I am so sad, but I have to admit that I can’t keep up the one-photo-a-day challenge. I LOVED doing this Web site. Really loved it. So sad to leave it behind. I imagine that I will post random Anderson pics once in a while…but I won’t be doing one photo a day. Anderson, I still love you!
May 19, 2010
May 8, 2010
Delicious! And beautiful. The orange of the carrot really adds to the plate, doesn’t it? I think “the” Thai place in Anderson is fantastic. Thai Spice sits on Greenville Street right across from the hospital. The food is yum, the service efficient, and my only regret is that I can’t go every night.
May 5, 2010
I found another pic from the yard sale. Isn’t she adorable? Madeline is her name, I believe. Sporting very cool glasses and very long lashes. (Another view is here.)
May 3, 2010
A friend recently adopted a Shih-Tzu, and I’ve become smitten with the breed. When I saw this little cutie in the midst of her beauty treatment, I had to snap a pictue. PetSmart.
April 30, 2010
Hmmmm….Where in Anderson would you find peanuts (gratis), lemonade, malt vinegar, a BAG OF FRIES, thick hamburgers, and oh-so-elegant tableware?
April 29, 2010
Another of my favorite sights in Spring. Old North Anderson is covered in Dogwoods.
April 28, 2010
My nose is dripping, my voice is 150 octaves deeper, and I’m officially a mouth breather. Pollen is here. But aren’t these wild azaleas beautiful? They remind me of my mom — because she loves them. Some beautiful things are worth the pain of allergies. Another view here.
April 27, 2010
Also at the yard sale, we met this adorable chihuahua and shih-tzu mix. Just a teeny tiney cutie. Her mother was nice too.
April 26, 2010
The sun seemed to fall so perfectly on these little, precious baby feet! The spring is yard sale time. Perfect weather except for the pollen. (Another view is here.)
April 24, 2010
I looked. And looked again. U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey? Whaaaa? I’ve only seen this one other time — at Ceasar’s Head State Park. (Not that I”m all hip to surveys and geodetic thing-a-ma-bobs.) Look at the date: 1933. Cool. Elevation: 797.226 feet. Above sea level, I’m guessing. What is “R 6″? Now for the big question: WHERE IN ANDERSON is this U.S. Coast and Geodetic Survey Benchmark? (That you better not disturb, at risk of a $250 fine!) Any knowledgable folks out there? You won’t guess it unless you’ve happened to have seen it. Because in my opinion it’s in a VERY weird place. I wonder why it’s THERE… Can’t wait to see your respones. (Another view is here.)