A few days ago I posted a picture of Milo and me, and noted that we had the same color eyes. My friend Sean went a little crazy with this picture and swapped my eyes with Milo’s. The results are funny and a little disturbing. According to Sean, “Milo’s eyes
A follow-up article in today’s Inside Out in the Times-Pic: RENOVATORS FIND MADNESS DESPITE METHOD NOTE: Bart Everson and Christy Paxson find that tough decisions are unavoidable as they repair the basement of their North Salcedo Street bungalow.
Though my box of journals was left on the bottom floor of our house during the flooding of New Orleans, all is not lost. I brought Volume Five back to Indiana with me and photographed each page. I’ve posted the whole set.
Home… / Ben Record / CC BY-SA 2.0 Dental Ben has posted a set of pix taken in Mid-City (my neighborhood in New Orleans) over the last couple of days.
Viriler. That’s the word I used as the first play of our first game of Scrabble last night. (It was four-way Scrabble: Xy vs. me vs. MaPó vs. Martin, whom we had over for basil burgers.) Because it cleared my tray, it was worth 70-some points, and of course awed
Remember when I said I was done posting pix from our vacation trip? I was wrong. I found a dozen more which I’d meant to post but forgot. The Devil’s Kitchen! Caveman BBQ! The DeVille Motor Inn! The Factory Bowl Outlet! How could I forget? I’ve added them to the
It’s taken a couple weeks, but I’ve finally posted all the pix from our vacation. Well, not all the pix, but 87 of the best ones. To avoid click-fatigue, view them as a slideshow.
Jaylene Marsh came to visit us for Thanksgiving. She drove down from Indianapolis yesterday, and today she took this picture with her phone and e-mailed it to me. I posted the picture to Flickr. (Thanks, Rachel, for turning me on to the site.) So this is my first real attempt