in the “old” (read: before construction) museum, there was an odd little storage room in the hall between offices. It was used to store floor kits, and we call it “The Cave.” Now, a new room is used for this purpose. Since the door and trim around it are painted blue, it was named “The Blue Cave.”
I had been noticing that a lot of people were wearing jeans at a retirement party after work, and I got thinking–why are jeans blue anyway? and decided blue jeans fit my theme nicely.
So this started out as a picture of just blue jeans. But then Bridget pulled out the denim hat too (it’s her special “crafty” hat), and I declared her to be a vision in blue and went with that.
The theme of the week is “blue.” At the end of June and beginning of July, I spent a week on the color red, and it was pretty fun.
This hydrangea bloom is the last burst of color in the yard, aside from green. I’m sure it will fade soon enough, as will the green and we’ll be in a season of drab grays and browns. …sigh…
I can’t remember the last time Doug actually bought Sam Adams at a liquor store…I’m guessing this box was used to pack up a bunch of 6-packs of other stuff that he likes better now.
I like my Jetta. Its name is Monty, and he has served me well over the years. I don’t put much by cars, they’re just a way to get from point A to point B, but the VW is a nice little car.
and see? there’s me! taking the picture!
The funny thing about street signs is, when you’re in your car they don’t seem all that big. But when you approach them on foot, they are much higher up than you’d think and much bigger.
There are a lot of signs at work over various exhibits. I picked this letter off the Art Studio.
As I puttered around this morning, I kept hearing this tap-tap-tapping noise outside the house. When I left for work, this is what I saw up on the side by the guest room window.
any suggestions on how to get rid of him would be most welcome.
There used to be a McDonald’s in the building at work, and I avoided it at all costs. It’s gone now, and in its place we have an ABP, which is, in some ways, even more dangerous.
There are large windows above the doors as you enter South Station. They often contain large print ads. Right now they are advertising Blue Man Group (which, if you haven’t seen…hellloooo! what are you waiting for!); at any rate, this L is from the word “BALD.”
This week, for no particular reason, I am going to photograph the letters of my name (plus the first initial of my last name to make 7 letters).
This “A” is probably fairly recognizable to some. I can’t promise that will be true of the rest of the letters I photograph this week…I’ll just have to see what catches my eye.