Kyle says he’ll keep getting bigger phones so he doesn’t have to get glasses.
I really should have a hand in there for scale, but that HTC One Max phone thing is HUMONGOUS and kind of awesome for that single reason.
Also awesome? The bacon flapjacks on Django‘s brunch menu. Get a side of bacon and ask for extra syrup to share with a friend.
Wandering around the parking lot of Jungle Jims, I looked up to see these geese. They did not help me or my mom find the parked car. It took a few trips down the aisles and a peek behind a minivan to locate the Rabbit. Mental note: have the dealership turn the horn honking back on when the fob activates the locks.
Met Tom at the theater to watch the Robocop reboot. The soundtrack was horrible, but it went really well with the movie!
In other news, I feared these two in front of us would be a problem with their phones during the show. And I was right.
I leaned over twice asking, “What ya Googlin?” and “What’s happening on Facebook?” In the end, I really should have just let it slide and enjoyed their surfing instead of the flimsy remake on the big screen.
I know, it’s ridiculous. But in my defense, the case was a present from my friend Heather. (It is from Madewell, but seems like it’s no longer available.)
Digging the winter and light this morning.
To celebrate Black History Month, Kroger invited artisans and makers into stores to share their goods and stories. It’s a welcome side of humanity moving through the market.
Marilyn inspired me to come back in after loading groceries in my car. I asked to take her portrait and she flashed a beautiful smile and said, “Why, sure.”