Rescued Pets Movement is proud to be part of Best Friends’ annual Strut Your Mutt fundraising event. We’re hoping to stay in first place with our fundraising campaign, and we know we’ll have a lot of fun at the October 15 Strut Your Mutt day in Houston. Come out and join us!
If you can’t join us, you can still donate. This year, I didn’t form my own team. Instead, I donated to Timothy J. Lambert’s team. He would LOVE for you to help him reach his fundraising goal. You can go to his team page and read why this matters to him and even donate by clicking here: Houston: Timothy Lambert.
Thank you for helping us take Houston’s dogs and cats (and so far, two PIGS!) from death row to loving homes. We will always work to save them all!
Current Photo Friday theme: Seven Day Challenge
Unfinished Project 7: Leisure Time. I once had this vision of friends sitting with me around the table on winter evenings and Craft Nights, a fire in the fireplace, while we colored and talked and listened to good music. Time to color? Ha! That’s as crazy a concept as a “winter evening” in Houston.
The current Photo Friday theme involves taking photos of anything for seven days. I’ll be posting seven days of photos that I’m calling Unfinished Projects.
Today, October 5, was the sixteenth anniversary of the first episode that aired of Gilmore Girls. Netflix teamed up with more than 200 coffee shops across the U.S. to celebrate and to promote the four new Gilmore Girls movies that will air on the network in late November. I love coffee, and I love Gilmore Girls, so I went to Houston’s Bosta coffee shop and snapped a few photos for my fellow fans.
Unlike at one pop-up location, Luke portrayer Scott Patterson wasn’t there. But Luke’s personality was strongly present.
Luke never smiles like this beautiful barista!
Lorelai was there in spirit–under the coffee sleeve.
Looking forward to the end of next month when we can all visit Luke’s and Stars Hollow with our favorite residents–and Kirk!–again.
In happier than unfinished projects Houndstooth Hall news, the break in Houston’s heat and humidity means this is ready to be enjoyed. If the mosquitos will cooperate.
Current Photo Friday theme: Industrial
This photo is eight years old, and weirdly, I still remember the day and place I took it. It’s a ceiling in a Starbucks, and I was taking an afternoon to myself to chill and shoot photos around the city less than two weeks before my mother died.
Current Photo Friday theme: Civilization
They paved paradise…
Current Photo Friday theme: Powerful
Current Photo Friday theme: Structural
Your Name Here
Current Photo Friday theme: Alone
Rest at the end of the trail.
Picked these up a couple of weeks ago at Brazos Bookstore when buying a copy of Paul Lisicky’s beautifully written memoir The Narrow Door.