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thedailypic•Yr8•168/365•2725•Anna BSU

This afternoon was spent getting to know Anna’s future home – Bridgewater State University. It was Accepted Students Day at the campus.



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thedailypic•Yr8•147/365•2704•Cut by the Foot

So, I broke a 40 year record and had surgery today, by choice. Well, if choice means – two doctors and my wife told me I had to, never really felt I had a choice. Plantar Fasciitis led me to this, it has been heading that way after about 10 years of annoying me. Countless “cures”, shots, therapy, gizmos, foot straps, bands, and tons of other sh*t you hopefully can buy cheap at my next yard sale that never worked. I have not had surgery since the late 70’s, so I need to publicly apologize to the nursing staff, I will own it, I was a wimp. I can not handle hospitals when I take my wife for her kidney stones, forget about being a patient, but they were all awesome. Doctors, nurses, staff, Milford Regional is the best. Other than the almost passing out incident over the IV, we had fun, laughs, selfies, I was even known as “Tim Rice the Photographer”. Apparently I have photographed a few of them in the past. One of my nurses was a snowman I photographed in the Milford Holiday Parade. She even took me on a field trip so I could see one of my photos that hangs in the hospital’s new wing. As for the Doc in the photo, that is Dr. Lepley from Franklin, the cutter. I highly recommend him and his office for any of your foot needs. Great guy, has helped everyone in my family at one point.

I am now laid up for a bit, not a thing I am used too, nor will I handle it well. I can’t deal with sitting at the beach for a few hours, I am off my feet until at the very least Tuesday, maybe longer and there is no driving for 2 weeks. I discovered FX’s The Americans on Amazon today… 4 in, damn good. Expect some household dailypics for a few days… good thing we are having such a bad stretch of weather making it easy to sit on this couch. 70 degrees in February and I can’t walk.


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thedailypic•Yr8•097/365•2654•Not My Foot

Feet can suck.



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Guest photographer Anna, age 18, Senior in High School, first time voter. In the noise of what is to me, a horrible election cycle, I forgot the excitement of the process. I love politics, an almost history major myself, I know more about them than I admit publicly. I love(d) voting, it is not a perfect system, I love that I still use a pen to do it, I love election day, there is a connection to history each time you vote, you see those you may not have seen in awhile. November 3rd, 1992 I walked into the then High School in Medway, the same High School I graduated from a year prior and voted in my first election. I voted for Ross Perot, it made sense to me at the time. I even knew he would not win, but I wanted my decision to matter to me. Every election since them I have used the same logic – it was hard to do that today.

I dreaded today, looking at some of the people in line with me this morning, I was not alone. Except for Anna, she and I arrived at that same school together at 6:40am to stand in our place in line until 7. She was glowing among the many beaten , tired others, myself being one of them. She was talkative, curious, genuinely excited… I was jealous of her. I was better being next to her. I was proud of her. She has studied all the questions, all the candidates, she was ready and happy to serve. Trump and Clinton will go, just as those before did. The machine will spin on, and I know Anna will never miss an election. I expect one day her name could even be on a ballot, and what is happening now will shape her into the person she will be, and we all will be better off for it. I need to stop and learn more from my kids more often. Today was not a chore, it was a privilege.


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thedailypic•Yr7•292/366•2483•Day Trip

Yr7•292-366•2483•Day Trip

Anna had a day off, I took the day off and we headed to Six Flags. Out of the four in the family, two ride roller coasters… us. That’s all we did, got a fast pass and skipped lines, sat in the front cars, one of us felt old. We hit them all, some a few times. Best riding partner I could ask for. Great way to spend a Monday.


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thedailypic•Yr7•263/366•2454•Father’s Day Fun

Yr7•263-366•2454•New Space

3 Kayaks, 2 kids, a dog and a selfie stick… fun on Father’s Day. Snuck over the Lake Winthrop with the kids after a beautiful wedding shoot (Congratulations Robin and Frank). Took the dog out on the lake too, she did not seem to hate it, she did not seem to love it. Happy Father’s Day to all who celebrate.


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thedailypic•Yr7•148/366•2339•Yama Fuji


After a long day of trying to get this house back together, we decided to head out for sushi… since there is not a flat surface in my house we could possible use to eat right now.


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Gas was .79 cents a gallon in  1990 the first time I filled a car. It was 2.69 when the dailypic was born in October 2009. Tonight I filled my tank for $25. I would love to see that .79 cents again, but this seems fine for now.



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Yr7•007/365•2198 Stream October 7, 2015

October 7, 2015

Look a stream, I shot it with my phone. I am tired.


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