Sunday, September 13, 2009

AUGUST IS GONE - mourning lost moments

A week ago today Juan and I came home from a gathering and Osa ran up to the car, this is normal except that I had put her inside right before we had left. Juan asked what cat I had put inside and we hurried up to the door thinking that I might have let a stray cat into the house. He opened the door.

First we focused on the spot where the TV should have been, and then where our laptops should have been. We were robbed! We walked into the bedroom to find the contents of our drawers on the floor and I let out a cry when I saw my backpack and saw where my new camera should have been, and another cry when I realized my external hard drive was gone. I was nauseous for three days.

We have insurance and everything is replaceable, but the external hard drive had the entire month of August on it that wasn't backed up, including a week of visiting with my family in Portland. That is why I was nauseous. It's been a week and I still can't get over the loss of all those images, I do feel like I am in mourning. You cant reproduce moments, they happen in an instant and thats it. That moment in time is gone.

Luckily I had left my CF cards at work and was able to do a disk rescue on them and get some of the family pictures back, but August is gone.

Monday, August 24, 2009

Peggy's boys

These are Peggy's kitties, they are super sweet!

Bond O Rama - our rafting trip with fellow photogs

Sunflowers and a New Kitty!

The sunflowers have gone wild!

This is our new kitty, her name is Risa and she is just six weeks old.
she came from a box on the not so nice part of town.

Thursday, July 23, 2009

Baby Love

My coworker Jonathan welcomed his second daughter into the world two weeks ago and yesterday i had the privilege of meeting baby Essen. She is small but has the lungs of an opera singer.

Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Macro Love

No this is not a garden blog, but I just cant help playing in my garden with my macro on the weekends.

I found about ten baby praying mantises on one of my plants


Don't be scared it's just my cat, keeper of the garden.

This is one of my sunflowers that is already shoulder height.

string bean.

snow pea.

the first zucchini!

snap dragons, a childhood favorite.

gerber daisy.

Monday, June 1, 2009

Thursday, May 28, 2009

the King-Lincoln neighborhood

don't worry the bird got away

Take me out to the Clippers

my co worker Jonathan gets shooting advice from one of the mascots

Friday, May 1, 2009