a light at the end of the hall

Before we moved this piece of furniture and lamp in the dining room, walking down the hallway was dark and ominous.

This simple change in placement, lining up the lamp with the hall, illuminates the path and provides a whole new (and welcome) vibe.



Usually when a declaration begins with, “There are two kinds of people in the world…”
Those declarations are usually wrong because they don’t factor nuance or possibility.

But I feel pretty solid in asserting there are two kinds of people in the world,
those that block the driveway, and those that do not.

the ceiling at the japanese joint


My friend “The Brown” is giving me angst about the boring content of my images this week.
All I can say is, a dull week visually means I’m probably a little busy on the work side of things.
Such is the the case here.

waiting for takeout

J. Alexanders Bar

Splurged on lunch today, picking up a bunch of veggie burgers
and salads from J. Alexanders for everyone at the studio.
(They make the absolute best veggie burgers)
I sat there watching the cable news on TV in a bit of a dazed
disbelief while waiting for the to-go order.