Friday, February 29, 2008

My Two Year old Nephew

Took some pictures of my Two Year old nephew a couple of weeks ago. These pictures just prove I have a lot of leaning to do. Too many shadows.

A few more of my Beautiful Belly Dancing friends

Tuesday, February 19, 2008

I have taken a few pictures this weekend

Thought I would share with my fans..hehehe

This is Civia. She is an awesome dancer. Well, they all are in fact. She is also a wonderful teacher.

These are the Aalim Starz. They are a Belly Dancing troop in Oklahoma. Someday I may be as good as them...It could happen.

This is Nahlah. Does she not have the prettiest smile. She is also an amazing dancer and friend.

Monday, February 04, 2008

Friday, February 01, 2008

My Very Own Febuary Contest

I always wonder if ANYONE ever looks at my blog. Well, I know that my blog is mostly for my enjoyment but it is nice to know if any one else is out there and what they think.

So, here is my contest. Every time you make a comment you are entered into my drawing. At the end of the month I will put all the names into a hat and one of the girls will pull out a name. That lucky person will get an 11x14 print of one of their favorite photos that I have taken.

So, for all you lurkers, start commenting, make me feel loved and make yourself a winner.

**Negative comments are welcome if they are constructive.

Todays Route 66 memories

Monday, January 28, 2008

Mother Road ,Father Bridge

The Mother Road led us through Eastern Oklahoma on a beautiful Sunday morning. We had a lovely clear blue sky with the sun low in the January sky. We came across this short bridge that marked one of the rivers along the way.
Bridges are like God and good friends. They get us across the impassable times.
And they share in our bumps and bruises.

Tuesday, January 22, 2008

As the road moves on

As we moved on down the road we ran across an old abandoned brick building which forced me to turn my little car around to check it out. There was a plaque on the building that claimed that it was originally a gas station. The station had no electricity and was heated by small fire place in the rear of the building.

Further on down the road we ran into the infamous Rock Cafe. We stopped in for some lunch which was quite tasty and I look forward to returning in the near future so I can capture some photos of the inside.