Various Facebook friends nominated each other for a photo challenge. Something like this: “I was nominated by [name]. Seven days, seven black and white photos. No explanations. No people. I nominate [name].” I’m glad no one nominated me because I don’t like being nominated for these online games. But this particular idea appealed to me[…]
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Rebecca last nursed on Tuesday, March 13, at 17 months and two days old. My wife had planned to wean her during this month, ending on or before the 18-month mark, but Rebecca took herself off yesterday, switching to full-on cow’s milk and regular food. There’s a chance of course that it’s only a temporary[…]
Today’s picture word was “someone else”. Since most of my pictures are of Rebecca, and Marline comes in at a distant second place, I took “someone else” to mean me. So I got in front of the camera for this one. The camera is mounted to a Mannfroto Magic Arm, which is attached to playground[…]
Weather: 39°F when I woke up at 5 a.m., heavy thunderstorms until dawn. Continued rainy all day. High was 43°F. Rebecca helped me with another photo project:
Sorry no post yesterday; didn’t really have anything to say… Everything went pretty smoothly. Today is going well also — I’m always in a better mood on my wife’s last work day of a stretch, knowing that she’s off for the next few days… Just like it’s her “Friday”; it’s mine too.
You may remember my recent entry about the percentage system. Yesterday was our first “100% day” in a while. (1 image after the jump)
In a recent entry, I noted Rebecca’s growing understanding of concepts like “in”, “on”, “under”, etc. Yesterday, she took this a step further. (1 image after the jump)
As I briefly mentioned at the end of my previous entry, we didn’t celebrate Thanksgiving on Nov. 24, due to my wife’s work schedule. Partly because of the trip to New York and partly due to a co-worker’s illness, she worked five days straight (Nov. 22-26), including the holiday. (2 images after the jump)
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Rebecca is still trying to crawl, and a few times in the past week, she’s actually forced her way across a room (usually trying to get to her “food” — Mommy). But her favorite position now is standing.
Last night, snow began falling at about 9:30 p.m., then changed over to sleet, and back to snow. By morning, we had almost an inch. It’s the first snow we’ve seen since moving into the new house, and only the second snow since moving to Killeen in 2009. My wife left for work around 4:45[…]
As mentioned in my previous entry, my wife and I moved our bed into a smaller bedroom to avoid noise from upstairs. The actual “master” bedroom of our apartment is 14′ x 11′, which was perfect for us. The bedroom where we’re sleeping now is only 10′ x 10′. That’s just barely big enough for[…]
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(Copyright © 2006 by Wil C. Fry. All rights reserved.) Just having some fun… I’ve been wanting to do another “clone” shot, and Marline willingly obliged.
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(Copyright © 2006 by Wil C. Fry. All rights reserved.)
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See the larger version of this picture, as well another version, here.
During one of our little tours around Seminole County, Marline and I found this dead-end dirt road, with the sunset’s light filtering in from the west. I called it “Road to Nowhere.”