April 15, 2011
My friend Brad recently showed me a site that can display your flickr pictures in an interesting way. If you'd like to check out my page, you can click the picture above or follow this link (if it asks you to type in a flickr screen name, you can type "sitzmansitzman").
Thanks for checking it out, and have a great day!
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April 7, 2011
I'm a few days slow on posting these pictures, but that's because we've had a house guest (Andy aka Chorizo, who you'll see in one of the pictures below). In any case, I hope you like something here!
Picture 1: Mata. I realize that this may be stretching it for an "M," but a houseplant is normally called a "mata," at least in Costa Rica. We got this one the other day at a hardware store, and it's pretty cool.
Picture 2: Metal. This is the front of my in-laws' truck. I borrowed it to go pick up some lattice in Palmares.
Picture 3: Mischief. This picture happened to be taken on April Fool's Day, which makes it a bit more appropriate, perhaps. This kid was running around the fountain in Palmares.
Picture 4: Mariela Mora and Mr. McClellan with a Metal church. Andy came and visited us, so we took a trip to see the metal church in Grecia. Here's another (bonus!) picture of the church the same evening:
Hopefully there was something interesting there. If not, we'll see what I can come up with for "N." Thanks for reading and looking, and have a good one!
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I've been uploading some pictures from the last week or so. There are some cool pics, including some of Andy (Chorizo), who's been visiting us. This one is of the church in Sarchí. We went there the other day to see the World's Largest Oxcart, only to find it missing.
In any case, feel free to check the pictures out!
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April 1, 2011
I came across this funny picture from one of my Flickr contacts.
But this is even funnier: When I showed it to Angela, she said, "Oooh! It's like he's praying!" And then she broke into a free-verse recital of that famous "God grant me the serenity to accept the things I cannot change..." prayer, made famous by (countless) counted cross-stitch decorations throughout the United States. Although I have no idea where she learned that prayer.
That totally cracked me up, so I thought I'd mention it.
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