The gray house in the middle is my favorite, if you’re wondering. I like how neat and proper this row of houses looks. They’re very aesthetically appealing.
I forgot which community they are in. Kara and I viewed many before deciding on a house we would eventually call home.
This burger was delicious. It had a short life. It was photographed and then mercilessly devoured nearly instantaneously.
Kara wanted to visit Elian, a luxurious development center with a hotel, restaurants, and luxury apartments. I’m glad that we got to experience it. It felt like I was in a European village.
At the time we went, this area was empty. It felt as if a train would come eventually. However, the tracks remained solely for decoration.
Kara always eats so well. Those are very healthy choices.
I can only guess what I was having; oh yes, it was delicious but not as healthy.
I’ve gotten in the habit of photographing nearly every meal I consume. It’s like a journal of food. One day I’ll look back and remember most of the meals I ate. What a great food life I had!
I walked downtown some. It was nice to see the city in a different light, literally.
I don’t go to gas stations at night because crime tends to be higher at that time, or so I believe. But walking by this one was a unique experience. So well lit and empty.
My favorite sight was an empty Alamo at night. I remember seeing a postcard of a night Alamo photo. Now I know how it was taken.
This must be the oldest Walgreens in existence. Probably not, but it’s much older than any I’ve ever seen. I wonder what made them change from using black to red signs?
Ginger isn’t supposed to be on the couch, but she looks happy there.