Tuesday, June 29, 2010

Saturday, June 26, 2010

... wedded pair ...



... with a passion for love ...

Friday, June 25, 2010

fashion pair ...



... with a passion of flare

Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Saturday, June 19, 2010

... our FATHER ...



... who art in heaven ...

Friday, June 18, 2010

Wednesday, June 16, 2010

... buddy on up!...



More of us are doing more and more on the www dot coms.
The computer age has influenced and continues to change our culture. For instance, the well-known pal sites is convenient and beneficial for everyone.
There are pay pals to move funds easily when making transactions. You got more pal sites that I bet you weren't even aware of, SEARCH AND SEE.

I drive a Chevrolet Silverado and was looking for a Dallas auto repair shop to do a brake job for my pick'em up.
It never fails, as i try to overcome the fear of the unknown, to always act like I know what the mechanic is talking about as it tends to make me feel better during the repair negotiations. Instead, I generally come off feeling less impressed with myself than I intended.
My goal is to get my vehicle repaired, so should theirs along with providing, at the minimum, GOOD customer service.
That is where the common ground generally ends. I'm there to spend the least amount as possible and get my vehicle repaired . They are trying to profit as much as possible. I dont mind that and yet expect it as it is a business.
I am NOT expecting to spend money to receive repair work that is insufficient or incomplete. It is a risk every time you entrust someone else with your possessions, trust and money. But you can always manage risk. Do so by minimizing it.



Repairpal is a dubya dubya dubya dot com site that can educate you to a level you are comfortable with. Very user friendly and a lot of information that can payoff in ways you may or may not expect. e.g. estimates, car info, encyclopedia, maintenance tracker for your vehicle(s) which makes it beneficial and cost effective just by using this dot com.

It has a very fashionable price as well...it's free!


btw ....shouldn't the 'W' be called a 'double vee' instead of a 'double u'?

Just a thought.

... Waterfalling thru Wednesday ...

Tuesday, June 15, 2010

Saturday, June 12, 2010

Saturday, in the Park




...or Saturday, in the yard!



Whether on a bench, under an arbor, or in an "outdoor room" it is SATURDAY, no matter how you spend it, consider this:

Arbors are fashionably elegant entry ways that can create a bit of an ambiance in their wake. Arbors can also be practical. For instance, arbors can define areas and create a sense of charm. Nature and solitude seem to "exude in their 'tude" which can create memorable moments. They can also help in directing traffic patterns and provide a path of intent.


...or Saturday, in the garden!






Wooden arbors make good garden arbors as they provide a natural structure for climbing vines or flowers that can add to the striking fashion of the surrounding environment.


...or Saturday, by the sea!




Approaching arbors seem to create elegant pleasure
But the treasure you find in the moment, stays with you forever.


...or Saturday, atop of the world!




...or Saturday, spent in ever popular "outdoor rooms"!




Green is still in. So is oil, but we won't dwell on that.
Going green seems to promote efficient, effortless pleasures that benefit everyone including Earth.
So whether you are going green from the 'inside out' or from the 'outside in' ... "done gone green" is is truly fashionable!




Friday, June 11, 2010

Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Monday, June 7, 2010

Sunday, June 6, 2010

Saturday, June 5, 2010

Friday, June 4, 2010

The Bride Give Away Day




Rehearsal Dinner



Sisters




Dad & Tab

... OK GO! ...

... MUST cpc ...




A video by a group called OK Go. Is your basic pop song; however NASA engineers created a Rube Goldberg machine that was used in the video. Most excellent! ~bbqman

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

... almost time for a wedding ...



not the bride's ... but close to 'er
not the bride's day yet
~ but close ~
and the hours draw fewer

Tuesday, June 1, 2010