Author Archives: bebs1
Here’s my entry to Ailssa’s challenge for the week, Paint. My cousin is in town visiting. The mural was taken in the Pilsen neighborhood on our way to the Mexican museum. I’ve been in Pilsen many times before but that … Continue reading
The other day, a coworker asked me a favor. She was working from home but had a dozen-and-a-half of cupcakes waiting to be picked up for a baby shower for my lady boss. I didn’t mind doing it for her … Continue reading
Viv and I visited her friends’ family garden two weeks ago. We gathered several kinds of Asian vegetables and one of them was bittermelon fruits and tops. Asians particularly like bittermelons and they are prepared in so many ways. Salad, … Continue reading
Above is my entry for last week. Am late with my entries as I’ve been having difficulties linking photos here from Flickr. Here’s the grid as seen from the lobby of the IRS office in Downers Grove. I had some … Continue reading
Whatever your religion, prayer is a way to connect to our favorite saint, god or deity. This lady could have said her prayers inside the church but she picked this location for personal reasons. Maybe she felt the connection here … Continue reading
Yesterday I attended Caleb’s first birthday and I got a chance to carry him. He’s such a delight to care for – just so calm and still even though almost all the adults around him were whining about the stifling … Continue reading
San Francisco gleaming from a distance when seen at night from above. My entry to Ailssa’s challenge for the week. To join and see more, go here.
My entry to Cee’s Fun Foto Challenge for the week. Go here to join or to see more entries. Not my favorite colors. My university color, remembering wearing maroon bloomers (ha ha ha am aging myself) as our physical education … Continue reading
Nothing creeps me more than a cemetery, whether old or new, in ground or whatever. Death is not a favorite subject matter for me. Above is the National Geologic Park in Montana as a result of an earthquake in 1959. … Continue reading
This is how Chicago’s financial district looks like on a weekend. Devoid of office workers, with just tourists determined to cover all the must-sees in the city, cramped in their weekend schedule. My entry to Ailssa’s Travel Challenge: Grey.