Not mine, unfortunately. This is the unicorn at Ash’s Flower Farm in Hillsborough, NJ. Next to where the old Packard’s Market used to be.
One of the signs of summer. Balloons for sale at a street fair.
Stained Glass Grapes at a Hungarian Church in New Brunswick.
Sonya is hard at play today. My outdoorsy girl!
A look up through the flowers in the evening.
Candles light up my sparkly fish. A present from Sonya.
These solar lights were $1.50 at WalMart. I bought a bunch and put them in the containers.
A close up of the sun novelty lights on the porch.
Close up of one of the fish lights on the porch. A good segue into this weeks topic. It’s Night Lights Week!!!
Primitive wood art fish found in Virginia.
Stained glass angling. From a pub in Clinton, New Jersey.
Goldfish on a flag against a beautiful sky. Found at a garden shop in Lebanon, New Jersey.
I believe this is a trout adorning this plate. From a shop in Virginia.
A carved fish statue found somewhere in Clinton, New Jersey.
It’s fishy week!
…isn’t always a peaceful one.
Spent the day working with Rescue Ink at the NJ Ride for Rescue. It was raining. Check out Rescue Ink’s new website.
Little marionette pups for sale at a street fair.
The Bristol-Myers Squibb Children’s Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey
Ivy covers this big wall near the New Brunswick Train Station.
Looking out at the backyard from behind the clematis.
Here is something you don’t encounter on your everyday dog walk. The fuselage of a jet parked in your neighborhood.
This is the Miracle on the Hudson. The U.S. Airways Airbus A320 got nicknamed “The Miracle on the Hudson” as pilot Chesley “Sully” Sullenberger splash-landed in New York’s Hudson River after losing power in both engines when geese flew into them just after take-off at LaGuardia Airport in January 2009. All 155 passengers and crew survived, making the pilot a hero.
We were the first stop it made as it heads to its permanent museum home in North Carolina.
This water bird sculpture looks like he got himself a meal.
The fishies in this pond are always hungry.
Running water into a carp pond. At a garden shop in Lebanon, NJ.
I live in New Jersey with Peter, my soon-to-be-husband; two cats, a dog, my daughter, and her cat. I am the proud parent of a 27-year-old hard working individual going through a career change. I work in software development, volunteer for public access television, and volunteer for several animal rescue organizations. This is a website of daily pictures with just a few words. It includes, but not limited to, rants, raves, complaints, babblings, soapboxing, trivia, nonsense, excerpts, quips, quotes, and other mindless reactionary statements.
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