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ebilflindas 7:07am, 30 December 2006
My Daily Photo Diary, November

Just the images, please!

ONE MONTH TO GO!!!
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lramiro520 12 years ago
great pic of your boy! looks like he has already learned to be a cool kid :)

The Other Side Of The Fence
++Eric++ 12 years ago
Dig the shades! Great shot! Looks like one of those 80's era photo's, love the effect!
ILIGHT 12 years ago
The sandcastle shot is tight. (Had to FAVE it on sight.) Thank you for that!! Such juicy editorial in a shot like that. I love it becasue it can say so many things about where we are in time right now! Thanks for stopping by. The youngster in your image above is looking pretty dapper, might I add.
msspider66 12 years ago
Love the picture of your son. What a cutie!

[Ms Spider66]
zealous spring [deleted] 12 years ago
Funny shot your boy portrait!

Have a nice day.

*MJ
Christine Lebrasseur 12 years ago
Thanks for your nice welcome :)


Chris is...
Jissy 12 years ago
absolutely adore the 20th jan pic- the clarity of reflection is amazing- an instant fav ;-) ooh n yeah- yr son is a real cutie tee hee

Everyday with Jissy
sunshinecity 12 years ago
your kid's a hoot!
cute pic

~ sunshinecity,
a picture, a story
ebilflindas 12 years ago
22 Jan 07*

Magic Carpet

It's been too long since I've practiced any yoga or taiji. After being hospitalized last August for [San Joaquin] Valley Fever (aka coccidioidomycosis), I began a "regime" of rising every morning at 5 am for yoga, and after dropping my son off at school I would go to the park across the street for an hour or so of taiji.

I just about had it ingrained as a habit, until the holidays and all the traveling, which disrupted my practice. And lately, I've been staying up too late to even think about getting up anywhere near 5 o'clock. Plus, this is the first time I've really been able to roll out the ol' yoga mat--my house has been a mess (again, I blame the holidays and travel--and a little boy who's better at a-wreckin' than a-fixin'). I took this picture to help motivate me towards renewing my practice.

*I posted this late because I'd forgotten I'd taken any pictures yesterday. I actually went to bed lamenting the thought that I'd missed a day for my diary.
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Drat! I can't "icon reply" to anyone from the last page (I've made it past one page?!)
So, thank you LBT, Frère Jacques, and AllanThinks!
Thanks for the fave!
And thank you everyone for diggin' on my son--it's quite a challenge being an only parent, but I'm blessed with this fun little guy who makes me laugh and keeps me young (and he's a great model)!
Samrag 12 years ago
SamRag came by to you!

Haven't been her for a while. Sorry... just too many threads

Love your 11.jan shot. And all the kids shot. You really know how to capture a good photo of them.
And your 20.jan gets a star Starfrom me. Such great photo

Sam (2007 in Iceland)
karinga 12 years ago
I like a lot the sky of Jan 17!

(Inga in Finland All Year Round)
++Eric++ 12 years ago
San Joaquin Valley Fever, Yikes......we get quite a bit of this in Tucson, due to all the construction taking place....or so they say...it's mold spores that become airborne, no? I spent much of my childhood in Fresno, speaking of "The Valley"..I'm glad to learn that you're feeling better! Yoga is a wonderful tool for healing, indeed.
lramiro520 12 years ago
Wow, I learned something today. Being a science geek, I thought the wiki article on Valley Fever was very interesting, although I am sorry to hear that you fell ill to something so nasty. It's great that you're trying to get back into your yoga routine. My gym routine ALWAYS gets screwed up during holiday seasons or anytime I have to leave town for more than a weekend. Isn't it so awful. It takes such a long time to get back into a really good routine.

The Other Side Of The Fence
sunshinecity 12 years ago
Wow I had never heard of that condition... I hope you are better now. Can you ever recover from it or is it something that stays with you, like say, shingles?

That's a beautiful rug btw!

~ sunshinecity,
a picture, a story
AllanThinks 12 years ago
I hope you can get back into the yoga habit.

I've been thinking about taking a yoga class for a while. Just to stretch out some. My body is tight and not at all flexible.

Allan
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Thanks for the visit, , and for the Usual Suspect status!
With all the wind lately, , we've had lots of blue sky to admire.
So far, like here, I get a two-to-one response of people who have never heard of VF vs. those who have. Yeah, & , yoga is awesome, definitely a whole being workout.
And , yeah, it's one of those "once you have it, you have it" kind of things. The chance of recurrence isn't too terribly high, but it can come back. It's a matter of knocking it down and keeping it down.
I am doing better, but now everytime I get a little short of breath, I have a moment of, "Is it coming back?"
When I went into the hospital at the end of July, it was actually because I had been having chest pains for a couple days. I didn't go in sooner because I wanted to see if it would subside. Plus, it had been about 15 years since my last hospital visit, not to mention I hadn't had any medical insurance in all that time, either.

So, I finally took myself in to the Emergency room, and 12 hours later I find out that the pain was caused by pneumonia and a collapsed lung. In the middle of Summer!

I was kept over-night, and then another night, and then another night. Family and friends started wondering why I was being kept in the hospital for pneumonia. It turned out that as the pneumonia cleared up, other things were showing up on my x-rays. They were keeping me to figure out what was going on in there.

Had it not been for my mom, I probably would have been in there longer and/or misdiagnosed. You see, both she and her husband live in Bakersfield, CA, and both of them have had VF. And both of them had been misdiagnosed, which led to prolonged treatment.

So we asked the doctors if they could screen for VF, and sure enough there it was.

It is caused by a fungus/spore endemic to the southwestern US, and is also common in dogs. It's probably much worse for dogs since they can't really tell you what's bothering them. Being a desert fungus, those genetically built for more tropical climes are especially susceptible, i.e. people of African and Pacific Islander descent. Being (most recently) Filipino, I slipped right in there.

So there's the long-version of a long-story-told-short.
Thanks for reading. =)
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Do it ! As long as you don't overdo it, it can only benefit all aspects of your life. You and Alison should do yoga together!
Zuzu*Petals PRO 12 years ago
So sorry to hear about your health, but glad to hear you're finding your way back to your yoga practice! I always find it really amazing how much it can make a difference in both how I feel physically and mentally. =)
ebilflindas 12 years ago
24 Jan 07

What can I say, he's my favourite model.
That is, when he cooperates with the camera.
His face is so animated and expressive--
--like mine, I'm told.

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I love the way the golden light of the setting sun catches in his coppery hair.
Sometimes I can't wait for him to GROW UP ALREADY!
But most times I want to keep him just like this...
_____
MDPDPotentials
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
20th Jan is gorgeous!! Wow, Valley Fever is something I'd vaguely heard of but knew nothing about. Do you have any remaining symptoms now? Is the pneumonia related or entirely separate?

Erica Day by Day 2007
ebilflindas 12 years ago
thank you, . I hope to have some asanas posted before too long!

and thank you, . Yeah, I still get some shortness of breath occasionally and fatigue in the middle of the day--just flat out "I gotta lay down for a sec--holy shit, what time is it?!"
the pneumonia was probably unrelated, but it was NOT unrelated to the collapsed lung. But they were all related in that if I'd never had the chest pains caused by the collapsed lung, I would've never gone into the hospital--then who knows how far up the mushrooms would've grown up my lungs!
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
Eek! So... I guess I'm happy you had a collapsed lung??

Erica Day by Day 2007
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
How are u feeling.....?
ebilflindas 12 years ago
LOL! Thanks !

Oh I'm feeling fine, Teresa. Some days are worse than others, but even then it's not so bad. Honestly, I know how good I've got it, and that there are so many out there having to live with so much worse, that I never really worried about myself--I was more worried about my son, and my mom, who came down from Bakersfield to take care of him for the three weeks I was in the hospital.

Ok, I admit, there was a moment of self-pity when a cute lesbian friend of mine came to visit, and she told me that she hooked up with a guy the night before. I thought, "What is going on that gets me in the hospital with a chest full of portabellas, when [cute lesbian friend] decides to get straight-curious?!?"

But then I got over it and went back to watching reruns of Project Runway and Workout. =p

But thank you for asking!
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
stranger things have happened (straight curious) however, it does remind me of Nip Tuck -- that show is SOO my guilty pleasure
ebilflindas 12 years ago
25 Jan 07

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I remember hearing something on the radio this afternoon, something I wanted to tell you about--but that's about all I remember.

These peacock feathers came from my Tante Berti's farm in Petaluma, California (not too far from Bunaean, me thinks).

MDPDPotentials
CollardGreens PRO 12 years ago
Everyday Dad - don't blink, the kids grow up during that time. I have 4 boys and I blinked (travelled) - now they are adults and the love doesn't change. Hold them close now.

I'm a resp therapist/biomed...VF is a bitch - pneumothorax too...take care.

Yo ! Peacock feathers are brilliant ! Good job...I like the detail of a well shot macro, Bravo.

CollardGreens: Oops
Zuzu*Petals PRO 12 years ago
Lovely shot of that gorgeous feather, and your little boy looks like he's just chock-full of personality!
bunæn PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by bunæn (member) 12 years ago
Nope, not too far--maybe a hunnerd and sixty miles (some people confuse Sonora with Sonoma. Sonora has no truck named after it, and is next to Yosemite. Sonoma is near Santa Rosa which in turn is next to Petaluma. So, I live close to Petaluma, but not as close as Silver Strand Beach is to Coronado Beach).
sunshinecity 12 years ago
that's a great shot of your son... you're right, the sun caught in his hair and on his face is beautiful.... but I LOVE this peacock feather! Gets my seal of approval!
Congrats, this pic deserves the Pink Star!!!

BTW, thanks for sharing in detail the story about your illness.... must not have been fun! My fiancé too has one of those "yours for good" conditions... but not as serious I think. He has shingles and had his first very painful outbreak about 3 years ago. It's a virus that affects the optic and facial nerves. It causes his severe painful migraines and can also burst into sores on his face, which of course can be contagious. After his first outbreak he hasn't really suffered from it since, except the odd headache every now and then... but usually he's able to catch it in time and avoid getting the sores by bringing his stress levels down, as the triggering is very much related to stress.

I was wondering though... if this condition of yours affects so many people in those regions, can't they do something to eradicate the plant/spore that causes it?

~ sunshinecity,
a picture, a story
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
The feather shot is just stunning. So sharp and nice composition.

So do you have some French blood in you? French-Canadian? Tante... Did you call your grandmother memere?

Erica Day by Day 2007
AllanThinks 12 years ago
You have a very handsome kid there. No wonder he is your favorite model.

The peacock feather photo IS stunning. Really good.

Allan
Osbornb PRO 12 years ago
ebilflindas: Just read through your journal, keep up the good work! You have a really nice thread going here. I like it that we both live in the same city, gives me a different view of San Diego. I love that reflection shot of the Hotel del [Out-of-towners: Hotel del Coronado is referred to by locals as simply the "Hotel del."] And the view along highway 198 near Coalinga is quintessential California for me. Sorry about your illness, glad you're better.
By the way, how is everyone creating these miniature buddy icons? I'm sure I could view the code and figure out how to make the icon smaller, but that's a lot of work to do every time. Is there some sort of a widget?
2007 in photos or bust
lramiro520 12 years ago
Wow, beautiful feathers! Very nice composition.

The Other Side Of The Fence
ebilflindas 12 years ago
*DAMN THIS CRAMPED LAPTOP KEYBOARD!!! I'VE BEEN TYPING FOR 20 MINUTES, METICULOUSLY REPLYING TO YOU ALL, AND SOMEHOW I HIT THE alt+left arrow WHICH SENT ME BACK A PAGE, AND EFFECTIVELY DELETED EVERYTHING I WROTE!!!*

Ok, now that I got that off my chest, let's try this again, this time with feeling...

Thank you, . I'm trying not to take these years for granted--I don't want us to end up like in that Harry Chapin song...

Oh, he's full of it, alright, !

Actually, , considering how "close" their closest neighbors are, you mightn't be that far at all!

Wow! I've got TWO Pink Stars now! Thanks, ! Oh, and I think your query would be better fielded by our respiratory therapist, .

No, , I haven't any French sangre in me...that I know of! Being Filipino, I think there's all kinds of sh!t mixed up in there! And actually, my Philippine ancestry goes back to my grandparents, but while my great-grandmothers were all Filipinas, my great-grandfathers were either from the US or Europe. They traveled to the Philippine Islands either for war or for business (hmmmm...) and liked it so much they stayed--and started breeding their way towards me! And my name, Emil Roy (which sounds assez Français, n'est-ce pas mes amis?), is actually an amalgam of my grandfathers, Emilio (from his father Emiliano) and Leroy. I call my aunt "Tante" Berti because she is actually German. She was married to one of my dad's brothers, and is now married to a Frenchman. Et voilà, elle est ma tante Berti! I called my dad's mother "Lola" and my mom's mother "Mamang", which I think is a Filipino tradition, like how I, being the first born, took my mom's maiden name as my middle name.

Thank you, . Now I need to start saving up to buy some cool toys like the ones you just got!

Thanks for reading, ! It is cool to see San Diego from another perspective. I live in the South Bay, but I absolutely adore Hillcrest/North-/South Park/UniHeights. In fact, I used to work at Urban Grind and Baja Bettys. Who knows, I may have made you a cappucino or served you a "Kick Ass" margarita at some time! (btw, is it true, did they really change Hamburger Mary's name to Moe's?)

As for the the Buddy Icons, first you need to be using Firefox. Then get yourself greasemonkey, which allows for browser customization and is also from Mozilla development. Finally, read doc18's post, GM Script: Flickr Buddy Icon Reply, and install the script. It's easier than it sounds, but I'd be happy to assist. Feel free to PM me. ( & are really good with this stuff, too.)

And thank you, . Actually, I took that shot in my driveway. I wanted to take advantage of the "golden hour", so I just threw the feathers down on a black poster board!
ebilflindas 12 years ago
26 Jan 07

Indoor S'mores!!!

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Those of you who know what s'mores are, don't ruin this for our international friends new to the delicacy! ;)

What you need:
Graham crackers
Hershey's milk chocolate bars
Marshmallows
Microwave oven (I said shhhhh!)

Follow along with the photo set for the visuals.

Place a graham cracker square on a microwave-safe dish.
Place a square of chocolate on top of the cracker.
Place a marshmallow on top of the chocolate.
Place in microwave and heat on HIGH for about 15-20 seconds.
Remove from microwave and top it off with another graham cracker square.
Enjoy!

Now, purists will have you believe that the only way to truly make s'mores is over a raging bonfire. But that's just because they didn't have microwaves when they went camping. Besides, here in San Diego, when the temperature dips below 50°F ;-) , who wants to go outside to build a fire just to toast a damn marshmallow?!

Oh, and the name s'mores? I think it's a contraction of the Mayan words for delicious dental decay and microwave. I could be wrong, though. You'll have to ask Mel Gibson.
Tom Hall (tommune) Posted 12 years ago. Edited by Tom Hall (tommune) (member) 12 years ago
What is this, recipe day? :) Banana bread and s'mores!

Love the gooey photo... totally captures the s'mores feeling.

Haha, of course, international folks, s'mores are named because everyone wants "some more"....

Tom Tommune's 2007 in Austin
(now featuring a run-in with director David Lynch!)
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Great, first reply and you've gotta spoil it for everyone!
Thanks, Tom! ;-)

Um, did you say banana bread?
*off to go find that post*
Zuzu*Petals PRO 12 years ago
I love s'mores. I had my first one ever just this past December. They are pure happiness.
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
Mmmmm... s'mores! but I do think they taste better over a campfire...

Erica Day by Day 2007
CollardGreens PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by CollardGreens (member) 12 years ago
Yep - its hard to make s'mores with 70% cacao - chocolat noir !!

Nutella anyone ??

CollardGreens: Oops
Osbornb PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by Osbornb (member) 12 years ago
Ebilflindas: Thank you for info about the small buddy icons. I do use Firefox and like it, but I've never done much customization. I'll try it!
You may well have made me a coffee at Urban Grind. I live near there, but usually I have my espresso at home. I've been to Baja Betty's a few times for lunch. I keep threatening to go there and start working through the lengthy tequila menu.
2007 in photos or bust
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
Oh my gosh, no Nutella on them but that's a FANTASTIC idea. In Thailand they made these Thai pancakes - very thin like crepes but more crispy. You could get Nutella and banana on them. Insanely good.

Erica Day by Day 2007
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
27 Jan 07

Cookies and kisses with Grandma

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So my mom came down from Taft--which is nicer than calling it Bakersfield's left nut. No, seriously, Bakersfield is bad enough, but Taft? Scary. Don't get me started. Anyway, so she's here, and while she can sometimes be a bit overbearing (and what Mom isn't?)--not just with me, but with my son, too (she sometimes seems to take on a motherly role since his mother isn't around)--but lately she's really been playing up the Grandma bit. And my son eats it up! He especially loves baking cookies with her...although I wonder how much of the dough he eats!
AliThinks 12 years ago
Oh my gosh, what a great capture! You can tell that's one sticky kiss!

Does he dip bits of dough into Nutella? ;-)

Alison
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Just this past December, ? You must be really young!

I don't know, , I think it would be tough trying to eat anything over a campfire! ;-)

Yes, & , Nutella next time--but I do love me some Hershey's bars!

yeah, that tequila list is pretty daunting, eh ? But you don't have to do it all at once, y'know! What's funny is when they had some bouncy little girls come in to push a certain tequila, the "Corazòn Girls"--y'know, like the "Jäger Girls" at other bars--and the poor things weren't sure what to do with themselves!
ebilflindas 12 years ago
28 Jan 07

Blue Steel...or is it Magnum?

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Alright.

For me, self-shooting = I didn't have anything else to give you.

I brought my camera along for a Costco adventure--I was hoping to get a shot of some a Free Sample Scavenger Frenzy--but it's not exactly easy to stop and take a picture when double-wide shopping carts (laden with five-gallon barrels of Yoshida's teriyaki sauce, 20 lbs. of chicken, a case of Gatorade, a 24-pack of assorted jumbo muffins, and a 72-roll package of toilet paper) are bearing down on you, threatening to roll up your Achilles tendons. It was hard enough trying to keep myself from doing the same to some of the idiot shoppers who just stop in the middle of the aisle, leave their carts to get something 20 feet away, and never even realize they were blocking traffic the whole time.

The best was the guy rolling a king-size bed around on a flat-bed dolly...WHILE DOING THE REST OF HIS SHOPPING!!!

Good thing Costco is the kind of place you go to stock up on stuff and not have to visit so often.

Someone might get hurt.
Samrag 12 years ago
SamRag came by to you!

Thanks for all your nice comments!!!

Love the kiss photo and you seem like a decent fellow ;)

Sam (2007 in Iceland)
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Hahaha thanks Sam!

You seem a decent fellow...I hate to kill you.

You seem a decent fellow...I hate to die.

;-)
AllanThinks 12 years ago
I used to be a member of Sam's Club, and Pace Warehouse before that.

But they drove me crazy. The savings of bulk buying never made up for the frustration of dealing with all the idiots.

Of course, I have never shopped at Costco. We don't have one here.

Allan
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
I love the feather -- instant fav.

you make that smore look yummy and i don't even like them! (i know, it's criminal)

i love the shot with your son and mom -- what a great age..... his, not hers LOL.... they're so free.

i'm a big costco shopper myself -- i hate it when i go there to save $60 bucks on tires and end up spending $400 inside while i'm waiting for them to do the work!!!! i must have good karma though because i can always find the short lines -- which are in the center ... now don't tell anybody!!!!!
ebilflindas 12 years ago
I'm sure they're about the same, .

Well, well, well, . Look who's up bright and early, Miss Ti Many Martoonis! ;-) Hope you're feeling better!
Loca.... 12 years ago
catching up on you,
s'mores... have to try that.

Your kid always looks great.
:))

Loca
Innamorata Crush 12 years ago
giggles you're so fun, bright, alive. I like pilates, have you tried? This comment made me smile "For me, self-shooting = I didn't have anything else to give you." for me not self-shooting means I didn't have time to take a self-portrait. I am beginning to explore other types of photography, I think I will be taking more and more different styled shots as the year goes on. How about you? do you find the everyday photo thing stimulating or did you always take a photo a day?
xoxox
eelend PRO 12 years ago
Hello!

:)
AliThinks 12 years ago
Oh my God. Your description of Costco made me laugh. When (where?) I lived in France, we had nothing of the sort. Too bad you didn't get a photo, but this self-portrait is fine in and of itself. :-)

Alison
msspider66 12 years ago
I find those kinda stores a little overwhelming. Once in a while I get talked into going, but usually exit empty handed. I learned my lesson the time I bought a case of pomegranates; I like them, but not enough to eat 24 of them before they go bad. Even with the ones I gave away, it was still too many.

[Ms Spider66]
lramiro520 12 years ago
S'mores! That's great...I haven't had those in soooo long. Mmmm, I think you may have instigated my next big craving!

It looks like your mother really enjoys being a grandma. And even if she can be a bit overbearing, I just think it's probably the motherly instinct kicking in.

Now Costcos. That place can be a lot of fun, but man does that place stress me out! We don't have one in the town that I live in now, but there are 3 wholesale stores that my parents like going to: Costco, BJ's and Sam's Club. I remember seeing a news report a few years ago about Costco's starting to sell caskets in some of their stores. Now THAT's really creepy. I'll have to try and find a news link for you :)

The Other Side Of The Fence
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Thank you, !

, thank you--it take one to know one! ;-)
Pilates--yes, I've tried, not with an instructor, but with a video. Some of the maneuvers you're supposed to do as a beginner are really demanding! I've always taken pictures everyday; at least, everyday that I've ever had a camera. This practice, though, of keeping a daily photo diary and keeping up with others' is inspiring me to explore different styles and techniques--it's also making me itch for a dSLR! I taught myself basic photog. techniques on a featureless manual SLR, and a lot of what I learned has carried over to shooting with my little digital pocket camera, but I long for the truly manual control a SLR offers.
Oh, and I have another selfy coming up!

Hello to you, !

The French always seem a bit more sensible about some things, ! I'm glad I could make you laugh today!

Exactly, !

I have heard about that, . I wonder, is there a bulk discount if you buy four or more caskets? How long before they start selling urns and offering cremation services?
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
29 Jan 07

Ebil Flindas,
Dawn & Drew Minion #339

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What was it I said yesterday?
For me, self-shooting = I didn't have anything else to give you.
Oh, yeah. Right.

Well, today I actually had a few photos I originally wanted to share, but then a package that I'd been awaiting for a few weeks arrived.

As described at the top of their homepage, Dawn Miceli and Drew Domkus are:
two ex gutter punks [who] fall in love, buy a retired farm in wisconsin and tell the world their dirty secrets… always profane, rarely profound.
Their podcast, The Dawn & Drew Show is one of the first podcasts I ever listened to, and is by far one of my favourites. Not simply for their show, but for who they are. They seem to be genuinely good people, and their listenership, which now spans the globe, has become quite a supportive community in and of itself. When one listener was mugged after seeing Dawn & Drew at a San Francisco meet-up, listeners chipped in to get him a new iPod to replace the one he'd been robbed of. And when I was sick last August, they called my hospital room! It was really cool--these two people who I'd listened to for the last year and a half called to check on me. It was like talking to old friends, except they didn't really know me. I'd emailed them a few times and left messages on their message line (which they play at the end of their shows), but otherwise, that was the first time we'd actually spoken to each other. Even so, like I said, it was like talking to old friends. Then, I got phone calls from across the country, not only from other listeners, but from Drew's brother, Omar, too! Omar had heard about me and thought he'd reach out and connect with me--we wound up talking for over an hour! He called me from New Mexico, I think, and the other D&D listeners called me from Dallas, Texas; Milwaukee, Wisconsin; Ocean City, Maryland; and Lexington, KY (Ali, Allen, you two know this guy?)

Anyway, I love these two and their show, and I like to support them whenever I can. Like when they open membership into their Minion Army. In today's photo (which was actually taken by my son), I am modeling the latest Minion Army uniform.

Now that you've seen and read this, you're going to see and hear more about the Dawn & Drew show in your everyday life; so you might as well give in and give 'em a listen. Who knows, I may have turned you onto your next favourite thing!

"So listen up, bitches! Enjoy!" (That's from them, not me!)
eelend PRO 12 years ago
wow wow wow
you look dangerous ;)
Jissy 12 years ago
can i just say i love those peacock feathers.... made me even forget about all the other comments i had for pics that followed...ooh the hersheys yuum!

Everyday with Jissy
AliThinks 12 years ago
Spook-ay!

Thanks for the tip on the podcast. It's amazing how tightly knit some online communities can be.

And no, I don't know that guy, but I can't speak for Allan.

Alison
CollardGreens PRO 12 years ago
Folded 10 times !

CollardGreens: Oops
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
I love your space walk photo in the outtakes. Good idea to put them all together for our viewing pleasure...

You flashing gang signs?

Erica Day by Day 2007
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
I'm not dangerous, ; I'm just smooth. ;-)

Yes, , chocolate can be distracting!

Sorta like this is becoming, ? :-)

Does that mean you're not just a listener, , but you're on the Folding team, too? 8-O

Thanks, ! Sometimes it's hard to pick just one photo.

And no, those aren't gang signs...unless you consider the Minion Army a gang and the Shocker a gang sign! =-O (Although in ASL, I could be throwing up double 7s.)
(Warning: that last linky-dink is NSFDS--Not Safe For Delicate Sensibilities!)
AllanThinks 12 years ago
I've never heard of that guy. I've only had contact with a couple of local Flickrites.

We've proposed a local Flickr meetup in the Lexington Flickr group, but no one has shown any interest.

Allan
AliThinks 12 years ago
Yes, sorta like this one is becoming. Allan and I met in an online community; it 's pretty amazing. We've met at least 30 of those people in person. It's like family.

Alison
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
I've slacked a couple days. Hopefully back to normal in a day or so...

30 Jan 07

Who says it never rains in Southern California?

Raindrop Needles

On the way to my son's school.
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
31 Jan 07

Crossing the Coronado/San Diego Bay Bridge

View of Point Loma from the Coronado Bridge

Down in the lower-left, you can see the Hotel del Coronado, as featured in my photo from 20 Jan.
sunshinecity 12 years ago
what a great view!
Your self portraits are great! More please!

~ sunshinecity,
a picture, a story
ebilflindas Posted 12 years ago. Edited by ebilflindas (member) 12 years ago
01 Feb 07

Thinking of LadyBadTiming...

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Did you say more self-portraits, ? ;-D Yeah, you're right, I don't stick out of the ground like that!

Went for a much needed walk today. Wandered around some back trails of Balboa Park, and came across a cactus garden that I never knew was there. It was a fun discovery for me while listening to last weeks episode of This American Life

btw, , I just saw your photo on the Moo Me blog member map--que chula! ;-)
Zuzu*Petals PRO 12 years ago
HA HA HA HA HA!
Oooooh, my goodness. That's classic, man...

zuzu*petals - notes to self
Яick Harris PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by Яick Harris (member) 12 years ago
Laughing too hard to respond!

(ok I love This American Life)
CollardGreens PRO 12 years ago
Careful how you stumble upon the vegitation ! Maybe mother earth was taking her work to heart ?? 01 FEB might be interesting in black and white...good find. I guess LBT will be posting all over this...

I like the drops on 30 JAN - found something like it one day during the Christmas break while visiting family.

Good Stuff - CollardGreens: Oops
~magpie~ PRO 12 years ago
*laughing* soooo bad... but sooo good...

Erica Day by Day 2007
AliThinks 12 years ago
Yeee-ouch!

Alison
girlzoot PRO 12 years ago
Is it that art imitates life or art imitates nature imitating life imitating nature?

Love this, and the idea of a huge cactus garden.

Girlzoot Gadding About
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
oh you've got jokes now! I go away a couple days and you have giant phallus popping up, so to speak, in your stream.... see what happens when we get tired of self portraits...and by the way, you are quite a daredevil taking a picture from that bridge -- it requires all my attention to cross, i'd be in the bay looking for a shot.....i went and checked out the podcast a couple days ago, but need to spend some time with it when i can give it some attention....

have a great day today!!!!! can't wait to see what catches your eye.

BellaGaia (Living with BellaGaia)
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Ladybadtiming PRO 12 years ago
ooh !
thanks
this is quite a big hommage !
gee !
my H Level is gonna leap off its scale I'm afraid ...

[LadyBadTiming / snapshooting my life away, day after day, after day, after day]
eelend PRO 12 years ago
oh, jeez, what's that?!!!
hahaha
AllanThinks 12 years ago
o.O

Allan
Osbornb PRO 12 years ago
This is behind the puppet theater on the mesa overlooking 163, right? That's the original desert garden in Balboa Park, I believe. What a find..primal!
2007 in photos or bust
lramiro520 12 years ago
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Ok, does anyone else running Firefox have the problem of typing out a comment here, stopping to look up a link (in a different tab, of course), then coming back to continue with the comment that you haven't posted yet, only to have the browser skip back a page, which effectively deletes everything you've just written? And it never happens after just a sentence or two; it only happens to me after I've typed a paragraph or two! Anyone know what I'm talking about?
leesure PRO 12 years ago
LOL...just saw your 'rain in So Cal" shot. EVERY time I go to So Cal it friggin rains. i've been to San Diego each of he last 2 march's and it's been COLD and raining both times. i think you just roll out stock footage of a sunny day to tease us East Coasters.

Lee
ebilflindas 12 years ago
Jinkies, you're onto us!
If you promise to keep it a secret, I'll make sure you get some sunshine next time! ;-)
Jonathan Riverwalker 12 years ago
never have that problem on firefox -
ebilflindas 12 years ago
02 Feb 07

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I read BellaGaia's post earlier, and it reminded me of this shot I took yesterday.

I want a little sugar
in my bowl
I want a little sweetness
down in my soul
I could stand some lovin'
Oh so bad
I feel so funny and I feel so sad

I want a little steam
on my clothes
Maybe I can fix things up
so they'll go
Whatsa matter [Baby]
Come on, save my soul
I need some sugar in my bowl
I ain't foolin'
I want some sugar in my bowl


Now, don't get me wrong. I love my singlehood and all the things I don't have to do--I gots plenty to do between me an' my boy.

But, damn, have I got a sweet-tooth, and like Nina said, I could use some sugar in my bowl.
I ain't foolin'.
ebilflindas 12 years ago
03 Feb 07

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I didn't do a dang thing today.
Well, I did build these guys for my boy--they're just advanced enough to frustrate him, and when that happens Lego goes flying everywhere! So just to be safe (and to get my own Lego fix) I like to put them together for him to demolish.
bunæn PRO Posted 12 years ago. Edited by bunæn (member) 12 years ago
I used to do that for my kid too. He's 22 now and he and his wife are expecting their first child.

This is a very well composed, dynamic photo, by the way.
Innamorata Crush 12 years ago
Your poem is so sweet! the raindrops are pretty , and you're a fantastic daddy-- amazing catch
<333
James KEZMAN Photo PRO 12 years ago
Man, I used to play with Legos all the time when I was a kid...nothing as cool as this, however!!! Have fun!!!


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Light Image Truth by J. M. Kezman
MarySesami 12 years ago
Cool lego guys. If my boys see them they will want them too.
MarySesami's 2007
AliThinks 12 years ago
Cool picture! Are those the Bionicle Legos? My son LOVES Bionicle.

Alison
lramiro520 12 years ago
The one on the left looks super scary. Is he the good guy or the bad guy? (I'm guessing the bad guy because the one on the left is smiling!)

The Other Side Of The Fence
ebilflindas 12 years ago
So who do you play Legos with now, ? ;-)

Thank you, , for you lovely replies. Poem? Do you mean the prose-y bits I left you, or the lyrics above? The former--inspired by an effulgent muse; the latter--lyrics to a Nina Simone chanson. To be caught remains to be seen...

These new sets are very cool, !

Yes, , Legos have always been irresistable.

Actually, , they are not of the Bionicle series. They are from the Exo-Force series, which is Japanese manga inspired. They do seem to share some structural similarities with Bionicle(s), though.

The Exo-Force story, , is the classic man versus the rebellious machines that were originally built to make life easier. So yeah, the one on the left is the "bad" guy.
ebilflindas 12 years ago
04 Feb 07
Super Bowl Sunday

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I grew up here in San Diego, and I've always been a Charger fan, through and through. So this year was pretty disappointing; and as good as they are, given the way things go here, I don't have my hopes too high for next season. But I'm there for them win or lose.

That said, I wasn't too concerned about the game. I was more excited to see Prince perform, though I was trying to understand why he was chosen as the halftime act. It would've made sense if the game was played in Minnesota (Prince being from Minneapolis)--I mean, as relevant as Prince is to today's music scene, they might as well have gotten Gloria Estefan and the Miami Sound Machine back together for the show! Whatever, Prince rocked, and the game didn't suck too much. The party was fun, though, and that's what really matters.

Oh, so this photo was taken in the back patio--I didn't get any shots of the three televisions side-by-side in the same room. Sorry.
BellaGaia PRO 12 years ago
That's really pretty -- you got to my stream before i posted the most important thing about the game.... today's shot ;-D

bellaGaia (Living with BellaGaia)

i dig your transformery looking legos too.....

is prince in the hall of fame yet? is he due soon?
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