Discussion in 'Miscellaneous' started by Boo!, Aug 10, 2012.
I love the Easter bunny picture!
What great pics, Tom. Your daughter is beautiful!
Celebrated my 29th birthday by seeing Muse on Saturday night. Eee! Best live show ever.
My sister (purple hair) took these!
Just in case I hadn't already said so, Happy Birthday! Lookin' good as always!
Love those Autumn colours... and awesome picture of your wife!
Thanks, but, um, that's not my wife! She's just some random person who happened to be sitting there.
TheSeeker, I think you have a good eye for composition.
The snowy rooftops with the two pigeons is my favorite.
I love the TOS phaser mounted on the bookcase. And the Reservoir Spartans.
Great pictures!! Glad you had a good time, Muse are definitely on my list for "need to see live" bands.
Awesome. Muse are one of the best live bands on the planet.
I saw them back in the 90s before their first album was out, in a 200 capacity club, and they were amazing back then too.
If you can believe it I actually took that one from my daughter's bedroom. I didn't even open the window!
Snowquester has hit. It's snowing like crazy.
This is wet, heavy, heart attack snow.
Nice snow shots, hard to believe we are already playing little league baseball out here in the west...
Thank you all! She's really coming into her own, personality wise. I too love the easter bunny pictures. Kind of a last minute decision to take those, have to credit the photographer on those.
Today is our 9th anniversary, and we are both working from our home offices, so last night, hubby surprised me with this little gift:
It's about the size of a dime, which is perfect and, of course, it's blue, so I love it.
^Ooh! Very pretty!
Auntiehill, wow, that is gorgeous! Good work by your hubby.
And to those commenting on Muse: yes!! They really are. This was my second time seeing them. My first was in 2010 for the Resistance Tour.
I've been madly in love with them since 2001 or so, when I first watched the Hullabaloo live dvd. I had listened to their albums prior, but seeing how great they were live was what really got me hooked. And then live in person... took it to an entirely different level of wow.
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