Thursday, July 24, 2008

23 July 2008

Insulin. It's good stuff. Top, a vial of Lantus and a standard syringe. One shot a day, lasts 24 hours. Bottom, Novolog in an injector pen, with the cap below it. Two or three injections a day, with meals or as needed. So who needs a functioning pancreas?

21 July 2008

Kol's boy Ascher asleep in his nest.

Sunday, July 20, 2008

19 July 2008

Comics to Astonish in Columbia, MD. Don went there for the first time

Saturday, July 19, 2008

17 July 2008

Full moon over Wally World.

15 July 2008

General Foolishness, one of the Summer Reading Club performers at
Don's library. He was a hoot.

13 July 2008

Friends at Shore Leave -- and a sample of the hideous decor at the Hunt Valley Inn.

12 July 2008

Thomas ran the Masquerade at Shore Leave. Here are some of the contestants, and also the trophies (which Thomas designed and made).

11 July 2008

Thomas was at Shore Leave, a big Star Trek convention in Timonium this weekend. Here's one of the attendees.

Thursday, July 10, 2008

10 July 2008

Kol's boy Ascher climbing after some delicious sunflower seeds.

9 July 2008

Thomas is wearing mismatched sandals these days. He has another pair
that's a mirror image of these.

Monday, July 07, 2008

7 July 2008

What has it got in its pocketses?

Don's customary gear includes: PDA, phone, keys, flash drive, swiss
army knife, glucose tablets, wallet, billfold, business cards,
change, handkerchief.

Saturday, July 05, 2008

4 July 2008

Thomas and Sharon saw the Independence Day fireworks in Catsonville, MD. Here's a small portion, which Thomas shot on his Palm Treo 680.

3 July 2008

Here's our faithful 27-year-old microwave oven sitting in the back yard.

2 July 2008

Don had an appointment with the cardiologist today in this building.
He also had a drop-in chest X-Ray. Tomorrow he's coming back here to
see the opthamologist. The neurosurgeon's building is over Don's left
shoulder as he took this picture. He's getting to know this area
pretty well.

Tuesday, July 01, 2008

1 July 2008

Our 27-year-old microwave oven gave up the ghost today, so we bought a
replacement (the white thing). Above it is our 27-year-old toaster
oven, which still works fine. Knock plastic.