Sunday, June 27, 2004

Zippy - 2001 Ford Focus ZX3 S2

High School Reunion Picnic

Saturday, June 26, 2004

Driving over the bridge at night

Reunion gathering at the winery
Jefferson City High School Reunion - Class of 1984
Maiden names in parentheses

Georgie (Schrimpf) Hagenhoff and Cindy (Zbinden) Henderson

Vickie (Haworth) Seal and Shelly (Carlson) Stephenson

John Luker

Kim (Hovis), Lisa (Schwatze) Toler, and Nancy (Smith) O'Connor

Cindy (Zbinden) Henderson, Kim (Bowman), and Jane (Jerden)

Martha Westhoff

? and Lisa (Goeller)

(L-R) Cindy (Zbinden) Henderson - seated, Martha Westhoff, Dana (Bopp), Kim (Bowman) - seated, Suzie Theroff, and Jane (Jerden)

Georgie (Schrimpf) Hagenhoff

Martha Westhoff and Lisa (Goeller)

Shelly (Carlson) Stephenson

Lisa (Schwartz) Toler and Georgie (Schrimpf) Hagenhoff

Gary Henson and Jane (Jerden)

Friday, June 25, 2004

Photo Friday - Clouds

Thursday, June 24, 2004

Pics of another flag

The Web

The Flowers

Theme Thursday - Eye-catcher

It was kind of interesting. I was headed to work and this flag waving in the wind caught my eye. Hence the perfect photo opportunity for today's theme at Theme Thursday. It just so happens that this flag is at a branch of a local bank. This Jefferson Bank branch opens at 8:30am. It was around 7:45am when I took the photos. As I was snapping away an employee leaned out the door and questioned why I was taking pictures of the bank. I explained that I wasn't, I was taking pictures of the flag (of course small parts of the building are in the background, but I was not casing the joint). I told her that I would be more than happy to show her if she would like. She was fine with my explanation and returned inside. It reminds one that in the world today you need to be conscious of what you are doing and where you are doing it. I understand being at a lending institution she was being conscious of the threat of crime and/or potential terrorism. Anyway, what better eye-catcher could any American ask for than the U.S. Flag.

Wednesday, June 23, 2004

Clowning around

A bit two-faced

Sad the flight is over

A bit deflated