So Long Ohio

Charlie’s face says it all. Again. Maura is my guest blogger today. Friday morning she took this photo with my phone as we backed into the driveway, saying so long to cousin Charlie. I drove Maura back to her house and then I left for Pittsburgh. We had a nice time together and it’s always hard to say goodbye.

Pick a Peck of Purple Peppers

Pick a peck of purple peppers. James is growing these in a pot, out front on the steps. Don’t think there will enough for a peck, though. They are such a beautiful color. Not sure about their heat factor either. I’d never seen purple peppers before.

Thinking About Mommy and Daddy Going Out for a Special Night

Charlie was thinking about Mommy snd Daddy going out for a special night. Saying goodbye to them as they pulled down the driveway.

Just deep thinking, no tears.

He and I had a nice evening together, and as he said “you have to have a kid to go out for a special night.”

Yes, it’s the moon AND fireworks

Yes, it’s the moon AND fireworks at the same time. Columbus Ohio with the family last week for the gigantic fireworks display. We had a nice evening together.

it’s the annual effort to improve my fireworks photography.

And I am celebrating another year with my Fourth of July birthday today.

Happy Birthday to me.

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Stained Glass Light by Guest Bloggers Team

Maura:
“Dad, we could be guest bloggers if this light idea works.”

(Photos by my son Mark- assisted by Michael and Maura )

I’d say the light idea worked just fine.

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St. Patrick Church – Columbus, Ohio

 

Spiralized Squash Starts Taste of Summer

Spiralized squash starts taste of summer. My six word Saturday.

Laura got their CSA box (Community Supported Agriculture) this afternoon.  Local Harvest of Columbus Ohio lists participating farms. She put the spiralizer to work on the summer squash.  Charlie had asked for red sauce for dinner, rotini his favorite pasta shape.

 

Space Station Sighting Sunday Night

You might have to strain your eyes to see it in the photo. The space station sighting on Sunday night. The little white dot to the left,over the neighbors house roof, is the space station. Traveling 4.7 miles per second. Erika’s dad knew what time to see it in the sky, thanks to an app he has.

It tells him where and when to see satellites and such in the night sky. It was really bright. Although it was over Sunset Beach Florida when we saw it, we were standing in Columbus, Ohio.

My iPhone was the camera.