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March 5: Do you ever look around at inanimate objects, and see metaphors of your life? For some reason my gearshift always makes me think about how close the ultimate cruising speed is to going in reverse...
March 6: I paid ten dollars for this picture. That was the price of these glasses, and she's probably worn them once since then (they could be broken by now, for all I know) -- but sometimes a dad is just powerless to resist.
March 7: Last night (Saturday night) our power went off at about 10:30 pm. After a minute, I went outside to see if the neighbors were without power too -- they weren't. So I went to the breaker box, which is an older box, on the side of our house. Something wasn't right. Then I realized what it was.
The door had been pulled off of the box, and every breaker was tripped -- not just the main.
Someone snuck into our yard, and shut off the power to our house.
I realize it was probably some stupid kids, but I dreamt about axe murderers that night.
March 8: The word on the Gatorade bottle was just calling to me. And it had nothing to do with the fact that it was 11:45 pm.
March 9: Care to venture a guess as to who one that game?
March 10: This is a piece I like to call "Up close and personal, with my pores."
I was trying to get a cool reflection in my sunglasses -- while driving.
(Can you see that stray gray hair in my sideburn?)
March 11: How did we get to day 70 already?
Thursdays are hard for me, photographically speaking, because I'm trying to get home and get the link up before midnight, so I usually end up taking pictures of crap in my car, on the drive home.
I did that today too, but on my way into the house, this little flash of green in my yard caught my eye. The people who owned our house before us were -- apparently -- wonderful gardners. We got our first full viewing of the show last year. From early Spring to early Autumn, our front yard is quite a beautiful display (I feel like I'm holding on by my fingertips to keep it that way).
I don't remember what these little starts are, but I know they'll be spectacular.
Have a wonderful week!