Domingo de practica

Someone once said - practice makes perfect...So I decided to go out and work on some black & white shots this afternoon. I kind sorta pictured it in my head and this is what came out.
I really like this shot and the fact that the old school vehicle adds some funk
Maybe there is light at the end of the...alley
This image was distrubing yet intriguing so here goes...thoughts??


My townie side

Here are some shots taken yesterday afternoon in downtown Athens.


Georgia (with Jax) on my mind

My peeps!

It's official...summer in Jacksonville has come to a close. I realized this last night when I was out for my good friends golden birthday party at AllGood. A place where happy hour extends PAST 7 pm...Another great reason to LOVEEE Athens.

Reality also set in when I woke up in the comfort of my own bed bug free bed with arms and legs actually on the bed and not on top of the nightstand or hanging from the side. Snuggling up in a twin sized bed for the past 3 months wasn't the easiest of things, especially when you're 6 ft tall. But I survived and it was awesome!

On Friday after work I came home to a sad/happy scene. An empty apartment full of great memories and good-bye notes. The girls had all left earlier in the week so I was lone the ranger. I would have to say that they did a great job at cleaning out their stuff. I think my verbal threatening & fridge "momos" (mom memos) payed off!

That's a parking ticket in the yellow...
The Diversity Cup...still standing strong in memory of a great summer
Anyways, now that you've met Rico, let me give you the story behind him...He was a gift from the funnest/coolest co-workers ever! Between the spuds, Fuzz and Rico we basically got zero work done on Friday. Good times...

This was definitely a highlight! It now hangs on my wall of fame at Harris Place 255
Here's Rico at the parking lot at TPC...we made a few pit stops before peacing out.

Not much left to say. Those of you that have followed my nonsense throughout the summer...thanks for reading! You're support does not go unnoticed. I will do my best to keep you entertained as you drink your morning coffee and scroll through my posts.

It's been fun reporting live from Jax (which is where I originally began writing this post) and I will miss the people I had the pleasure of bonding with, but now it's back to where it all started. Time to hit the books and see where the next few months take me. Stay tuned...



It's a boy!

Meet Rico, the newest member of the Diaz clan.
Born: August 13, 2010
Weight: 8 lbs
Height: 3 ft
Bio: He was imported from The First Tee of St. John's County (he's also from the Caribbean, just like his adoptive mother). Rico's familia was tragically separated during the shipment era, his brother Fuzz now resides with the Outcomes & Education family in St. Augustine, FL.


The end of an era...

The internship season is winding down so we had our official closing ceremonies last night. Here's a sneak peak of the action...

Carrying the Diversity Cup Torch...the official symbol of the 2010 Diversity Cup Beer Olympics

Diversity is what it's all about...Team Egypt representing

Egyptian Queens Pablo & Diaz...Oh yea and Courtney Zang from China in the way
China vs. Venezuela in the flip cup finals
The Class of 2010 holding up their Intern Superlative Awards
For those wondering...here's what the cards look like. I was awarded the "mama hen" superlative.

In the end, all I can say is that it was a great evening filled with inappropriate happenings.

Peace out,



I decided to go a bit monochromatic this afternoon and this is what came out of it. I absolutely love this photo! Thought I would share...

My friend Courtney & her cat Harry