One of our azaleas always blooms before her sister.
UNC just didn’t sufficiently guard against the 3. No 1 or 2 seeds in the Final Four. Go VCU!
Frank and I took the excellentÂ Ghost River Brewery tour today. We’d both been on the tour before but never seen so many folks in the building before. If you find yourself in downtown Memphis on Saturday at 1 pm (and are over 21), this is a really fun way to spend an hour.
Hanging on the wall of our kitchen, not far from the fridge.
Haliburton Tower and Palmer Hall at Rhodes College on a beautiful Thursday afternoon in March.
This is a section of an Australian poster concerning the Stolen Generation in our house.
This little fella guards one of out planters on the front porch.
Some robins have adopted a nest under the eave of our porch again this year. Last year, we had three different sets of eggs born in the nest.
My mom has been visiting us this weekend, and it has been a joy to spend some time with her.
The azalia bushes in front of our house are about to pop.
This side of the building, located on the Rhodes College campus, faces North Parkway and is rarely seen by visitors.
Enjoying a little frisbee-time.
I just thought these new plants looked kinda neat, being so symmetrical in their curving.
Rhodes College is building a new dorm, called West Village, and this Crane is taking down the last tree in the construction area, just north of Glassell Hall.
Kath has this little picture hanging on the wall of her home office.
This is a photo of Oak Alley and Palmer Hall at Rhodes. Strangely, right now, the grass on the front lawn at Rhodes is either very green or very yellow.
Put me solidly in the camp of more development in Midtown Memphis, but it is a bit sad to realize that this church will probably be knocked down on a few days. The wrecking ball is standing over the structure like the sword of Damocles, and it is only a matter of time.
Nice atmosphere, but Bari’s food is much better.
The rehab on Overton Square cannot come fast enough for me.
This column holds up a part of my porch.