from beginning to the end.
Some rest and relaxation is in order.
The week in pics.
I love dogs (especially driving ones).
Mom's faithful companion of 12 years passed away this week.
Sleep peacefully, Miss Maddie.
I saw this coat in Target and it made me think of my Grandmom. Pretty sure she owned the original.
I guess art is about taste. I was ready to buy this and my wife just scowled.
Tough to see, but in the middle of my parent's roof there is a squirrel sunning itself during the coldest day yet.
I switched from coffee to tea this week and then tried to switch back, only to find I no longer like coffee.
On the plus side, tea hooks me up with words of wisdom
(just no buzz).
I know you want to leave me.
But I refuse to let you go.
If I have to beg, plead
for your sympathy-
I don't mind,
because you mean that much to me.
Sunrise over Phoenix, AZ.
Accidental citrus peel heart.
(Orange you glad I didn't use a lame-ass pun)?
I ain't a doctor, but I think it might be broke.
I would love to work security, just so I could check the dog's ID.
Kudos to vounteers, because they do what they out of the kindness of their hearts.
I had a biopsy done under my arm and got right loopy on anesthesia. I don't remember much about it, but my wife won't let me live it down.
Getting ready for Hannukah with pirate-like gelt.
Kale was the vegetable of the week. I think I ate it a record of six times.
I needed all of the extra Vitamin K and iron to help family move from one side of Baltimore to the other.
Our foreman (seen here in the orange coat) was a slave driver. NO lunch break and we had to drink water from a wooden spoon and bucket.
I was paid richly in food, drink, and company.
F and family drove over 800 miles to return for a First State visit!
It was great to see the gang again.
The ladies were even able to get a yoga class in followed by coffee.
My wife found this grocery list at the bottom of a basket.
I'm glad this wasn't mine, because instructions like this would drive me to stare at cucumbers for hours.
See You next week.
It's a big one!