My sister-in-law is growing a vegetable garden with a good amount of success so far. She spotted these two siamese cucumbers, only a couple inches long at this point. Wonder how they’ll turn out.
This is Neon. He’s a little over 16 hands, which means he’s really really tall.
Apparently Doug hasn’t yet earned the right to sit in a Big Boy Chair.
Seven of Nine guards my printer and keeps it safe from attack.
There was this enormous mass of teenagers crossing the bridge this morning. There were so many of them that all the regular commuters walked on the street rather than try to walk on the sidewalk with them all. I have no idea where there were going, just glad it wasn’t to my workplace.
This is one proud pigeon.
For more pigeon fun, just ask Bert.
it amuses me that the warning cones read “people working” and not “men working.” I don’t know if I’ve ever seen a woman up on the side of a building. Not that I’d want this sort of job…
Remember the gulls that were nesting on the roof at work last year? Well, they’re back! Not sure if this is mom or dad, since they take turns sitting on the nest. I hope to chronicle their time more fully this year since I’ve caught them early.
Jen and Ari take advantage of a break in the ceremony to say a few quiet words to Jen’s daughter.
because it was too cute to ignore. the laundry was clean before this happened.
came out of work this afternoon and the city was nearly gone!!! for a moment I thought the world really was going to end, then I decided it was just fog.