A local department store is going out of business and everything must go… including their leg models from their shoe and hosiery department. I started out with just two legs. But then I had to buy more… I went home … Continue reading Legwork
Today’s Random Object Wednesday is the final feature for 2013. ———————————- I received an envelope in the mail on December 24th from Anthony, my godson who is almost three years old. When I saw who it was from I decided … Continue reading Random Object Wednesday: Saving the best for last!
I’ve been holding on to two photos since July. When I took the photos, I told my friend Jeff, “you wait and see! I’ll put these photos to use!” Jeff didn’t disagree. In fact, he expressed interest in seeing how … Continue reading Sparkly Footwear
Today’s Random Object Wednesday is made possible by Alana Jenkins! Alana specifically brought this object all the way from Oklahoma for me to photograph. Alana gave me the history of the stool, and I think the story is best expressed … Continue reading Random Object Wednesday: 3-legged milking stool!
It was nearly 9 pm at my local Kroger… closing time. Fortunately they had the automatic door propped open so I was able to walk in with ease. After grabbing the last package of meat in their ransacked meat department, … Continue reading Jelly Bean Disaster on Aisle 10…
Today’s Random Object Wednesday is made possible by James A. Vasil! Click here to read his bio. The watch was a gift to James as indicated by the etching on the back of the watch. Also notice the back of the watch … Continue reading Stay focused and keep a watchful eye
I wasn’t sure if my box lights were designed for the winter. I decided to take a chance and take one outdoors for a night photo shoot in my backyard. Technically, my backyard is a mess with an overgrown passion … Continue reading Winter Wonderland
I was walking very carefully on a very thick layer of ice at a park near my home. That’s when this bug caught my eye. You might recognize it – I’ve blogged about this bug before—it’s a wheel bug. If … Continue reading Frozen in time: A tribute to the wheel bug
I purchased the butterfly bush hoping it was true to its name. It lasted several years attracting butterflies to the garden. It took me awhile to place the scent of the blooms – it’s a familiar sweet scent – the … Continue reading Butterfly on Butterfly Bush
Driving along Texas State Highway in McKinney, I noticed an unexpected splash of color along the side of the road. I didn’t know where or how to get closer—so I recruited a friend to help make it happen. He parked … Continue reading Sunflowers
I wasn’t expecting to find a lonesome plate of cookies on mom’s kitchen counter. It was an abandoned or perhaps misplaced plate of cookies. Cookies should never be abandoned and they certainly are never left unwrapped. I started to approach … Continue reading Abandoned Plate of Cookies
Today’s Random Object Wednesday participant is Cheryl D. Parker. Click here to read her bio. I was very excited to hear she wanted to participate. She brought several items for me to photograph. I thought long and hard on how … Continue reading Random Object Wednesday: Hard to Top this Item: Part 1
I recently wandered to downtown Plano and found myself inside the Interurban Railway Museum. The tour was free and our guide walked us through the entire exhibit giving extra snip-its of information. I thought the tour ended but then the … Continue reading A tribute to the match strike plate
Spring at the Dallas Arboretum is the best time of year. I enjoy going multiple times during the season to see the transformation. During this visit the tulips were still in bloom. Some of the tulips were past … Continue reading Tulips