What? Friday already? What a busy yet quick week! I feel as though much was accomplished because here we are with a bunch of new Congressmen, Representatives and Senators, all ready to stop the pointless bickering and put Americans back to work, lower taxes, provide reasonable health care and quality education for all. That’s what all the ads and commercials were promising up to Tuesday. I’m just sitting back and waiting for bigger checks, better doctors and smarter kids. I’m so excited for the future!
Actually what I am excited about is my new phone. Phone! Seriously, I barely talk on it, text to Mr. B on occasion, check e-mail a bit more frequently. What I really use it for is a camera which is so funny because I have a camera but for some reason, because it wasn’t a phone, I never used it. Now that I have the phone with the camera, there’s no end to my photo opportunities.
I know it’s time to get into a new season but spookiness continues–as you can see by this picture of our neighbors porch I took on my way to class last night.
This is what it looks like during the daytime. Isn’t it nice to know scary things always look better in daylight?
Holiday commercials have replaced the campaign ads–argh, sadly, I never thought I’d become sick of hearing, It’s the most wonderful time of the year…”. I found the first Christmas house of the season in Beverly last night. I think this is a record–supposedly this house was decorated on the first of November.
I’ve taken the folding Bianchi on a few adventures–it’s such a fun little bike and I don’t care how I look riding it. What a find, it needs a tune-up and new tires but still ridable right out of the box.
Here’s the irony shot: the bicycle in front of the massive coal burning electric plant. Don’t you just feel the message here? If we all rode folding bikes, we wouldn’t need a coal burning plant!
Here’s a couple of nice pictures that have nothing to do with my bike or coal:
Ending with one of my favorite pictures of all time that never fails to make me smile.