On the Friday after Thanksgiving, First Avenue and 7th Street Entry host The Replacements Tribute show, which husband and I try to attend every year. It’s gotten to the point where we see old friends that we only run into at this event. The music is local and tight, and the group that goes on last always plays the theme album of the night. Tonight was special for me because the evening was in honor of Hootenanny, the album that holds the first Replacements tune I ever heard. We danced with friends we hadn’t seen since the last ‘Mats tribute and reveled in the greatness of the music.
This is day 333 of Photo 365.
Thanksgiving with family is day 332 of Photo 365.
My rock, my best friend, my hockey coach (offsides!), the best laundry folder ever, and the man that is required to die after me because I wouldn’t be able to take losing him, is day 331 of Photo 365. Love you babe, and so thankful we met in a little eastside community center where Saint Paul Camera Club was having a get together. You are the best thing in my life, and I’m thankful beyond measure.
Editor’s note: Husband’s pose is also near and dear to my heart because this is how I see him more often than not. He loves his iPhone even more than I love my phone.
This stairwell was aglow in the Pioneer Press Building on day 330 of Photo 365.
The Saint Paul Central Library is a stunning vessel, with floor to ceiling marble in many of the hallways and reading rooms. She cost approximately $1.5 million back in 1914, so you can imagine how opulent the interior is. I particularly like the staircase and chandeliers.
This is day 329 of Photo 365.
My favorite respite during the winter months is Como Conservatory. It is warm, lush and has wonderful natural light on even the dreariest days. I didn’t need to use one filter on these iPhone images.
My adventure to Como Conservatory is day 328 of Photo 365.
This is day 327 of Photo 365.