When I picked Connor up this evening, we started to drive down the street and he exclaimed, "Whoa!"
I looked up and in the beautiful Texas sunset, I saw more birds than an Alfred Hitchcock movie could would know what to do with.
I also finally got around to getting a shot of this mural on the side of a building called The Lafayette that I have enjoyed viewing over the years.
I met Karim this morning for our Sunday brunch and chat. It was a gorgeous day to be out and about in Houston. I think it's great that in our ever changing world, you can count on old friends for consistency. Karim's quotes for the day (both said with enthusiasm), "I love chartreuse," and "The quiche is cut in a perfect wedge."
We then ended our day of relaxation and chat at Inversion, a coffee house on Montrose for desert and coffee. I enjoy their coffee, but I love the window. It is an homage to the Art League building that previously stood on this spot. We had every intention of watching some DVD's and painting, but instead we ended up talking and eating our way through the day. It was one of those days where you lose track of time, until you are hungry again.
This one looks like it is looking up from the bottom of a well or pond to me. I think it's kind of like an impressionist painting, but a little freaky because of the perspective.