Tuesday, July 26, 2005

Nea, my niece, brushing Danielle's hair, my sister and her mom. Notice Nea's nice afro. Posted by Picasa

My nience, Nea. Posted by Picasa

My sister feeding a swan. It's hard to really tell here, but this this is HUGE. Probably at least three feet tall. Posted by Picasa

The swan (a little too close). Posted by Picasa

Swan Posted by Picasa

The swan. Posted by Picasa

I really like geese. I like to just sit and watch them swim and to feed them. I'm not really sure why. I like birds in general, and I like water fowl in particular, but there's just something about geese. Maybe it's because there's so many of them in my hometown. Who knows? Posted by Picasa

Geese. Posted by Picasa

A goose sticking it's tongue out (it's actually hissing). Posted by Picasa

geese. Posted by Picasa

Damn, I love geese. Posted by Picasa

Cute cat at a family friend's house. Posted by Picasa

Some good posters at the bowling alley. Some friends and I decided to go bowling. We really wanted to go go-carting, but it was raining (and my one friend wanted something where we could drink too. Bowling: the only sport where drinking actually HELPS.) Posted by Picasa

My bowling shoe. Posted by Picasa

Damian: one of the most interesting people I know, my roommate for four years, and the best friend a guy could ask for. Posted by Picasa

Bowling alley Posted by Picasa

This vending machine at the bowling alley cracked me up. It's got socks in it. SOCKS! Posted by Picasa

Some of my friends from high school. From left: Damian (friend since I was 12. He's such a close friend, he's pretty much family), Jason (a good friend since I was about 15. He's a great person), me, and Jerrod (a friend since about 15, even though I've known him longer. I keep in touch with Damian and Jason, but this was the first time I'd seen Jerrod in a while). Posted by Picasa

I thought this cartoon was funny. It's like a caracature of a truck driver. It's actually on the back of a semi. Posted by Picasa

The fields near my Uncle's house. Posted by Picasa

Only a small portion of the meat for the family reunion. No wonder my family is so fat ;). Posted by Picasa

The view from my Uncle's back porch. Posted by Picasa

One of my Uncle's horses. He has 5. Posted by Picasa

Horse Posted by Picasa

This is my family playing wiffle ball at a family reunion. This is only about 1/4 of my family (only my paternal grandmother's family), and this is only a small percentage playing ball. My family is HUGE. That's what you get being born Catholic in the US. Posted by Picasa