Tuesday, February 12, 2008

12 of 12: Feb '08 Edition

As part of Chad Darnell's ongoing 12 of 12 project, here are twelve pictures on the twelfth day of the month. Wee!


The new usual: Oatmeal with raisins, banana and honey, yogurt and three eggs.


This way to work. Bring your helmet.


Up high in the sky. Or maybe just over my desk.


The dictionary can't make up it's mind whether it's inbetween, in-between or in between.


Inspector 99 is on the case. Doesn't that make you feel better?


Someday, I may partake of the baklava at the café. But not today.


There are tornado warnings afoot. On the lookout for cackling women on bicycles.


The usual suspects greet me at home.


My nicest shoes. They are scruffy, comfortable and paint splotched. Otherwise they wouldn't be my shoes.


Dinner is the supreme delicacy of peanut butter and strawberry preserves.


Sweet potato explosion, in your face! And on the floor, the walls...


The only palm tree residing near my abode. What mysterious power does this emblem hold? Besides roaches?

10 comments:

cheapblueguitar said...

Mmm... baklava. *drools*

David said...

Fine, raise the bar. ~sigh~

I'd better start thinking about March's set now.

vuboq said...

Atom Boy!
I have some Atom Boy (or are they Astro Boy?) postcards somewhere. Do you want?

Jason said...

I would so be all over that baklava. It's a weakness ;)

Great artwork by the way!

Matt said...

I love the shoes. I wish I could wear some like that on a workday. :)

Scooter said...

Fun pix! Peanut butter, strawberry preserves and french fries? Yum!!! Thanks for sharing your day with us.

lulamaegirl said...

I miss having one of those potato cutters... I used to make my own fries all the time. Those sweet potato fries look delicious.

Dogeared said...

I love the shoe photo, very arty, with the colours and lighting!

goblinbox said...

I *heart* 12 of 12. So fun.

Marc Acito said...

These are great and remind me of my New Day project where, every day for a year, I'm trying to do something I've never done before.