OK raise your hand if you currently have or have ever had one of these in your home. Now keep your hand up if you’ve ever been concerned about the threat printed on them.
Most people, upon cleaning their office, find old files, outdated memos, a stash of envelopes they forgot about. I find boxes of AlkaSeltzer, microscopes, and flashlights. And upon reorganizing most people label things by date or by project. I make labels like “Skulls”, “Balloons” and “Mirrors and Shiny Things.”
clearly, the only appropriate way to say the name of this new eatery is like this: “CHEEEEEEEEEEEZ-Booooy!!!!”
must be Fall.
I’m especially fond of Honey Crisps.
About 10 years ago, I declared myself done with going to the movies–too expensive, too many annoying people. Luckily, that was right around the time Netflix was really starting to expand. I’ve never regretted my anti-movie theater decision, especially since I am completely unimpressed with and uninspired by this fall’s new crop of TV.
Although the biggest favor of the day came from Mother Nature, who gave the happy couple a glorious and sunny fall day.
This is the sort of thing you might find sitting on a storage shelf where I work.
It’s nice to see a reptile and amphibian getting on so nicely.
This is what happens when Akemi brings chocolate to a meeting that Lok is also at.
This is what an exhibit looks like before you, the museum visitor, see it.
You may recall last time there were Children from Hangzhou in the boxes. This time there are Five Friends from Japan.
I spotted this fellow (?) as I was leaving the gym and took a few shots of him. Some of the other shots were technically better, or better composed, but I often choose my picture based on which one makes me smile. This is one of those.
Plus, you can see me in it, which is kind of fun.