I had my second Sorensen Institute session this past weekend. While last month’s session was held here in Charlottesville, this session was in Richmond, the state capital. During lunch on Saturday, up on the 10th floor of the General Assembly building, I snapped these two pictures of Richmond on my cameraphone.
Amber and I were at Kroger a couple of weeks ago, and this sign was affixed to the interior of our shopping cart. A quick inspection of the cart yielded no interesting looking mechanics, antennae, or even devices that appeared to be capable of locking the wheels. Any theories as to how this would work?
My niece, Ida, at 15 months. Cameraphone snap.
Creigh Deeds, at noon today, on the Downtown Mall in Charlottesville, shortly before formally announcing his candidacy for Attorney General.
Unfortunate convenience store sign, Rt. 3 in northern Virginia. 03/26/2005
I live in a lady beetle structure with a home problem.
Sign promoting an art exhibit at the entrance to PVCC‘s Dickenson Building.
Annie, in mid-leap, catching a snowball tossed to her by Amber. While yesterday’s snow has melted throughout Charlottesville, we’ve still got two inches on our mountain.
The view from my living room window, as we have our first proper snowfall of the season. We’ve had a couple of storms, but they’ve fizzled out. It’s about to stop here, but it’s still coming down pretty good, to the tune of 2″ since just after dawn.