Images de la TobyJoe. This is print, baby. Ain’t none of that digital shit I usually subject everyone to. (Tho, I’d like to think I taught him everything he knows about print. Yeah, right.)
Me. Probably looking over a menu.
A snow dog!
The following were taken on our drive back east.
You guys really do take gorgeous pictures. I adore pictures of people that aren’t posed.
Thanks, Maddie. Toby has a knack for that sort of shot. In fact, I think that IS his thing, really. There are literally about 50 shots he has of me that I never knew were taken. It’s really reassuring knowing you might be being followed by someone with camera especially when you’re vacuuming in your underwear^
How much were the computers?
I know, right? I think that was they’re way of reeling you in so you’d purchase some BREAK ST.
we have driven by that cross a few times.
i have never been able to remember it to take a photo, though.
i just think “wow. that cost alot of money, i bet.”
Oh, Andrea, I do believe you have that cross confused with the one in Indiana (or Kansas? I can’t remember) This cross is in Texas. And the Texas cross claims that it is indeed larger. I remember talking about this with Toby. The cross on route 40 is probably about 5 hours just south of the one on route 70. I wonder if they planned it. Like, lining up MASSIVE crosses just so will move the midwest even closer to god. Now, they just need one on route 80.
indiana, then, yes. i wondered, cuz i thought i remembered the road being closer to it.
they look like weird shaped silo bins.
Thank you, Mihow, for hosting this delightful discussion of giant, garish, roadside religious symbols. Very apropos for the Lenten season.
I aim to please, Fish. And I will find you again. I will. I know you’re out there under a different guise. ::wink::
I am in love with that puppydog.