February 23, 2010

February Miscellany…

Random scenes from life: 

They played.  No one cried.  Pretty much a banner day in Keller-land!

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I always loves me a fun shadow shot…

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Wanna know what that open book shows?  The culmination of two years’ hard work in an old, beat-up 60’s Dolciani Algebra text.  Next up:  Euclid’s!!

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What I’ve been cooking.  Carmelized onions… yum!

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What we’ve been watching:  :-)

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Big Dude, preparing taxes.  Fed + State + Self-employment + SS/medicare + Property + Sales … OUCH!  ‘Nuff said.

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Locked out and wanting in.  (but don’t feel too sorry for him.  He wants out when he’s in and in when he’s out.)

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Me, late at night, self-portrait.  Because Sarah double-dog-dared me on Flickr.

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Putting on the final touches on this project. 

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The end.

7 comments:

Papa and Nana said...

Mmmmmm...mmmm...mmmmm Can almost smell & taste those onions! And what else did you have with them?

Tonya said...

wonderful photos! can you believe I used that same algebra book 27 years ago! and I actually liked it. lovely lovely family.

The Animator's Wife said...

Well, I guess I deserved that but still-- just a little mortified that now I'm also on your blog too! Aaaahhhhh, I need to learn your ways, my sp guru.

And I think you need a 365 project. Everyone else has something going on there. :)

Karin said...

You always make the most mundane activities look so amazing! Very cool shots...

Teri said...

How can we NOT feel sorry for that poor, sad, neglected, underfed little doggie? :-)

Love your daily life pix. I am so into that. These make the absolute best memories years down the road.

Angie - The Arthur Clan said...

I totally cracked up when I saw your dog. My dog is driving me nutso over the same thing! LOL!

Heidi said...

Adore the snapshots of your life, Susan!