Mona Monarch was in a fatal hit and run accident on October 29, 2018 at Olympic Circle. She was heading to Mexico for her winter vacation. In lieu of cut flower arrangements, family members have requested beautiful flowers be planted in Mona’s honor. Funeral arrangements donated by Grasshopper & Sons Funeral Home. Date: October 29, 2018 Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS 5D Mark IV) Lens: My beloved 100 mm macro lens (Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L macro IS) Location: Dallas, TX Notes: As I pulled in to the parking lot at work, I noticed the butterfly at our circle drive. … Continue reading Mona Monarch
Last year I purchased an assembled HO scale building for $5.00. It was a good price, good condition and has great potential. The original signs were still on the windows and the entire building was unpainted. (The plastic really is … Continue reading Spend $100, Receive a Free Flamingo Statue!
Date: March 4, 2018 Camera: Rockalita Sunshine (Canon EOS 5D Mark IV) Lens: My beloved 100 mm macro lens (Canon EF 100mm f/2.8 L macro IS) Notes: Take the time to admire the daffodils – even when they are covered in dirt! Continue reading Spring Cleaning at the Dallas Arboretum!
I showed my friend Tore the progress I was making on an HO scale structure. Tore: “You’re scratch building!” I looked at him and denied it. I questioned if I met the requirements. After all, I measured an existing structure … Continue reading I’m a scratch builder
I didn’t know I had skills or interest in making HO scale model buildings. I started with an inexpensive kit to make kiosks. The domed roof kiosk features purple polka dot Duck Tape and silver beads on the edge of … Continue reading Skill Development
If you missed or have forgotten the story, click to read Part 1 and Part 2. Breaking News! Detective Solomon and his team have apprehended the individual responsible for killing 5 insects on Electronic Lane. Dr. Rip M 2Shreds … Continue reading Murder Mystery: Part 3
A coworker recently experienced a house fire. Everyone escaped without injury. My friend and I joined the group of volunteers to help with the Rescue-Retrieval Mission. We helped salvage the few belongings that could be saved— clothes, kitchenware and a … Continue reading House Fire
If you missed Part 1 or want to enjoy it again, click here. It was a rough weekend for the community. Family and friends gathered to bury not four, but five of their neighbors. The most recent loss was Beatrice … Continue reading Murder Mystery: Part 2
Ever wonder how canned sliced mushrooms get prepared? Take a look. Miniatures like Jack spend their time splitting mushrooms. It’s a lot of work, but Jack loves his profession. The next time you have mushrooms, think of Jack. 🙂 Location: … Continue reading Canned Sliced Mushrooms
Henry found a delightful reading nook at Tishomingo National Wildlife Refuge. I stood at this location for several minutes, taking photos, inhaling the smell of the forest, imagining myself becoming part of the scenery. I could smell mushrooms and … Continue reading Reading Nook