Street vendors, street performers, street musicians…. lively.
Bridge Pedal… Our friends are awesome, each and every one. Four of them decided to take the Providence Bridge Pedal ride with us. Sandy, being Sandy, had to do it her way. We love this girl. Fun loving, full of life, sweet, incredibly sincere and giving… you are fantastic. So glad you were along for the adventure last Sunday.
Finally, some last words on Christmas. We couldn’t get through the day without the must have foot shot. Here we are, in all of our pajama clad, footed glory. The pups didn’t get in on the action, but they were there. One big happy family. On another note… just want to say to Don, Karen’s dad, that we are thinking of you, and sending you much love.
The theme for this week’s photo hunt is wrinkled. I took this one in April of this year. It’s a close up of my brother, he’s younger, 20 months younger, so that should tell you that I have more wrinkles than he does. I’m always taking strange photos. This one was taken as we waited with friends to get into a great breakfast place, called Gravy, on Mississippi Avenue. Their specialty is… yep, you guessed it, gravy. I think my bro looks good here. You can’t see all of him, but if you did you’d say he looked good too. He’s a stud. Notice the wrinkles are mostly smile lines. It’s a genetic thing… we all smile. All the time. It’s sickening.
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