Sunday, April 18, 2010

The Sunday Evening Post

It is the end of the week and I must admit that I was looking  forward to this post.
Once again, I downloaded the pictures taken on my phone over the last seven days and picked a few of my favorites to share.

Beautiful weather brought us out the house and into the light.  Here is Jill test driving the front porch.

She found this sign in her New Jersey apartment fifteen years ago.  Its message never seems to fade.

Technically not taken last week but still in my phone.  Whenever I am down in the dumps I try to remember that somewhere kids are playing with a box.  It cheers me up.


Boo Radley.

Free Starbucks coffee on tax day does not seem very exciting, but what about free Starbucks coffee on tax day in a reusable cup at 65 miles per hour?

My son made a Tzedakah box in Sunday School.  He explained to me that you put money in it and give the contents to charity.  I was hoping Tzedakah meant "Money for Dad" in Hebrew, but it turns out it doesn't.

Attached to this foot is a wonderful lady.  She makes me smile.

Bike rides with my son are what I look forward to after the workday is over.

My boy took a couple of pics of his parents and a good friend dining at Rice in Dover.  This was the setting for "Deuce", a tragic tale I posted.

The Sunday money shot.
Not too shabby for a landfill.
See you next week.


  1. I like your weekly summary posts. Kids playing in a box. Now that brings back memories. My brothers and I used to get in a big cardboard box, close the ends and slide down the steep bank next to the railroad tracks. Some of the best fun we had as kids. The only problem was that the box was only good for two or three slides before it was completely torn apart. Of course our parents never knew that we went box sliding. Thanks for stirring up that good memory. Have a good week.

  2. Very nice, my cat goes crazy over boxes...sometimes it is the simplest of things!!

    I have a new post and interview up I think you will enjoy!

    Art by Karena

  3. Great pictures!
    I LOVE that sign, so true.