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365 Photography Project Forty-Eighth Post

Some of you may be wondering when-in-hell I'll be with this 365b thing. Weeeeell, soon.
Actually, October 8 is my finally day, but alas, I am going to keep posting photos beyond that date, but, just, as with mission101, in my own way.
As in, I won't be posting a photo for every day, although I will keep taking a photo for every day, but will only be posting the THREE biggest and bestest for every week.
That way I'll get to use my words a bit more. I need to refocus on my words.
With this post, I will have just four more to go.

Sunday September 4, 2011 My book consumption for August was not very good, other things to do, I guess, although Lauren and I did do TWO of the Great Courses. At top is a photo of my long gone cat, Milo and below is photo of a long gone me.

Downtown San Jose's very cool and free toilets, which I have never used. Still, they look fine.

Monday September 5, 2011 We went to the Spaghetti Factory yet again, but I just couldn't take another photo of the place, so I shot the sign for the street, San Pedro Square, instead.

This is the second to the last of the photos I will take of the conversion of Mervyns to OSH.

Tuesday September 6, 2011 Orchard Supply Hardware is DONE as am I, my last photo.

Wednesday September 7, 2011 A 24-episode Great Course: The Art of Reading, whicxh was wonderful and very informative and, as with most of their teachers, I loved this guy because he loved his subject.

Thursday September 8, 2011 More frozen yogurt, I think it's called Green Leaf, which is just doors down from Barnes&Noble.

Friday September 9, 2011 Leaving after our dinner out at The Outback.

Windy Chicago

Saturday September 10, 2011 Lauren and I spent a little too much time with this old old show over the summer, but she loved it, as I had and still do, so our time well spent.

The flickr of our lives
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