Monday, May 23, 2022
Saturday, May 21, 2022
Lucy disappeared two years ago, and her sister Ginger died recently. That leaves us only Clarence. Although photos generally don't do justice to his beauty, Pam got a nice shot of him on our bed.
Although I'm fishing very little these days, I still maintain an interest in the activity. I've been out on the pond a couple of times this month and both times caught a few bluegills. On an evening trip, I took a picture of the sun setting before walking home.
The Jewish students at the University set up displays in the center of the mall a few weeks ago:
Friday, May 6, 2022
Thursday, March 31, 2022
This picture was taken by my son-in-law Sean during our November visit to Brooklyn. I'm now using it as my official Facebook picture because I feel it accurately represents my current self-image, and when I posted it the photo was widely complimented because of its quality and her beauty.
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
Wednesday, February 2, 2022
We've had a few so far this winter although none have been severe. The latest came last Friday, and this is what it looked like in the park on Saturday.
Friday, January 28, 2022
While walking along the Paint Branch Trail earlier this month I had these two sightings on the same day. First, I saw a few people staring at something a few feet from the trail, and when I got to the spot there was this heron standing still as they often do while stalking fish. Neither I nor the other on-lookers had an explanation for tis sight since herons normally flee when humans get too near. We speculated that the bird may have been injured although there were no visible wounds. Maybe he was just too cold to fly away.