There were actually a number of people inside, and had a taken the shot from the other direction I would have got them all. But I kind of liked this guy sitting by himself at the front counter, eating his dinner.
so my theme this week is “outside looking in.” I was observing the other day all the lit up windows I saw as I walked along outside, and thought it could make for some interesting pictures.
I always think the trees look like they are wearing hairnets.
yes, it’s the third day in a row of a cat picture, but this one’s not of Parker. This is Daisy, who was fascinated by some scent on Doug’s jeans.
Doug set up a chat room so we could remotely celebrate Thanksgiving with family in other places. Of course, Parker wanted to be a part of it.
On the day before Thanksgiving, Parker is grateful for tuna. I, as always, am grateful for Parker, who makes me laugh.
My boss is collecting plastic shopping bags for an activity at work. Look at all the pretty colors they come in.
Still three days til Thanksgiving and Russo’s is a madhouse. Look at the “Express” Line snaking around the corner up there. I know by the time I got through the line, I had a new best friend in the woman behind me.
this is just a little island at an intersection on a residential street nearby. and it has a chair. maybe it’s for the mail carrier if he needs a break.
on a side note, apparently a house right near here had the boiler explode about an hour before I took this shot.
These animals always look like they’re smiling. This guy is named Happy Sampson, in the tradition of a nearby zoo naming all its tiger salamanders Happy something.