Setting the standard for parental embarrassment, sixteen years running.
It's time I come out of the closet and admit it: I "do" these once a day. Sometimes twice. I'm not ashamed.
This rainbow looked way more impressive at the time!
Trees, roots, & soil-based economics are common themes in the parade
May Day Parade- the spiders are also out after a long winter.
More May Day fun- something about corporate greed/ bailout madness (not "swine flu")
Happy May Day fun! (Minneapolis)
After show meal at Hong Kong Noodle (mpls) hit the spot. Or maybe we were just really hungry.
Feelin' peachy in my Keens [groan]. Not the sexiest, but u know what they say about wide feet: wide shoes! :p
My best bacon-broccoli-cheddar quiche ever. Dinner is served!
I'm not the only one enjoying this sunny day! I think these chives are telling me it's time to make veggie dip.
Spring has sprung in Minneapolis! Uncovering signs of new life beneath last fall's leaves.
In SF Chinatown it's not about the window dressing...it's about the taste.
One of the many things I really miss about living in SF's Mediterranean climate.
Wow! I figure I can recreate the waterfalls in my backyard. The dwarf trees? Maybe not.
The Japanese Tea Garden in Golden Gate Park is BOMB!!!
Statue, drum & incense store next to a bong shop. Where else but Haight-Ashbury?
SFMoMA- Henri Matisse to the rescue! (Woman with a Hat)
SFMOMA- Yes, it is a urinal. Marcel Duchamp's not so subtle "lesson" of what constitutes art.
San Fran. Museum of Modern Art- black poodles encircling white baby- not sure about the meaning, but a dazzling display!
Scallions, AKA green onions, are a staple item in any well-stocked kitchen. (Please stop me b4 I shoot again!)
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