Unfiltered soup

I struggled with this photo because it’s frankly not that interesting. I tried to make it better, even cropping some things out in an edit but realized it lost some sense of the moment. The Coke Zero Sugar on the counter that I needed to eliminate from my fridge. The hint of the cutting board […]

First snow

Of the season that is. And though it wasn’t particularly deep and there was a layer of ice under it all, it scratched the itch, blanketing the neighborhood in a quiet moment of transformation.

Fear the Future

Well that was amazing. I do believe the St. Vincent “Fear the Future” tour is one for the history books. Provocative. Visually stark and powerful. And even though there were pre-recorded backing tracks, they were special to the event and every song was punctuated with amazing energy from the live performance by Annie Clark. Tip of […]

Fellow fellows

From left to right (thanks to Megan for the photo): Tracy created a newspaper of resources and hopeful stories for those struggling with addiction. Me? I connected people to neighborhoods through photography. Brandon paired skilled retirees with aspiring home improvers to bring out the best in both generations, build relationships and beautify neighborhoods. Tamia connected […]

“Daily”

I’ve read more than once that lunchmeat should be avoided when trying to live a healthy life. I have 11 days to get this type of stuff out of my fridge and focus on better options. Also wondering why “Daily” is in quotes.  

Another meal kit. This one? No thank you

There have been some… less than awesome meal-kits from Kroger’s (oddly named) “Prep-Pared” selections. Tonight was Island Blackened Cod. It was… acceptable calories… but that’s not the target I’m shooting for when having dinner at home. I’ve had much better success in the past, and haven’t documented the enthusiastic thumbs up for the Bacon and […]

PSA Meeting #2

Met a group of folks at the Wave Pool for our second meeting of minds trying to figure out: What do we do with our energy, our discontent? Our feeling that our government doesn’t reflect our values. Elected officials are not listening to constituents but corporations. That there is a better and more loving future. […]

Birthday at Junkers

Dan Montgomery was celebrating his halfway point to 90. A group of friends joined in to celebrate at the local tavern, then braved the cold for cocktails across the neighborhood.

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