A photographic look at life in Jackson, Mississippi and the surrounding area
A close-up on the bell that stands in front of the Mississippi state capitol building. My mother-in-law is visiting us from Germany this week. I haven't had a lot of time for commenting, but I have taken a lot of new photos for this blog!
une belle inscription, rien de plus important que la liberté
Finding time for more photos is always challenging. A visitor offers a perfect opportunity. Hoping to see more!!
I like you angle on this one,and I'm glad the weather is a bit cooler for your mother-in'law's visit.
Nicely composed...very interesting...sounds like you're having a good time!
I didn't go to UT, but had friends that did. One of them I may have mentioned before is so rabid he never misses a home game and his toilet seat is a UT toilet seat!
He lives in Houston!
I do have a degree from Texas A&M, though. Heh, heh!
Stop with the jokes already!
Nice shot! Enjoy the MIL visit :)
Joli gros plan
Re your funny comment on Ocala about what would Jesus say: Nuttin! The Jesus of the Synoptics was an "orthodox" Jew through and through...
Re Aggies and such: I'm glad you speak to the poor fellow sometimes...he probably doesn't understand too much, though.
Actually, I got a Masters from East Texas State University...which is now part of Texas A&M...which I did not know about until I started getting "alumni" stuff from A&M! :-)
Let's cherish our liberty. People give their lives trying to achieve theirs.
J'adore les cloches, c'est encore mieux quand elles sont "libres".
I like this one, you framed it perfectly.
It must indeed be a great sound to hear. Please have a wonderful time - thanking you as well very much for your kind words, I'd like to wish you all a good Friday.
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