Caught sight of this belt buckle last Wednesday at the 701 in Covington, but didn’t have my camera handy.
Asked Bob if he’d be back this week so I could take a snapshot.
He followed through and so did I.
Word is, this buckle was worn by one of the Elvis impersonators in the movie Leaving Las Vegas.
I nibbled on this watermelon while taking a stroll out in the fields with a very talkative seven year old
who reminded me of all the good parts about growing up in the country.
There’s a story behind this hand-painted promo out in the pole barn at the studio.
I need to pester Tom to share all the details.
In other news, we went and caught The Runaways flick earlier in the week.
Though the story had less drama than a VH1 special, it was still an enjoyable movie,
visually beautiful in parts.
Busy at work of late, so I’m not wielding the camera too much.
Been driving by this BBQ set-up in Northside on the way home and
I’ve been diggin the handmade type and drawings on the wall.
The light seemed right this evening to turn around and take a snapshot.
Went and visited with my niece, nephew, his wife, my sister and her fella on Sunday.
Mark and Heather have been putting together a fine home out on the east side of town.
Been too long since I saw ‘em.
Enjoyed the afternoon catching up and marveling at the moments.
I’ve made mental additions to places I want to visit thanks to their travel photos.
Oh, and their pup Skyla (previously) just had some pups (pictured above) which added a few dollops of adorable to the afternoon.
GLSEN Prom down at the Contemporary Arts Center.
Started the rainy evening out with dinner.
I did my best wallflower imitation while these two danced a bit.
And closed out the night rockin’ Scrabble.
Oh, and here’s me and my beard!
Does this mean a Honda made in Ohio is kosher?
Or what about a Chevy made in Mexico?
Heather liked this photo of the beat up piano and we made this poster.
Here’s some behind the scenes of the whole process.
I’m tipping my hat to Tom for making this a reality. (He’s awesome.)