With the sleet/ice we’ve had on the ground all week, it gave me another opportunity to take photos just for myself (rather than the constant sports stuff I have to shoot). On Monday evening, freezing rain fell for a few hours, turning to sleet overnight. The sleet continued to fall all day Tuesday, stacking up[...]
Today, Marline and I set up and took a few photos , with the intention of messing with them in Photoshop. Here are two samples:
Well, it’s freakin’ cold. This morning, it was 17 degrees (F) when I went to work, and tonight it’s supposed to be 5 degrees. Five. Wow. Not bad for Oklahoma. My brother said it was -20 in Spokane a couple of weeks ago, so I don’t feel too bad. By the way, I called him[...]
I didn’t take any pictures today; just too busy. But my wife and I found time to watch “Righteous Kill,” starring Al Pacino and Robert DeNiro. It wasn’t quite as good as we were hoping for, but still not too bad. It’s worth a watch, I guess, just to see both of their faces on[...]
In December, Marline and I took our annual portraits, this time at Seminole’s city park. But I forgot to format or upload them until yesterday. Here they are , for anyone who wants to take a look.
When I was a child, I dreamed vividly almost every night. This went on into young adulthood, but my dreams grew less frequent during the past 5-10 years. Last night, though, I had one of the most vivid dreams I’ve experienced in many months. I was shopping in a grocery store. It was evening. I[...]
Marline and I stayed indoors all day today — it’s gotten cold again, plus we didn’t have anything to do outside anyway. We watched Jumper, which wasn’t that bad of a movie, and then watched the Minnesota Vikings lose to the Philadelphia Eagles. In the evening, while waiting for dinner to cook, I took a[...]
Today, my extended family gathered in Seminole for the funeral of my uncle Paul Troglin. A few photos were taken before and after the services. Here they are (I’m all dressed up, for those who don’t get to see that very often).
Here are my photos from Jan. 2. So far, so good.