Wednesday, July 04, 2007
downy woodpecker :: gkp :: july fourth two thousand seven
We went back to the land in Maine today to clear a path to the water. We’d like to bring the kayak up there sometime - never mind actually use the land we pay a gazillion dollars in property tax for.
So anyhoo, have camera, will travel. No sooner did we get out of the car, than I saw this little fellow. We have (at least) one in Seabrook, too. When he made his first appearance in our backyard, he created quite a ruckus. Just with his name alone— J and I reverted to Beavis and Butthead mode: “Heh-heh. You said wood.”
I’m tired but I still have to finish a take home exam and start some other homework. That’s my exciting fourth. Maybe if we’re lucky one of the neighbors will keep us awake all night (again) with their fireworks. Have a happy and safe remainder of yours!
Posted by Matty on 07/04 at 07:24 PM
Sunday, June 17, 2007
Happy Father’s Day
flamingos (flamingii?) :: stone zoo :: stoneham, ma
Dad, I miss you more everyday. There’s so much of my life you’re missing out on… and then I remember I wouldn’t have so much for you to miss out on if you were still alive. Your life, and more importantly at this point in time, your death completely changed me.
You thought I was amazing in 2001… I wonder what you would think of me now. I think you’d be proud - you guide my every move lately even if I don’t realize it at the time.
I love you D.O.D. I think you used the term jokingly, but you always were dear to me, you certainly were old and you were my dad…
That’s alright—I’m always going to be your son Tom and your Tammy Nickle. I wouldn’t want to be anyone else.
I can’t say it enough—thank you so much for being such a force in my life.
Posted by Matty on 06/17 at 11:57 AM
Wednesday, May 23, 2007
That bird is a P-I-G pig!
blue jay eating nuts :: heh heh
The blue jays are getting used to me at least. The cardinal still won’t come in the yard if we’re outside. Even to one of the trees. His mate doesn’t seem to care… she’s almost always at the feeder whan I take the dogs out. This little guy stared at me for the longest time before coming pretty close - I used a zoom lense to get this shot, but I probably could have gotten closer to him and gotten the same shot with the kit lense.
Posted by Matty on 05/23 at 06:37 PM
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