As a punctuation mark on our wacky weather recently, today it hailed pea-sized chunks for several minutes.
On a rainy, stormy day in Memphis, I’m thinking of this bridge near Gunner Pool in Arkansas and wondering how high the Sylamore Creek is right now.
Go Grizz! We are up 2-1 on the series, and a win tonight would put us in the driver’s seat.
We got a bit of rain (though, no “baseball-sized hail”), but the riding was excellent!
Dave and I traveled to the Sylamore section of the Ozark National Forest. In this photo, we are trying to weave our way through the hummingbirds at the door of Cody’s Restaurant in Fifty Six, Arkansas, to get some dinner.
I like this perspective of the staircase in the building where I work.
While it is too cloudy to tell time, this sundial is on the side of the Physics Tower.
Jacob and Ethan with the Easter Bunny on Saturday. Ethan doesn’t know what to make of it.
Ethan and Pat Pennington, at Jacob’s game last Saturday.
A locovore restaurant near downtown Memphis, on Madison.
Gettin’ lost on 2-wheels with Dave. This is little spot near Sardis Lake.
Katherine and Hayley Katherine Pennington.
4-5 year old soccer is interesting.
Chilling in the front yard at sunset.
I came outside one morning to find Lucky, the cat that lives next door, standing on the rim of the birdbath. By the time I snapped the picture, all you could see was his tail disappearing into the plants below.
Johnny Ballgame invited us over for rooftop beers and take in the sunset last night. Glorious view…
Apparently, it rained today. I work about 20 feet underground, so I never heard the storm. While I was playing with the dogs this evening, I came upon some ducks, rooting around in the puddles at Snowden School for food. They weren’t scared of me, but when Jake came close, they flew off in a […]
Kath and I ran into this walking back to our car from the Overton Park Crawfish Festival. I imagined that he was emerging from this mailbox with superpowers to take revenge for the massacre of his extended family. I’m glad we were headed the other way…Â 😉
Mazzy and I biked out to Shelby Farms on the Greenline today. She smiled all the way out and back. Every time we stopped, people wanted to pet her.
I spent most of Friday upgrading a test ODS database to 8.2. If you don’t know what that means, be thankful… So, yeah, my mind kept going back to this flower in San Diego.