Thursday, August 26, 2004

For the benefit of fellow photobloggers, this is a duplicate post from my main blog.

Theme Thursday - Over
(alternate title - Thursday Challenge - Begins)

The note posted on the Theme Thursday site shows that it has come to an end, at least for a while.

I've decided it's time to take a break from Theme Thursday. Whether this will be permanent or temporary, I haven't decided yet. I've got a lot of big things happening in my life during the next few months that are going to take up much of my time. I also haven't been having much fun with Theme Thursday lately and decided that, rather then burning myself out, I should take a step back for a bit and see how I feel after everything is done.

Thanks to those of you who have participated faithfully for so long and offered to help out with Theme Thursday. It wouldn't have existed without you.


Thank you Reb, as I am sure that it takes time and effort away from other things to maintain such a site. I would also like to thank Dale Hudjik. I received an e-mail from him and he is trying to carry on the tradition. If you were posting to Theme Thursday and looking for a new place to post on Thursday, and you didn't receive an e-mail from Dale (I am sure he couldn't reach everyone posting to Theme Thursday), you might look to Thursday Challenge to fill the void.

Thanks Dale!
Theme Thursday - Sport - Football is my oldest son's (#20) favorite sport

Sunday, August 22, 2004

Thursday, August 12, 2004

Sunday, August 08, 2004

Photo Friday - Perfection - Some baseball fans would call a day at the ballpark "Perfection".
St Louis Cardinals vs. NY Mets 08-08-04 View of batting practice (not normally done for Sunday game @ Busch) prior to game from Stadium Club

View from Stadium Club to the external side

View of the field from the Stadium Club

Shots during the game

Game is over - The Cards win 6-2

Saturday, August 07, 2004

At the farm

New farm kitties

Playing on the hay bails
Joe Kitty

Friday, August 06, 2004

Theme Thursday - Shift - The Presidential Campaign Shifts into High Gear - Kerry-Edwards Rally in Jefferson City, MO

People just let in

The White Ticket holders could only come as close as this gated area

Flag used for Pledge of Allegiance - The poor veteran than lead it forgot the word indivisible - (maybe this had something to do with the Democratic Primary in Missouri

The crowd awaits Kerry-Edwards

A young Democrat

A veteran from Slater, MO

The US Flag

The crowd listens to Missouri's Democratic Party officials and candidates

A tired volunteer

Teresa speaks to those gathered

John Kerry addresses those in attendance

The crowd listens intently

John Kerry (sleeves rolled up at this point), Ike Skelton, and John Edwards on stage

Those in the back of the crowd not often receiving the campaign propaganda to hold up is given signs and ask to hold them high around some hecklers

The John Kerry, John Edwards Rally is over