Saturday, September 7, 2013

Friday Fragments: Just Whistle

Sorry my Friday Fragments are a bit late, Friday managed to get away from me.

Some things never lose their magic. On my way to work one morning this week I saw this in a hotel parking lot and of course I had to pull in and get a few shots of it with my phone.

Of course that got me to thinking of . . .

I introduced my 9 year old granddaughter Sissy to Abbott & Costello this week. All she could do was shake her head and look at me like I was crazy. I guess it would help if, instead of a football fan, she were a baseball fan.

Tomorrow   Today I pick up the new vintage chairs we bought for the studio. I can't wait to finish getting the studio set up. 

#4 It is a good thing the studio is just about finished as we have an in studio portrait session scheduled for Tuesday.

Weekly rundown:
[The weekly rundown is a glimpse of the past week.]

Shared a bit of street photography.

 Shared shots taken in Art Alley.

Created and shared my latest motivational art piece "Beyond The Negative".

Have fantastic weekend, and be sure to hop over and share some love at Mrs. 4444's
Half-Past Kissin' Time


Mrs4444 said...

Wow. Art Alley is amazing; I had to Google it to find where it is. My mom was born in Murdo South Dakota!

The quote on your poster--so true, Nita!

Abbott and Costello--I enjoyed them as much as I enjoyed Laurel and Hardy. Never liked the Three Stooges, though. That slapstick stuff only goes so far.haha

Thanks for linking up this week. I publish at 9pm Central time on Thursdays, so feel free to link up early (to get more visitors) and make some new fragmented friends :)

Lori said...

Love your street shots!

bill lisleman said...

I remember a local Weinermobile visit a long time ago and a couple of kids got to inside and get a little whistle. I wonder if many companies will do future advertising like that much anymore.
I should stop over here more often. Hope to see you on the FF list this week.

Nita Davis said...

Oops, I thought I linked the words art alley to their website. I am glad you Googled it though because it is a fantastic show of graffiti art.
Thank you for stopping by and I hope to get myself on track and join in sooner in the future.

Nita Davis said...

Thank you Lori for stopping by and commenting.

Nita Davis said...

Glad you stopped by Bill. It would be good to see more companies advertising in such a personal way.