Tuesday, November 24, 2009
Tuesday, November 10, 2009
Red Rocks Brewery on 16th Street in Denver was such a great place I ended up going there twice. They had so many new great beers to my tastebuds that they let me taste most of them....for free. When do you get that kind of treatment in Philly? They had the first keg of their Pumpkin Ale of the season to give out for free to whomever wanted to drink it. So I did.
While being on 16th St. I stumbled upon a great artist. There I found a small, yet perfect pink monster that would fit into my book bag for the journey home (we live happily in Philadelphia now).
This next picture is of my friend Julian, who is simply awesome. He was doing a lead climb during this photo so the rest of the gang would be able to climb the route. I actually made it to the top as well but with a lot more frustrations and curse words. Rocking climb was never anything that I actually wanted to do in my life... and now I can not wait till I can do it again.
Here is a shot that was taken at the place where we were climbing at. The building that you can see in the bottom of the picture is actually a part of the Coors brewery.
This picture is last but not least. This is by far the coolest picture that I took while out in Colorado. It was a super wonderful day with great clouds in the sky. I know one day I will be using this picture for inspiration because it is just that super.
Thursday, November 5, 2009
Google has enriched my life...yet again! So after I scrolled over to Cookie Monster's crummy face (which I heard from someone that Cookie Monster now eats vegetables...so that is bunk) I was thrilled to find out that it was the 40th anniversary for Sesame Street. Not that I really care about any of that, this little bit of information made me reflect on my childhood..which I am obviously hanging onto. As I finish my beautiful bowl of colorful cereal, which you can see above, I think back to when I was a kid and how I had one aisle to talk my mom into buying me this sugary shit with an even junkier toy inside. I would then follow up these efforts by actually never having more than one bowl of cereal. How I see it now is this was just the beginning of my ventures in sales. I don't think that I was so successful when it came to talking my parents into buying me pretty cupcakes... That I am not over! As promised before my friend the Pirate took some sweet pictures. As for the ones that I am not in they were taken by me :) Happy (belated Halloween) Thursday / Unbirthday / Whatever!!!
Monday, November 2, 2009
This was taken in Colorado just outside of Denver at my first ever rugby game. There I got to meet a bunch of awesome guys, learn the word scrum, and see the city skyline with the back drop of giant mountains. Needless to say I had a stellar time. The sun was shinning quite nicely and the grass was extra lush, that is why my shoes were not on my feet. P.S. the teams colors were red and black...good thing I packed extra shoes!