I’m standing in the dark because this is embalming room number two at Butterfield Funeral Home and Crematory and if I turn on the light, what I will see is Mr. Frank Absom in all his glory laid out on table one. On table two, depending on who you believe, a Deputy U.S. Marshal who died in the line of duty or a dirty cop who got caught up in a gambling ring in the heart of Peoria, IL. He’s naked as the day he was born and since I almost went out on a date with him, I’d rather not see him in that condition.
Rodin Museum I have so many photos from the trip, but very few are of iconic images – I tried to look for the unusual and eye catching. Or the occasional T-Rex. So the food. Much to tell. Most of it good. I loved how fresh everything was, milk, cheese, bread. Oh, the cheeses! Oh,…
One of my favorite photos from Paris. Catching these two. A moment later they somehow lost them.
I’ve been having difficulty putting Paris into words, which is why the delay in my promised posts. I think I just feel that everything that can be said about the City of Lights has already been said. But I’ll give it a shot. Paris was beautiful and I enjoyed every moment of it. The people…
Run Aground is completed. Will be updating the website with more news soon.
Life is intrinsically, well, boring and dangerous at the same time. At any given moment the floor may open up. Of course, it almost never does; that’s what makes it so boring.
Images from notes on Run Aground.