the good … Continue reading →
I just checked my stats and I see that I now have 146 followers and 2,203 Likes after 11 weeks of blogging. Wow!
Thanks everyone. Like Wayne and Garth said “I’m not worthy” or Sally Field’s Oscar acceptance speech “You like me, you really like me.”
Scott Webster noted that he likes finding out where his readers are from, I too am surprised that my posts are being viewed in countries like Latvia, Morocco, Serbia, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Australia and of course my beloved, US of A and the Philippines. This Internet thing really does connects us all, huh? Who knew that my brand of amateurish photos, taken with an old beat up iPhone 4 are likeable.
Thanks again everyone. Wait,.. make that 2,206 thanks to Richard Sugden.
This is the steel beam that was once part of and the last remainder of the World Trade Center North Tower. Behind is the reflection of the people looking at the North Pool of the 9/11 Memorial. “Reflections”, this place … Continue reading →
From my earlier posts, I’ve mentioned how thankful I am for everything I have in my life; God, my family, my town, my travels including the little things like the rain, purple sky, etc. There was a time when all … Continue reading →
So why this cup, and not a photo of a plump and juicy turkey? Or a freshly baked pumpkin pie? Well, because I’m focus on eating them instead of my camera, to take photos of them. All kidding aside though, … Continue reading →