I was talking to my mom recently, and she let it be known oh-so-casually and politely that there had been a distinct paucity of fresh and recent imagery involving my children, her grandchildren. This fact is undeniable. As partial compensation … Continue reading →
When I got home this afternoon, we had Hurricane Sandy out in the Atlantic a couple hundred miles east. We were getting some warm, soft rain and warm breezes, overcast, even light – so I decided to play photographer for … Continue reading →
I’ve gone long enough without looking at these that they no longer infuriate me. I don’t know what that means. So I’m throwing them out to fend for themselves, metaphorically speaking (all rights reserved, don’t ya know). I believe that … Continue reading →
Last couple weeks were a busy one, y’all. First the wife takes the kids off to Gainesville to stay with her mom for a week, then they all come back here for a couple of days. Then, just as my … Continue reading →
The KSC All-American Picnic was exactly that, folks. Mayberry, USA. They had roasted corn – all of us went to town on it, yo. Violet looked especially American while eating an ear of roasted corn, I’d say.
That’s me, a group of my co-workers, an astronaut, and a Space Shuttle. Good times, good times.
Just to TRY to put this building in perspective… the blue field on which the stars are arrayed in the American Flag graphic? That blue field is the size of a regulation basketball court. Each star is about 6 feet across. The red and white stripes are the width of traffic lanes on the Interstate.
OK, fine. If people somewhere out there in the intertubes might be paying attention, I suppose that I’ll start with the actual updating. Updating habits like mine are why the RSS feed was invented, you know. It’s like someone sends … Continue reading →