Monthly Archives: February 2016
Pittsburg Paints and the topiaries
Painted topiaries add a whimsical note to the street, don’t they? They may well be the only topiaries in town, although I will admit that I did not do a complete inspection.
Ever get that feeling?
I couldn’t explain it – it just felt like someone was watching me…
Miguel & Angelica
I just added a new rule to my other one – always look around back. The new rule is take the other route into town.
I’ve been to Plainview a lot of times. And I always go into town the very same way. The other day, I took a different exit (there aren’t that many to choose from) off the highway, which put me within eyesight of what used to be a big grocery store. It looked nicely abandoned, so of course I had to check it out.
And (around back, of course!) I noticed that Miguel and Angelica had proclaimed their love on a trash container. As one does.
Jesus and the cotton gin
In my mind, this shrine is called Jesus in a Box, although I am almost positive that’s not really its official name. (I mean no disrespect; it’s just what it looks like to me.)
I’d only stopped in there once before, in my long-ago non-camera days, so it was about time that my camera and I paid a visit.
And so, there was Jesus and a cotton gin across the way, which I guess sort of sums things up around here.
St. Isidore Catholic Church