Tuesday, June 22, 2004

The new digital camera came today, so I was trying out perspective shots, like me looking out from under the other end of the table.

My grandparents let me borrow their car, so I took the chance to stay over and chat for a while tonight.

Friday, May 28, 2004

The middle of Indianapolis is a traffic circle with a large memorial to Hoosiers (they really call themselves that) who died in various wars.

The Lafayette Brewing company doesn't make IPA anymore, so John had the Eighty Five.

I took a picture in the bathroom mirror at the Lafayette Brewing Company, a microbrewery in quaint downtown Lafayette that John introduced me to.

We took a twenty-four foot Ryder truck.

Saturday, May 22, 2004

Riding to Bible study this evening, I was struck by the brick red chimneys of the physical plant contrasting against the deep blue post-storm sky.  My fifteen dollar camera failed disastrously to capture this scene.

Julianna, Bryan and our guest were yacking it up tonight int he kitchen.

There was a giant storm today.  The rain came down in sheets.

After the storm, the forest across the street was a lustrous green.

Thursday, May 20, 2004

This house on Liberty street has an American flag and a Canadian flag hanging from the porch.  Yet another reminder that I'm not in SoCal anymore.

Wednesday, May 19, 2004

Vernor's Ginger Ale is reason enough to come to Michigan.  Of course, I exaggerate.

I made tuna melts for lunch today, they were delicious.

Tuesday, May 18, 2004

In Japan, my host mother served me the best drink I ever tasted, it was like toasted milk.  I asked her what it was.  Green tea, with milk.  I add lots of sugar.

Technology is the bane of my existance.