One of the bridges you have to cross to get to Glenn's office. I should know the name of it, but I don't. This was taken under the bridge. I love the view from the 'proper' side, too! I like living so close to the waterfront.
Yesterday we had to start Sammy on a clear diet and liquid laxatives to 'clear out' his system in preparation for the upper and lower endoscopy he is having Tuesday. But the kid ain't dumb. He refused the Miralax and the Magnesium Citrate (above) - much to the dismay of the doctor. The only thing we could get down him were the chocolate flavored ExLax!
Today Glenn took us all to the beach in St Mary's county (the Chesapeake Bay). Sammy and Jake LOVE the water. They made a beeline for it as soon as they saw it and it was all we could do to keep them out of it. Jake couldn't understand why he couldn't just crawl right through it! Here is Sam, sporting his new life vest and Daddy sporting his new swim suit.
I'm interested in vintage and vernacular signage. This one was actually just completed as the old one came down in a nasty storm we had in the early spring. I can't recall exactly what the old one looked like, but this is a pretty good duplicate I think!
This Project 365 is my second effort to chronicle the lives of me and my family through a photo a day. But if there is anything I know about myself, it's that I'm not as disciplined as I should be or want to be, and my first one ended when I ran out of steam. This one was supposed to be launched on the day my husband joined me in the USA but technical difficulties delayed that. So there's no magic start date... it's just gonna happen! I hope this 365 'year' will offer lots of new and exciting adventures to chronicle.
The title of the blog is a quote from Juan Ramon Jimenez and reflects the high probability of the occasional deviation from traditional Project 365 rules. I just can't help myself!