My brother, Sam, sister, Maddie, and parents, Steve and Karla, drove down from Minneapolis for Thanksgiving and we went on a hike while the turkey was cooking. Then I carved the turkey according to an instructional youtube video and we ate on the coffee table.
Tiny apartment = creative use of resources.
There was another good one today (although getting ever earlier). The below-pictured lamppost on Dublin Ave provided a nice focal point.
Although Wal-Mart’s stronghold in Columbia is unshakable, this old location on Nifong is finally being torn down. Only the front wall is still intact. Thank you for shopping.
Looks like they all dropped at once. Apparently with a slight breeze from the left.
Self-portrait study on
Jill Greenberg’s style.
Shot from the performance at Kayotea a few nights ago. I can’t remember the band name…
My co-worker Tramez’s car had its final day on the road today.
Two guitarists on their way to the Kayotea open mic night end up talking to a couple guys on Broadway.
Sneakers hanging over Chapel Hill Road. I associate it with loneliness for some reason… I don’t know why, but it’s my blog so I don’t need to explain it.