The 1975

Sunday, May 12, 2019

The 1975 at PNC Pavilion. Didn’t know the band prior to the show but they sounded great and the stage design itself was super lovely.

The top photo taken with a Sony Cybershot RX100 – The bottom with an iPhone XS. Pretty much no reason to bring a dedicated camera to shows anymore, but I do love the ability to look through the small viewfinder instead of the glowing back-screen.

A more colorful garden

Saturday, May 11, 2019

My sister is channeling the spirit of our mom and adding color to the pots in the garden and it’s all starting to look really good.

PSA at City Hall

Friday, May 10, 2019

Public Service Artists show at City Hall in David Mann’s office.

From L to R: Me, Edie, iced tea, work, hibiscus

Thursday, May 9, 2019

The Phantom Tollbooth

Wednesday, May 8, 2019

McGuffey’s spring musical went off without a hitch. Bonus props to Ellery for her fantastic leading performance while on the verge of sickness.

Bonus shot of Murphy the cat

Everything just so

Tuesday, May 7, 2019

While everyone was getting the garden into shape today, I took over the dining room table and started scanning in a ton of family photos. Divide and conquer!

I liked this photo a little extra because there aren’t too many snapshots with mom and me in the frame. You can see that I favored the lumberjack look even way back in the day, which I gather to be Thanksgiving.

Sweet tea. The table settings. Canned cranberry relish in the condiment carousel. Sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top. Stuffing. Mashed potatoes. A hint of the corner cupboard to the left. The wallpaper. Her apron.

Everything just so.


Monday, May 6, 2019

Photoshoot downtown.
The city was pretty glorious.
Capped it off a flight of beer.
Good times.

S’more photo from around the city, and a beer


Sunday, May 5, 2019

Ray Walker

According to my records (this album), I haven’t seen my friend Ray IN 3 YEARS. Totally unacceptable. The good news is, he had a thing to do in Cincinnati and was looking for AirBNBs, but I put a stop to that.

We’ve got a spare studio apartment here at the Depot just for these matters.

In fact, to tie things all together… I’ve known Ray since college. He introduced me to Tom, who would become my partner at Wire & Twine with Wendy. Tom would go on to acquire and build out the Depot.

It’s all interconnected.

Now I need to see Ray’s wife Sheila soon and everything will be even better.