Yesterday I attended a board meeting for the Arizona Center for Disability Law, which recently moved into the brand new Disabililty Empowerment Center. (Thanks to the Arizona Bridge for Independent Living for data on the center and the pictures on its site.) This amazing 62,000 square-foot facility is located at 5025 E Washington Street in […]
My brother, David Crook, dropped off my sister-in-law for a Think Tank meeting at my house, and proceeded to visit Wildlife World Zoo & Aquarium. I was torn, but I stayed home. Here is one of his photos of a King Vulture, redigitized by his envious sister:
Here’s a picture of me in my new PawFun.com T-shirt…with a picture of one of my two favorite cats: Shadow. PawFun.com is BL Ochman’s fabulous new site. You gotta go there. The T-Shirt is the finest I’ve ever had. And you can have so much fun making cards or shirts with your pet’s photo(s).
Yesterday I spotted my two cats on the back of the loveseat, snuggled down and cleaning eaching other. I caught this pose, then redigitized it, of Shadow cleaning L’il Bear.
My brother, David Crook, and I visited Desert Botanical Garden yesterday. The glass art work by Dale Chihuly was simply stunning. Here are a few of the photos. I edited them in various artistic software…it seemed to enhance the photos. Nothing can compare with the real thing, however.
Two photos taken today at Desert Botanical Garden with artistic rendering by me. Tomorrow I’ll have at least one slide show up. This is an amazing exhibit.
Meet my cute little nephew, Rhett. Here’s a picture of his parents, Brandon and Jenna Williams Simek holding their new little treasure…
Introducing Jaie Benson, a new friend who went from near death to hope because her physician insisted she couldn’t have Celiac Disease because she was African-American. Here’s her story: Just 6 weeks ago, I felt like I was dying. For the past 6 months, I have been really, really sick. Six weeks ago, I found […]
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