Normally it is 12 pictures taken on the 12th of the month. Since I only post once per day, you get my images the following day. All pictures taken with my iPhone. Click images to enlarge, if you choose.
Created by Chad Darnell and picked up from, what I can tell, any number of random bloggers who then link back to him and vice versa. Chad is no longer doing this, nor is successor coordinating the linking of other 12 of 12'ers anymore. Now it's just Erik (and sometimes Jim) and myself - that I know of.
I still continue to do this, because of all my consistent post topics, I actually like this one the most.
06:40. Setting out Mr. Pete's fud. Kibble with some Cheerios.
It's been really tough to get him to eat lately.
07:10. On way to meeting.
Passing by Cleveland Clinic's uninspired new cancer center building
07:40. 2nd Breakfast.
It's just a Homer Simpson world for me.
10:10. Break time during our meeting.
12:30. Elevator ride to my office.
This is not something you see every day. Or at least I don't.
13:45. Coming up from a research office.
I climbed four flights of stairs. I always opt for stairs over the elevator - at least for five flights. Any more than that, I ride.
16:20. Still workin'.
17:40. Potty Break.
They probably should have sterilized it again after I was done.
17:55. Oh - I entered. Then exited.
The sign is always wrong.
18:30. You can't tell, but there was a sudden white-out right before I let Mr. Pete out to pee.
20:10. Princess Sophie.....waiting for 710 to sit with her.
710 made the cake. I might have added more 'sprinkles'.
my friend the penguin is doing "12 of 12"
710's cake looks dee-lish; "sanitized for your protection" - I remember those from old motels in the 60s; and the cancer center looks depressing (as if cancer ain't depressing enough).
Oy, I got winded just reading that! =)
A doughnut and a cake? Sounds like my kind of day.
One can never be too rich or too thin or have too many sprinkles either.
One can never have too many sprinkles... especially when there's none of those rat dropping chocolate looking ones involved.
Interesting pics. And I agree with Erik - never too many sprinkles. ;-)
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