Diner Reflected

I took this picture from inside Mary Mahoney's restaurant in Biloxi. I was looking out the window, but the photo reflected in. It made for an interesting reflection of a diner paying his bill.

Happy weekend everyone! Click on the reflections link to see more images from around the world.

PS: If you're in the Jackson area, Fondren Theater Workshop is hosting it's fourth annual 10-Minute Play Festival. I'm directing a piece. It's going to be fun! Admission is $10 ($5 for mothers) and half the proceeds will go to arts in public schools.

Vietnam War Memorial

Here's a look at the full memorial down in Ocean Springs. I really like the simplicity of the design.

Happy Friday everyone! Click on the skywatch link to see more skies from around the world.

Dividing the Estate

Two weekends ago, my husband and I went to see Dividing the Estate at New Stage. It was a really great story - a family drama about money and property and who's getting it. The cast was really strong. It was one of the best shows we've seen there. Bravo!

Cardinal Conversation

It's nice to see a man taking care of his lady. These two are frequent visitors to my feeder, although I don't usually see them together.

Bye-bye Mississippi College

My German class at MC has come to an end. It was fun and I think it has helped me. I wish I could take next semester's class but I can't swing it with my job. I took a few last shots when I was there last. This is the back side of the cafeteria. I really love those windows and the landscaping is nice too!

Eudora Welty Series

The three readings for the Eudora Welty New Play Series went great this weekend. The play I read for came in second place with a cash prize of $250. I wish it would have come in first, but the good news is a local theater group will probably produce it next year. I feel proud to have been the first Diane in Jackson anyway. It was a lot of fun!

New Bridge

Last week I showed you the old railway bridge. And as promised here's a look at the new US Highway 90 bridge that links Ocean Springs to Biloxi. The old road was destroyed during Katrina and they built up this replacement in record time. It's bigger and better as the middle section is high enough for ships to pass through. I believe the old bridge had one of those drawbridge-like mechanisms.

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