Saturday, December 29, 2012

I has baby

Aiden Wilson 12/28/2012
Yes, he is adorable, I know.... so I will load this blog up with photos of him.

This was the day after he was born  12/21/2012

He and his dad are a perfect match... they look so much alike and his daddy is smitten.  This child will be so spoiled.

Friday, December 14, 2012

Saturday, December 8, 2012

More from Dublin, Ireland

Everything in Dublin was so colorful, but this particular area had dying hedges stuck to a building and I loved it.

Thursday, December 6, 2012

Big Baby

Lizzie  /  12/6/12

There are days when the rest of the world can let you down... when friends prove to not be friends, when work seems too overwhelming... when everything seems to be on the opposite side of what needs to be done to get things right...
and then there is the eternal and unconditional love of a pet.

This is my Lizzie.  She is big, she is playful, and sometimes she is downright annoying, but she is always there... no matter what, loving me.
When I don't feel good and I am in the bed, she lays there loyally and sits with me, when I am doing my school work, she sits beside me (or in this case UNDER ME) while I work away.  

Dogs are pretty special creatures, and this one is one of the best.

London 2011

Victoria and Albert Museum/ London 2011

I could have stayed in that museum all day.

Monday, December 3, 2012

Dublin, Ireland

Dublin, Ireland 2009

Dublin has a unique feel.  The city is not overly large, cramped, or busy like New York or London, but its still a city.  There is an element of hustle and bustle about, fine dining, upscale shopping, car horns and sirens in the night... but there are these soft and quiet waterways, beautifully expansive parks, and a softer feel that makes one ultimately comfortable in their surroundings.  I loved Dublin, it is, by far, my most favorite place to visit in the world.  I would go back immediately.  

Sunday, December 2, 2012

Random Pics

Macon. Georgia 2010

I live in an area that is a mix between a boom area that built up around an Air Force Base during the war years and after and a town that existed during the Civil War and was overlooked by Sherman during his march to the sea...  The good part about that is in downtown, while they are now currently revitalizing the area (and doing a bang up job mind you) they are also attempting to preserve the older architecture and buildings, and sometimes you can find these little corners and alleys that look interesting and amazing... for some reason I loved this little spot.