I hope everyone had the best holidays. Ours were not very eventful. Spent time with family and friends. What else could be better?
I don’t want to whine about work because I am grateful to be employed but it’s gotten stressful and I might not always handle the stress so well. We are on the verge of being sold so everyday there is a million different things to stay on top of. Glad to have a four day break though.
Also, worried that if the new company takes over where or not they keep me. I just want everyone else to be okay. I know if it goes down that way I’ll be fine. I hope.
Decided to try and move around more by riding my bike. I really hate it because it’s work but getting used to it.
I can’t wait to get so into it that I’m posting about it on FB all the time!
Gonna keep the words brief and just let the pics speak for themselves.
Went to the Houston Zoo. Captured rhino butt.
A real happy crow.
We had so much rain that my yard was a pond and some ducks were loving it.
Of course Harley had to pose for the camera.
And this lizard just needed to stretch and chill for a bit.
Hope you enjoyed the pics. If you want more details about the pics please ask in the comment section.
Just a few pics that I should have share a while back. I hope all are well.
They are building a new freeway close to my backyard. They have some interesting items like these cables in the ground.
Of course Harley is well.
And this was in the ditch close to my house. Kind of weird to see this. I can imagine all sorts of stories of how this got there but don’t want to believe any of them are true.
The mild temps have been great. Harley sure enjoys being outside when it’s not to hot. We have just a few more weeks before it become unbearable.
I should have shared a color version of these photos. They looked great that way too.
I love this pic but I was hoping to catch the other side of the feather. It is blue. I’m not real fond of yellow.
Then again these yellow wild flowers look great.
Bus Driver by occupation,pro photographer, businessman in the making, wannabe musician, amateur designer/artist/writer/poet, a native of Detroit now living in Suburbia. Here is where I pretty much unwind whatever's on the brain.