random, with photos
Isn't this a lovely skirt? It's from Etsy, of course, from Treehouse28. I'm fond of this turtleneck too...
in grey, as a matter of fact. Perhaps I'll order one.
Do you see these women?
Grown, adult women. Twins, I suppose.
They were dressed exactly the same from the scrunchies in their hair to their sneakers and socks. Remarkable.
(And, I will add, no easy feat getting a photo of during the morning rush.)
Speaking of the morning rush, I did manage some shots of the scooters at the station.
That's our scooter on the right. The red one belongs to the Mysterious and Dashing Red Scooter Guy who rides rain or shine and works very long hours.
This black scooter lives down the road from us. This black scooter has a cup holder which thrills me as its rider often arrives at the station with a cup of coffee. A built-in cup holder, mind you, in the very spot where our oil-gauge is located.
While I have seen the owner of this scooter driving his children around town I have never seen his wife riding on the back of this Vino. I like to point this out to K on a regular basis.
This big white scooter is new to the lot and someone needs to discuss the whole Scooter/Motorcycle hierarchy to its owner because there are unspoken rules.
See, the big boys park near the wall and the scooters each have their own areas. People tend to arrive at the same time every day and park in the same spots. Mr. White Scooter parks willy-nilly leaving other riders to fend for themselves and upset the daily routines of certain people like...uh...ME. Not to worry. I've recently spoken a bit with The Big Boys (Mr. Triumph and Mr. BMW) and before you know it we'll be buddies and this will ease my morning scooter-parking anxieties.
Some of my favorite musicians were playing in the station Friday night.
They draw a great crowd.
They play long and loud and go on and on until they are exhausted. Well worth the couple of bucks I toss in their case as I rush by.
I got to ride home with Middle that evening. I'd love to have heard about college but he went to sleep.
Last Sunday we went over to K's office to shoot his 15 second Star Wars clip.
I don't know how much I've told you about the building K works in but it is uber industrial chic.
AND, people ride around on scooters there too...
The boys had a good time scooting around the building and Middle took some fabulous pictures while K set the shots -
and made us paper hats.
We spent an hour or so shooting and then went downstairs as I promised the boys a reward for giving up their Sunday morning.