Tuesday, April 21, 2009
Cubicle Cat Cupcake at work
On one of the random 80 degree days between the 30 degree days, I happened to see bigfoot also taking a walk and enjoying the weather.
Megan and I happened to pass by the Snuggie Pub Crawl. What's a Snuggie, you may ask? Why, it's a blanket with sleeves of course!
This girl isn't really one of them, but my favorite was the girls who tried to make these things look sexy.
Who wouldn't want a monkey cake from Dinkle's Bakery at the Paulina stop on the brown line?
A creepy welcome home!
A ba-zillion kids at one of thousands of Chicago parks
Cliff celebrating at Amanda's (P)Leather and Lace Party
Amanda and I at her party. You can't tell from this picture, but I have a leather vest on underneath and the tightest leather chaps you've ever seen...
Everyone's favorite Thriller, Nate.
Katie, SME, and Tennessee's birthday cake and plates
SME as Stevie Nicks. Unfortunately, this is the only photo I have of Rosie. She's the glob of hair and gold to the right. She had awesome gold (legwarmers?).
Everyone's favorite Medieval Mafia Biker.
"That picture's ugly." So what? I like it anyway!
Sunday, April 5, 2009
Birthdays are a HUGE deal at work and it was my anonymous boss lady's b-day. When I went into work that morning, I had no idea a singing telegram chicken would be there as well.
She looks startled because he was "balking" at her really loud.
Those are some hairy chicken legs...
This is somewhere in the north of Chicago. Anyone know if this place is good or not? It's in Roger's Park or something.
Megan and I went and did some work related travel. Her work, no longer mine. That being architecture. There was an art gallery next to the Grosse Pointe Lighthouse and this was my favorite piece. I've seen more obnoxious strollers being used in Wicker Park/Bucktown that cost $1000 though.
This is from the Adult Art Education Class in Evanston. It was called "The Grateful Dead."
The Grosse Pointe Lighthouse
The sandy shore of Lake Michigan
The Baha'i Temple up in Wilmette. If you haven't been to it yet, I highly suggest it.
It took about 40 years to construct this place and they are still working on it. It was started in 1912.
That's about it. Waiting for it to stop snowing in April so I can go outside and enjoy myself.