Roses and baby’s breath.
Only one pic taken with my iPhone all week. Saturday my Mom, son and I went to Genghis Grill for lunch where I snapped this pic. After lunch we went to Best Buy and Mom bought me an Apple TV, which we used that afternoon when I showed her all 900+ photos from our vacation. I’ve got to edit them some and put them up for others to see.
Several months ago Keith and I decided to go take our vacation to the New England area this fall to see the foliage. Our first stop was Boston where we spent a day and half looking around. We enjoyed the visit to Faneuil Hall and I used the 360 Panorama app on my iPhone.
The photo is the flat version so be sure to click on the link to view it interactively: http://360.io/Ck8HNg
Thursday evening was a great opportunity to get all dressed up and attend a formal event, the Journal Record’s Woman of the Year. There are several pictures on their website of the evening but since I didn’t take any of those, I’m sharing with you a picture of the flower arrangement at my table. It was quite tall and pretty and I got to take some of the flowers home.
A view of the front yard and the complete though not yet painted screened in porch at our lake place.
Purrkins doesn’t like going through the carwash even when he’s inside the vehicle (iPhone pic)
Spring is definitely arriving and our rose bush is full of wonderful smelling roses (iPhone pic).
Waiting for the train to pass…patience is not really one of my virtues (iPhone pic).
A nice view at the Pelican Landing restaurant overlooking Lake Texoma (iPhone pic).
To prepare to paint the concrete floor inside the front porch was quite laborious. We had to scrape the glue and remaining indoor/outdoor carpeting, then sweep, clean, sweep, and clean. We so hope this paint holds up well like Sherwin Williams promised.
There you have it! A few pics from our week.
It’s been a typical week. We met Kelsey at the tag agency to finalize transferring the car titles to our kids yesterday and then Keith and I ate a good breakfast at a place called Around The Corner. As you can see the place was full of people and the walls were loaded with lots of stuff. They really like all things about chickens and roosters and I bet dusting is fun there.
Sunday, we ate Keith’s fab nachos and watched the 46th Super Bowl.
I played with an Phone app called Diptic this week and one day, as I waited in the doctor’s office, I snapped several photos and combined them. This app is pretty cool, it allows you to chose several photos and put them together in various templates.
Of note: Yesterday I got to visit with a distant Keithley cousin who I met online several years ago. He and his wife were traveling back home to Canada and stopped to visit on their way. We shared family photos and enjoyed our visit.