Been a while since I did one of these, so here is some recent photographic evidence of my misdeeds!

So far this summer has been one of many blue skies.

…and much green.

I’ve added to my library a little:

And that top book, about how to make drinks, has turned out quite useful, as the wonderful Mojito has become a staple at Casa Jaquandor!

The cats continue to discover the magical realm beneath my desk. Julio, the resident foot-fetishist, especially loves curling up around my feet when I’m trying to work.

Writing continues, slowly….

At 9:00 am on a Saturday morning, downtown Buffalo is abuzz with activity.
Lester and Julio guard the upstairs. Patience and Fortitude, they ain’t.
Lester does not wish me to be successful.
It’s all about caffeine and air flow.
It’s also about reading outside and sipping Scotch.
It’s been an oddly cool summer thus far. Usually I spend July suffering endlessly and not even thinking about wearing overalls, but on the 4th of July this year, it was cool enough!
In fact, by the time the sun was dropping and it was time to start thinking about heading out for fireworks, a sweatshirt became handy. This is unprecedented, folks!
From afar, at dusk, Buffalo Niagara looks like this.
I also baptized our new fire pit.
Some stuff I haven’t done:
One day the rains came…
And an hour later, were completely gone….
Minty M&Ms!
Drink up, folks!
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5 Responses to Instaweeks!

  1. SK Waller says:

    I love your Instaweeks!

  2. mylittlegeekery says:

    Ah, a cool summer. Something that I predicted in the spring as my wardrobe can attest to the lack of the majority of my long sleeved shirts not being removed and placed into seasonal storage.

  3. Kelly Sedinger says:

    Seasonal storage? Whassis?

  4. mylittlegeekery says:

    Do I really need to explain what seasonal storage is?

  5. Kelly Sedinger says:

    Of course not! I just have trouble with conceptualizing a sufficient quantity of clothing to merit separate storage based on seasonal use.

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