There's this creepy Coke machine outside the kitchen. I guess an old guy suspending a child in midair must make some people thirsty, but it just makes me want to call social services.
This machine does not accept $1.00 coins. $1.00 coins are unacceptable.
When I asked Olyane if I could take her picture, she said yes and to make sure to get the bruise on her arm in the shot. I tried to ask her why she wanted a picture of her bruise, but her english, it's a not too good.
So there's her bruise. She wants a copy, so someone print that out and send it to her.
There's Colin and Sack. Sack looks very tiny in this picture, but he's actually 17-feet tall and made of solid gold.
Hey look, it's Juan. Now run, while you still can.
They're going to train Colin and me as Dietitians, which could be good. We get paid more, get out at 6:30 instead of 8 and I can use AIM while I'm at work. The only problem is we car pool, so if we're not both doing that job, one of us is going to have to get to work an hour earlier and the other is going to have to wait around 1 - 1 1/2 hours after. Still, it's something to consider.
So I worked and then that was over, so I drove home.
I really can't be concerned with horses crossing the road, I'm trying to take photos while driving.
Wooooooooah! I hate it when my instrument panel does that.
I wanted to stop at Peter's Pizza to get something to eat, but they built this stuff on top of it.
It's a great day to paint pottery. But really, when isn't it?
There's this guy at the end of my road who likes to sit in his truck and wave to the people who drive by. He wasn't there tonight, which made me sad, but I'm sure he's somewhere having a crazy adventure.