Friday, January 30, 2015

Red Light Variety Show Part II

This is the last of my photos from the show the other night. I'm a bit slow when going through photos. I took about 400 of them. This number was based on the Classic "I Love Lucy" candy factory scene. That has to be one of my all time favorite Lucy numbers. Here it is with a wonderful Red Light twist.

Saturday, January 24, 2015

Frisky Fun

I had the wonderful opportunity last night to bring my camera and a couple lenses to the Red light Variety Show. My friends Emily and Suzanne introduced me to them several years ago. They do a great professional proper burlesque show and I've enjoyed each one I've attended. Last night I moonlight as photographer for them and I think I got a few O.K. Shots. I had a wonderful night.   

I'm always impressed with their showmanship and plain old hard work.

Wednesday, January 21, 2015

New Year, New Beginnings < Click this link!

After over 7 years service the people of Ada County by caring for their dead, I have decided to open the archaeology business back up. It was time to move on, and I just couldn't picture that being "it", just retiring there. I am an adventurer at heart and I think adding successful business woman to my titles, would suit me fine. Here's to a scary, but exciting new life, away from all that death.

No more on call 24/7, no more horrifying scenes, no more grieving families. Wow, what will I do with myself:)

Monday, December 8, 2014

Winter Color

Although it's been up to the 50's the past few days, winter is here and there isn't as much color as I'd like. Since I didn't feel well today, I decided to set myself up with a few hot mugs of coffee and some photos I took earlier at Edwards Greenhouse. The variety of poinsettia flowers they carry is very extensive. I figured I'd share some with you.

 This last one was my favorite of all, but I couldn't find one in a more affordable small pot. I brought home one the the creamy white ones called "Polar Bear".

Friday, November 14, 2014

Winter is Here

 I can't believe we just put in a new garden and planted 100 bulbs Tuesday. It started snowing last night and we got about 10 inches in less than 24 hours. The stock tank and fish are winterized, and our decoy owl and hawk are now wearing funny hats.
 View of the bit of foothills we have, this was taken in the dark.
I also did my third round of shoveling and Kyle did another last night as well. The snow is piling up. The dogs are having fun romping in the knee deep (for them) snow.