Starting college in May..I'll be gone for 10 months!
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Posted by karenvm on November 26, 2012
Great perspective - love the lines in the fencing and the boardwalk!
Posted by frederiqueroy70 on July 09, 2012
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Posted by kevinking on May 21, 2012
Wait a second! Is that a chipmunk with a switchblade standing down there staring back at you? That's certainly the wrong side of the tracks. I wonder if he is with the Sharks or the Jets?
Posted by jessicamoore on May 21, 2012
The sad part is I have to go through there to go home...good thing I have my handy dandy spork!
Sporks are for chumps. Use a mother of pearl caviar spoon- that's shows distinction.
never had caviar..didn't know they had a spoon for it..
WHAT!?!?! NEVER HAD CAVIAR?! That's ok. Don't worry about not having had it; it is an aquired taste. It's been a while since I have had it. (last week). Yes, caviar demands its own spoon. Metals react with the taste of the roe. Mother-Of-Pearl does not.
Posted by jvansyckle on May 23, 2012
I realize we've just "met" but I have to tell you, I went to Grad School with a woman whose grandfather invented the spork. True story! Nice photo, by the way; nothing spookier than something hiding in the light of day.
Posted by jessicamoore on May 23, 2012
haha thats amazing! and thank you!
Posted by kevinking on May 24, 2012
The spork was far more successful than the spife. That was pretty dangerous to use with soup. The big failure was the Tooth-brushspeculum
Posted by jessicamoore on May 19, 2012
oh no! i think i deleted your comment! i was trying to comment back! idk what i just did! im sorry