Current Photo Friday theme: Flower
It’s so hot and dry today that all the flowers at Houndstooth Hall look miserable. Here’s one from Debby’s Fairy Garden. That brown blur in the background is Jack rooting around in one of her flower pots. There will be cooler and better days ahead for Houston and its residents.
Current Photo Friday theme: Landscape
Wilson Arch, Moab, Utah
Current Photo Friday theme: Golden
I love this bracelet my mother had for her five grandchildren because it’s simple and old-fashioned. In order here, not by age, are charms for Sarah, Gina, Josh, Daniel, and Aaron. Their birthdates are engraved on the backs of the charms. Aaron came along more than two decades after the first grandchild, Daniel, so his is different from the other two boys’ charms. It took me a while to find a place in Houston that carried them, and I don’t remember what year I gave her the charm to complete her bracelet.
Current Photo Friday theme: Ocean
I was shooting through the square of a deck railing from a shop in Galveston which lent the photo a vignette effect.
Current Photo Friday theme: Orderly
For a while, we’ve been including CD holders among our holiday and birthday gifts to Tim so he could get his music collection in order. He has filled up a couple of the holders, but it’s one of those projects that requires more leisure time than his job and RPM board membership give him. So Tom has been alphabetizing Tim’s massive CD collection and putting them into the CD holders. I can’t wait to see how many holders are filled when this job is over. And then I can’t wait to start ripping some of this music because OMG TIM HAS EVERYTHING.
Current Photo Friday theme: Animal
But those eyes.
Current Photo Friday theme: Vertical
OMG! New Orleans!
Current Photo Friday theme: Summer
A little summer fashion, New Orleans style.
Current Photo Friday theme: Glass
Current Photo Friday theme: Sunset
Could be the bucolic end of a day next to a pond. But it’s actually a sobering end of the day after overflowing bayous caused by Hurricane Ike flooded this green space in 2008.