I just love this bar.
Wille the Wildcat.
It makes me miss being close.
Recycling and organizing the clothing.
Forget Armani, Valentino and Versace... here is the up and coming... Juan Carlos Garcia. His work was quite beautiful.
International Fashion Show- 2009.
Hope for the Hopeless.
Love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love, love. There's nothing you can do that can't be done.Nothing you can sing that can't be sung.Nothing you can say but you can learn how to play the game.It's easy.There's nothing you can make that can't be made. No one you can save that can't be saved.Nothing you can do but you can learn how to be you in time.It's easy.All you need is love, all you need is love.
Chillin' at City Park.
This guy was such a stud. I swear... what is sexier than reading poetry in the park? hahaah
Open-House, Ice Carving.
Balloon Give Away!
Outside of Durland.
To promote TOMS...
Check their website out... defintley b.a....http://cdn2.tomsshoes.com/default14.htm
Nap time no more.
Our couch in the newsroom.
Whenever I come home my old pal Andrew G. does something random. When he came over Friday he showed up in a tux and a masquerade mask....
Budget cuts-sensored edition.
Night on the Green Carpet- part dos.
Local Foods Fair.
In Long Park.
Nothing better than waking up with some coffee in your stomach.
God has really blessed me at this place.
Commercial space for lease.
For a story over the fashion "essentials" every woman must have. The little black dress.
KSU Parking Services.
Late Night Strolls.
Fake Patty's Day.
You've just got to love Aggieville.
Lisle and Matt.
At the Rec. Center.
Mercy Dental Health.
Free dental services at the KS Armory.
I don't even know.
Hug day? Costume Party? Accordions? Didgeridoo? A stuffed unicorn? Er... what? (Outside of Hale Library.)
This gentleman ran 78 laps around Ahearn Field House. Every year since he was 50 Marvin has been running laps around the track in accordance with matching his age...78 times, 78 years.
People you meet.
Wow...meet S.C. I don't know the guy, but I've ran in to him twice down in the ville while on assignment, and we always seem to coincide.
Door with light.
Before the game.
Blizzard at Bramlage.
"I wish I was from Alaska."
Random person I met outside of Seaton Hall.
At Tuttle Creek Lake.
Warm hearts on a warm day.
Kids playing croquet.
Students were making valentines cards for the soldiers whom are serving in the armed services.
Beginning of something more.
There is a fantastic institution outside of Manhattan called Hope Ranch. These wonderful people have let me in to their lives, and it's a privilege to partake with them in their experience. Thanks.
The face of change.
Students watching the inauguration of President Barack Obama.
Before heading back to Manhattan, Kenneth and I decided to eat some pizza at Breadeux and check out an old ceramic's store downtown. We stumbled upon this fellow.
My kind of people. Mass street.
Dr. Martin Luther King.
Vigil walk to First United Methodist Church.
The little bro.
What a stud.
In a park.
Raising a Family.
In Manhattan. Amanda & Abbigal.
By Andrew at the Saline County Hospital.
Cory teaches my 82 year old Grandma how to light things on fire with a magnifying glass. (Oh the fun of being home for the holidays!)
Oh goodness, Kenneth and I had one grand adventure to Wichita, KS......Chipotle on Rock Rd.
Raking in December...
Trees stand barren as Kansas State University Groundskeepers rake up the fallen remains.
Finals Week at Kansas State University.
K-State's Potter Guild.
Sale in the KSU Union.
The Knights of Columbus created finals gift sacks at St. Isadores Church.
McCain Holiday Home Tour.
Manhattan residents toured six homes that were on showcase as part of The Holiday Tour.
Miss Black and Gold
The Alpha Pi Alta serenade Miss Toni Owens at the Miss Black and Gold pageant in Forum Hall.
International Student Center.
My room mate- Nicki.
Grand Ol' Trunk.
The sibling team that owns possibly one of the best thrift shops in Kansas.
The Friend's of the Gardens gave away free poinsettias to those who surveyed various poinsettias...meet little Hadley.
There's times when you are just struck by it.
The after effects.
Give me Christmas.
Just a second job...
But he was pretty professional.
EMC at the Crossroads.
International foods/ culture day.
I can ride my bike with no handle bars.
KSU cycling club.
"Tell me not in mournful numbers,
Life is but an empty dream!
For the soul is dead that slumbers,
And things are not what they seem.
Life is real! Life is earnest!
And the grave is not its goal;
Dust thou are, to dust thou returnest,
Was not spoken of the soul..."
-Henry Wadsworth Longfellow
Outside of Hale.
I was walking out of Hale Library the other evening, and I found this.
Halloween at Jardine.
This young lady was dressed up as a bride for Halloween. She kept adjusting her veil, and it made me smile.
The Road,er, Sidewalk Less Taken.
This man was outside of the Seventh Day Adventist Church laying the brick sidewalk.
As a Whistle.
I had the opportunity to observe a silent pro-life protest on Anderson & Dennison...
Riley County Square Dancing- at Manhattan's Senior Center.
Hiro Furukawa at the Chalking contest in Bosco Plaza.
Rainy days bring those f-stop blues.
Face down in the dirt.
The beloved..the ville'
Sexual attraction. Alcohol. Cologne.
A time to change.
In the race of life you run into people that you could have never lived with out. The gems of people that blow your mind, the people that are so real, so pure, so honest that you know that there must be something more than just the drudge of life. That it was fate that you two met. I am lucky to have such people in my life. Thank you all.
Chris' cat- Elliot.
The K-State Trumpet section had sectionals at 9:30-10:30, and I had the luck to hear them. They are preparing to play all Beatles songs at the upcoming homegame.
Manhattan Christian College
He was no Michael Jordan, but I thought he was good.
The woman that taught me to love, laugh, and cook.
KSU vs. Montana
What can I say about these people? They were fantastic.
Here at KSU
God has placed me at Kansas State University at the moment. We'll have to see what this year brings.
I am quite horrible at the upkeep of this website, but I will try to somewhat keep it up-to-date. Have a goodone.