As you might be able to tell, my phone was dying when I shot this so it’s reel short.
After closing the sale of my parents home in Oceanside, unfortunately, my Dad fell down and ended up in the La Jolla VA hospital at the escrow office. A beautiful sweet woman in the parking lot saw it happen, helped me lift him up and gave him some bandages. She really reaffirmed my faith in human nature.
Afterwards, we went to visit him at the hospital. Then, my date & I went to La Jolla shores for dinner. We saw this restaurant called Barbarella that was decorated thoroughly with these scary animated Halloween characters. In fact, it was so scary that my date didn’t want to eat there because of the giant fake spiders, even if they were near a romantic fireplace.
Since my “Day of the Dead” pictures from a few years ago became my most popular blog, I figured that I should share some of these fun early resHalloween images as well. My Dad is feeling better now too.
Notice the two monitors: One is for when designing virtual solar systems with Google Sketchup on maps and crafting proposals, the other is for contacting clients.
I took this picture of a friend, doubled it, set it on fire using the free version of Instafusion for Android, from the Play Store.
Since I’m Jewish, when I was a child, my parents told me Santa was fake. I went to school and told all the other kids he was fake too! Boy was I on the naughty list after that! I had to go to the principal’s office and he met with my parents. The principal told me that even if he wasn’t real, it’s not nice to tell the other kids. I cried and apologized, but now I can’t help telling the truth and these pictures of multiple Santas in an Ocean Beach bar prove it.
Last Night Hannukah Candles
They’re really quite colorful,even after they burn out.
Ocean Beach Pier at Sunset
Here’s an abstract view of the pier at sunset.
Here’s a few more picturesque photos of Ocean Beach:
Here’s the Ocean Beach tree with the pier sunset in the background: note the hippie peace symbol on the tree, characteristic of this independent retro small town.
Here’s an elf at Trader Joe’s unpacking cookies.
Happy Holidays to all!