I'm always on the lookout for unique signs with misspellings or grammatical errors. This one fits the bill. I'm wondering if it would stand up in a court of...
posted on March 30, 2009
When we went to Coolidge Park last weekend, we stopped by the Arts' District, and these caught my eye. julie
posted on March 29, 2009
Banished from America's waterways as a cruise vessel, the 82-year-old sternwheel steamboat Delta Queen hopes to find new life as a floating hotel and lounge on...
posted on March 28, 2009
There are two kinds of light–the glow that illuminates, and the glare that obscures. James Thurber
posted on March 27, 2009
It's What's for Dinner
I don't usually like to take food shots, but I felt a little inspired on this evening. The photos aren't that great, but the meal is delicious! We Belle Skirts...
posted on March 26, 2009
purple purple sits on a throne of loneliness fragmented by angry red then diluted by moody blue An eroticism lent only by passion and royalty of these two and...
posted on March 25, 2009
Black Hawk Down
At a Heritage High School baseball game, a U.S. Army Blackhawk helicopter landed with the Silver Wings precision parachute team on board. With high wind gusts,...
posted on March 24, 2009
Blossoms at Peak
We planted a Japanese cherry tree at the foot of our yard several years ago. The blossoms make me so happy. They're so bright, the seem to glow in the dark....
posted on March 23, 2009
Kevin and I begin our walk on a trail in Chickamauga Battlefield. Pine beetles have destroyed a lot of the trees. We found lots of black walnuts on the trail....
posted on March 22, 2009
Tonight Heritage High School held their first Prom at Hunter Art Museum [huntermuseum.org]. All the families met at Coolidge Park in downtown Chattanooga to...
posted on March 21, 2009
I need a bail out!
I spent the first day of spring (last day of spring break) working on tax stuff - it is so not my cup of tea! Oh, and I came to the conclusion that our family...
posted on March 20, 2009
My Japanese cherry tree is blossoming. Yay for spring! jules
posted on March 19, 2009
Morning at the Zoo
Tracy [photoblog.com] and I went to the zoo this morning with Cash and five week old Luc. It brought back memories of when my kids were little - and all the...
posted on March 18, 2009
May Love and Laughter Light Your Days
Sunrise views brought to you from my backyard:) jules May love and laughter light your days, and warm your heart and home. May good and faithful friends be...
posted on March 17, 2009
As I begin my spring break, the first day brought clouds and rain. But, lo and behold, around 5:00 the sky opened up and revealed the sun. I took my camera...
posted on March 16, 2009
Sunday Morning Social
Before the doors open at church, we like to hang out in the commons area and visit. jules ~Adam and Katie~
posted on March 15, 2009
Happy Birthday, Nana!
Tonight we celebrated Nana's birthday. (Kevin's mom) I love and respect her as my own mother. She has helped shape my life in more ways than she will ever know...
posted on March 14, 2009
A Cold Room
Another teacher and I gave a presentation at a teacher inservice. I really do NOT like standing up and speaking to my peers. We didn't get to set up or even...
posted on March 13, 2009
“What a nice night for an evening.” Steven Wright
posted on March 10, 2009
Springtime is the land awakening. The March winds are the morning yawn. Lewis Grizzard
posted on March 09, 2009