Thursday, February 06, 2020

What If You Lived Here? ADT Custom Home Services!

There’s much to say about the benefits of being protected by the Custom Home Services Group. As a distinct division within ADT Security Services, we offer exceptional service combined with advanced technology and truly custom solutions.

Sometimes, working in the Custom Home Services group can be challenging. Every so often I receive an unusual request from a client.  Most of the time it's for something like an expedited installation due to an immediate threat (Monday), or perhaps a special order part (last week).  Those are relatively easy to deal with.

I have a new client who was so pleased with a special arrangement I made for his father's house here in the Chicago area, that he asked me to design a security program for his own home.  There's nothing unusual about that, per se, except that he lives in a fairly remote area that we don't usually service, he's somewhat off the grid.

We have a process for that, which I'm currently navigating, and I'll soon learn if I can help him.  It's a real one-off situation.  That's why we call it Custom Home Services.

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

The Fish (with apologies to Dr Seuss)

I have a somewhat unique talent:  I can recite, verbatim (with voices), the entirety of "The Cat In The Hat" by Dr Seuss.

You remember The Cat In The Hat, don't you?  The Cat intrudes on the protagonist and his little sister, Sally, on a rainy day when their mother is not at home.  Their fish says, "No, no, make that cat go away.  Tell the Cat In The Hat you do not wish to play.  He should not be here, he should not be about. he should not be here when your mother is out!"

Basically, it's a home invasion by a mischievous intruder (a cat burglar).  He arrives with two thugs, Thing One and Thing Two, who proceed to ransack the place and wreak all kinds of havoc, not to mention putting an indelible stain on mother's new dress.  Now... that's what I call a metaphor!!

In the children's story the home is protected by the family pet, a fish (your dog, perhaps?), who is completely ineffective in deterring crime.  Luckily childrens' stories all have happy endings, and The Cat In The Hat puts the house back together just in time for Mother to walk through the door, completely unaware of what happened that day.

So, where do I come in?  I'm the guy who arranges your security program so that when an intruder enters your home uninvited, your ADT security system warns him off and makes him leave.

The fish couldn't keep The Cat In The Hat, and his thug friends, out of the house.  I, on the other hand, have 19,000 colleagues here at ADT whose sole purpose is to keep your home and your family safe.

Call me today on (201) 306-8250 to avoid a messy situation, because in real life the cat who enters your home won't be so lovable a scoundrel... and we're not a fish!  Enough said?

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

What Time Is It When An Elephant Sits On Your Fence?

About a month ago my watch died on me.  It was an auspicious occasion as it's the only watch I'd ever purchased.  You see, my dad was a watchmaker, and he'd always kept me in timepieces, but when he passed away in the summer of 2007 I was on my own, watch-wise, for the first time as a grown man.

I'd purchased a Citizen Eco-Drive, a solar powered watch and it lasted a good eleven years without so much as a hint of trouble, but alas.

This time around, I went for a "smart" watch, a Samsung Gear S3 Frontier, which I like very much.  One of the things I like about it is that it synchs to my iPhone and so I get text messages directly to my wrist.

Of course, when my ADT security system wants to message me I get those messages sent to my wristwatch.  One morning a few weeks ago my neighborhood lost power due to a snow storm and so my ADT Pulse system let me know that there was a problem.  As it happens I was home at the time, and the outage was just a few minutes.  Had I been traveling, had it been a longer duration, this would have been some very important information to know.

If you have ADT Pulse IS but don't know how to set-up alert messages you can visit the help menu in the Pulse portal.  If you're one of my clients you can call me and I'll walk you through it.  If you'd like to learn more about the benefits of an interactive security program call me on (201) 306-8250 and I'll be happy to get you set-up.

Friday, January 19, 2018

You Can't Take It With You? Yes, You Can!

You've heard it a million times, mostly when referring to accumulated wealth:  "you can't take it with you."  But money isn't everything, it doesn't compare to knowing our loved ones are safe, especially our most valuable assets... our children.

I'm pleased to report that there's good news.  ADT protection, the same protection you rely on at home, can now be taken with you.  How?

ADT Go, our new smartphone app,  can help you get help wherever you are.  Download it today from the iTunes App Store or the Google Play Store and start taking your ADT protection with you.

SOS Button, Emergency Response, Crash Detection, Crime Alerts, Distracted Driving Alerts, Family Location Tracking, Geo-fencing, Live Agent Support and more.  

Point your browser to or call me on (201) 306-8250.

Tuesday, November 28, 2017

Glass-Breaking News

Wednesday, June 14, 2017

Flag Day 2017

Once again, my favorite day of the year... Flag Day 2017

© 2017 Joseph Pobereskin, All Rights Reserved.

Storefront Window, Montrose Ave, Chicago
Canon EOS-5DII
28~105/3.5~4.5 Canon EF Ultrasonic lens
ISO 100

Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Wherever You're Going, You Can Take ADT Along...

Thursday, April 20, 2017

Happy "Alexa Day"

Earlier this year I told you about an exciting new partnership with Amazon that would soon allow ADT Pulse customers the ability to arm and disarm their security systems by simply asking Alexa: the voice behind Amazon’s Echo and Echo Dot voice-command products. 
Well, I’m happy to say, “Alexa, it’s time to celebrate!

Beginning today, ADT Pulse customers can now integrate their security and automation platforms with Alexa. In addition, on May 3 we’ll have Amazon Echo and Echo Dot devices available directly to consumers nationwide! This is the perfect example of people and technology coming together to ensure our customer’s smart home is a safe home.  

ADT Pulse customers can also ask Alexa to turn on the lights, lock and unlock the door, and provide the status of their home security system and automation devices. Most notably, ADT will be the first national security provider to allow customers to disarm their system with voice command and a secure PIN! Another fantastic differentiator for our company.

To mark this achievement, Friday, April 28 has officially been dubbed “Alexa Day” across ADT.  I guess it won't be long before Hallmark starts selling "Alexa Day" cards.

Thursday, February 02, 2017

It's Time To Quit Joking About Santa Claus!

From the "You Can't Make This Stuff Up" department...

When I do a walk-through of a home with a client, I mention that we should locate a motion sensor near the stairs to protect against an intruder entering the home some unprotected way and making his/her way to the master suite, typically on the second floor of a two-story home.  I use as an illustration, always tongue-in-cheek, "if Santa Claus were to change sides and come down your chimney to rob you instead of delivering gifts" ...and it's tongue-in-cheek because who, in his right mind, would ever actually come down a chimney to commit a break-in?

Well, now I know.  I saw, in the "crawl" at the bottom of the TV screen, while watching the morning news, that a man got stuck in the chimney of a California home doing just that.  The police responded after an accomplice entered the home through a door and tripped the home's alarm system in an attempt to rescue the poor fool.  According to a 
report by NBC News in Los Angeles, "When the officers arrived to the home, they found the suspect's feet dangling from the chimney and immediately identified him." 

Apparently this isn't the first time it's happened.   Last November, according to a report by Fox News in Chicago, a burglar died after being stuck in a chimney and the homeowner, upon returning (and not realizing someone was in the chimney),  lit a fire in his fireplace.

I guess it's time to quit joking about Santa Claus!

Thursday, January 05, 2017

Say "Hello" To My Little Friend

Amazon Echo
ADT welcomes Amazon Echo and Echo Dot products to its Pulse ecosystem, ADT’s remote home security monitoring system that gives consumers the power to control their home security preferences regardless of location.

Beginning this month, ADT customers will be able to integrate home automation skills with Amazon Alexa to arm and disarm their home security system through simple voice commands and a secure PIN. Next month, ADT will offer Alexa devices directly to new and existing customers, facilitating product set-up and additional support for those who purchase the device through ADT. This strategic collaboration enhances the ADT customer experience, ultimately delivering the gold standard in home security.

In addition to using voice control to lock and unlock the door, turn on the lights, arm/disarm the security system and more, ADT Pulse customers can also ask Alexa to provide the status of their home security system and automation devices. Once a command is given to Alexa, she will provide feedback to confirm the action has taken place. A sample of new capabilities include:

 “Alexa: Is my ADT system armed?”
 “Alexa: Tell ADT to disarm my security alarm, using PIN 3095.”
 “Alexa: Tell ADT to lock the front door.”

ADT Pulse connects with a variety of smart home devices to create a smarter, safer home. Delivering seamless security and home automation, the Pulse IS ecosystem features 24/7 fast-response burglary and theft monitoring, secure real-time video, remote arm and disarm, remote door lock and unlock, and climate and lighting control.

This spring, ADT will introduce Pulse v8.0, providing customers with a revamped smart-phone app and a more intuitive experience to manage their security and lifestyle needs. In addition, users will use 3D Home View to check each room for reassurance.

For more information, call me on (201) 306-8250.

Tuesday, July 26, 2016

Ring... You're Always Home

ADT is partnering with Ring, which means a safer and smarter home. Lock your door, turn on the lights and arm your ADT system directly from the Ring app with ADT Pulse - all while seeing who's at the door. Additionally, you can now access emergency assistance via the in-app panic buttons with ADT Canopy. We're committed to taking every step towards providing convenience, security and monitoring for our ADT family.  Call me today on (201) 306-8250 to learn more about ADT Pulse with a Ring Video Doorbell.

#ADT #AlwaysThere #AlwaysHome

Tuesday, June 14, 2016

It's Flag Day Again

Two hundred and thirty nine years after the Continental Congress formally adopted the stars and stripes design it's Flag Day again. Powerful icon, national symbol, lightning rod for political discourse, the stars and stripes still flies, still provokes, still inspires Americans (and others) everywhere. Here's a few of my favorites. Happy Flag Day 2016.
Right: Auditions for the movie "Hair," Central Park, NYC 1976 - Nikon F, 28/2.8 Nikkor Lens, Kodachrome 25

Below (top): Liberty Deli, Elizabeth NJ - Canon EOS-5D, 28~105/3.5~4.5 Canon EF Ultrasonic lens, ISO 100

Below (bottom): Parking Lot, New York City - Canon EOS-5D, 28~105/3.5~4.5 Canon EF Ultrasonic lens, ISO 100

Wednesday, May 11, 2016

Where There's Smoke...

ADT Monitored Smoke Detector
You've heard the expression, "Where there's smoke there's fire?"  Of course you have.  It's one of those "truisms."

In a residential setting, it's most common for smoke to be present before your home bursts into flames.  Also, most people who perish in fires die from breathing smoke... the condition is called "smoke inhalation."
(Don't believe me?  Ask your local fire chief.)

That's why I'm a freak for insisting my clients add monitored smoke detectors to their security programs.  As far as I know from years of experience, this is the most valuable addition to a residential security program.

Sure, we have lots of bells and whistles available to you, especially in our Pulse IS configurations, but monitored smoke detectors really deliver the most value.  The other features will save you time, or save you money, or save your stuff.  Monitored smoke detectors will save your life!

Tuesday, April 12, 2016

Welcome "Chicago Pulse" Readers

A quick welcome to readers of my Chicago Pulse blog.  In an effort to make my life a little easier I'm consolidating the two... should be complete by tomorrow.  Stay tuned.

Tuesday, October 27, 2015

"Press 9" Is NOT An Option

You've heard it before: For this, press 1; for that, press 2; for something else, press 3... for more options, press 9. You're busy, you don't have time to waste, you hate to navigate automated telephone menus. As an ADT Custom Home Services client you won't have to.

ADT Custom Home Services combines advanced technology and monitoring with the highest level of personal service and fast response times. Whenever you call us, you'll be immediately connected to a Customer Service Agent trained to provide preferred service and answer any questions you may have. We call it Concierge Service. Our exclusive Custom Home Services hotline is available 24/7, whatever you're calling about. A question about your bill, it's answered. Your alarm system needs service, no problem, we feature same-day service when available, next-day service at the latest. Only senior agents and technicians serve your needs, our best people are at your disposal. You're busy, you're on the move.Press 9 is not an option!

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

The Park Road Solution

Thursday, July 03, 2014

Independence Day 2014

Sunday, February 23, 2014

I Cannot Tell A Lie

DAILY PHOTO GAME... It’s 19° In Chicago.  Another beautiful day in our never-ending winter and, seeing the last couple of images by Bob & Russ, I was struck by the disparity in our situations.  Both of them… or should I say, all of my DPG colleagues… enjoy consistently warmer climes than I do.
What’s that got to do with anything?  Moving away from skeletal remains and pickled brains, Jay posted a cabbage which led to Bob and his Field of Dreams, then Russ and his Side Trip.
The cabbage, the field of cabbages with diminishing perspective, the stand of poplars with both perspective and repetitive verticals… oh, “and I’ll just be a minute...”
I’m longing for warmer weather, the warmth of summer, which is typically signaled by the return, the re-opening, of farm stands lush with produce fresh from the field.  Every time I see one I’m compelled to stop (and shop) and make photographs.  And every time, whether a long-suffering child or significant other, has told me: “that was longer than a minute!”  As if this son of a watchmaker doesn’t know how to tell time.
Of course, if I told the truth, if I’d said, “hang on an hour, will ya, while I stop (and shop and) make pictures,” I’d have been murdered years ago.  Of course, then we’d be right back to pictures of decomposing skeletal remains.  It's the circle of life.

Monday, February 03, 2014

My Turn Monday

Meanwhile, back at the Daily Photo Game... ORD is the three letter code for Chicago’s O’Hare International Airport, where you’ll find this underground walkway between the terminals.  It reminds me of the paint aisle at a Home Depot:  an explosion of color, albeit a bit better organized than your average junk yard (see “Pop Cars,” by Russ Widstrand, yesterday).

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Shadow Detail

Vandalized Telephone - NYC 1970
If you've been a regular here, you may have noticed some significant changes, the most obvious being that I haven't written much in this space for a while.  You may also have noticed that I've stepped back, retired, from the business of photography to pursue another endeavor.

"What, he's not a photographer any more," you may ask?  Well, it's not so neat a transition.  Of course I'm still a photographer.  I'll always be a photographer.  But I've returned to my roots, maybe regressed if you like that term better.  I've gone back some 48 years in time, to being an amateur, to pursuing photography for the love of it, rather than for monetary reward.

I have to admit, I'm not the twelve year-old wandering the streets of New York City with a Pentax H3v and a single 55mm lens (it was a Mamiya-Sekor 55mm f1.4 on that Pentax).  Now I'm a well-heeled dabbler with an enhanced tool set:  a couple of Canon EOS 5D II cameras, eleven lenses from 15mm to 600mm, a Leica D-Lux 3, and an iPhone with built-in camera.  And that's not to mention the four Canon EOS 1N bodies, a couple of Nikon SLRs and lenses, and various other film-based machines in mothballs.  I know what you're thinking:  "WTF, he's morphed into my dentist?"

New York Public Library - NYC 1970
But, nope, I'm not a dentist and I'm definitely not the skinny twelve year-old chasing black and white visions of shabby derelicts and broken telephone booths any more.

I believe (and you may, or may not, agree) I come at this a bit better endowed, both in terms of hardware and vision, but I couldn't, despite the enhancements, be more curious about the world around me than I was all those years ago.  I'm still looking, still seeing things others miss, but my eye is much better honed, my vision more precise.  While I've relaxed a bit, I'm also not less serious about it.  How can you tell?  I can sum it up in three words... Daily Photo Game.

Reflection In Window - Chicago 2013
I've written about this before, I'm playing a visual game with nine other photographers, all still working professionals, in which we each post a photograph to our web site based upon the photograph which was posted by our predecessor(s) the day before.  It's an interesting twist on assignment photography because your image is self-assigned from a visual brief created the day before, by another photographer, with another photograph.  Another key element being your interpretation of that preceding image, and that you only have 24 hours to execute.  To see for yourself visit our site.

So, yes, I'm still making serious pictures, but the real purpose in writing today is to come clean and say that despite earlier grousing about the fact that my iPhone's camera is sub-standard, I've stopped all that and have actually come to like it quite a bit.  Sure, I'm still ticked-off over the fact that there's no viewfinder and it's difficult to see the screen in broad daylight.  But with the release of Apple's IOS 7 operating system there are now a few new camera features that I really, really like.

First is the ability to make square pictures, like a Hasselblad does.  I've always liked the square format.  I can also make panoramic images, like with a Fuji 617, another favorite camera from the pre-digital (film) age.  I've taken to calling images made with this phone/camera Phonography.

I'm told there are more than a few apps for manipulating the images right on the phone.  Sorry, not going there, that screen is just too damned small.  I'll continue to utilize my regular workflow:  Apple Aperture, then Adobe Photoshop.

There's still a couple of limitations that bug me, like the inability of the camera to shoot in extreme cold, a non-starter in a Chicago winter.  Well, that's what my Canons are for.  Another is that sometimes, without warning, the images become very noisy... what we used to call grainy when film was the only game in town.  Also the fact that there aren't any user-controlled settings, something that really bugs me.  I'll get over it.

In Sarah's Kitchen - Columbus, Ohio 2012

Thursday, July 04, 2013

Independence Day 2013

Tuesday, May 21, 2013

As Perception Changes

As I mentioned last month, I'm playing a game with some of my friends. We've been playing for twenty days now, cycled through each player (photographer) twice. It's been a very interesting experience for all of us.

The Daily Photo Game is designed to be inclusive for our audience. The main screen, pictured above, shows thumbnails of the images played. The first game image appears in the lower right corner of the screen and the most recent image played appears in the upper left corner of the screen. We have a Comments section for viewers to leave us notes, we have a blog entitled Artist Notes where we write about our thoughts on individual images (and viewers can comment there as well) and we have a subscription link for those who wish to follow along to click, leave us your e-mail address and you'll be notified as each new image is played.

As I play the game, as I see my friends uploading images three or four days before it's my turn, I experience a sort of anxiety as I begin to strategize for my next move. I expect my friends are having similar feelings. One thing is certain, we're all having a blast. We hope you'll join us.

Wednesday, April 24, 2013

State Of Play

Consider this for a moment... ten grown men wish to play a game. Ten is the right number for two basketball teams, but if you look at us closely you'll quickly come to the realization that we're not going to be playing basketball. What then? Monopoly? No. Poker? No. Scrabble? No. Did I mention that we're not going to even be in the same place? So, what game then? Telephone!

So, you know how to play telephone, don't you? That's the party game where a bunch of six year-olds sit next to each other and whisper a message in each other's ears until the message comes out the other end and it's completely different. But there's a twist: we're not going to whisper, we're going to play with cameras!

We call it The Daily Photo Game
. The first guy posts a picture on-line, the second player has twenty four hours to post the next picture (from files or newly created) based on the previous picture, and so on, until each of us has played one picture. There are ten photographers playing the game, so each round takes ten days to play. The best part is that because we're playing with pictures, it can be a spectator sport... that is, you can watch us play.

Who are the players? Well... Jay Ahrend, Charley Akers, David Blattel, Eliot Crowley, Blue Fier, Bob Nease, myself, Bob Stevens, Marty Trailer and Russ Widstrand. We've created a web site (Marty did, actually) based on Eliot's great idea, and now the game's afoot.

How did this come about? We all have an eleventh friend in common, Ian Summers, who organized his Heartstorming circles to help spark creativity among groups of creatives. Most of the players in this game were members of a Heartstorming circle in Los Angeles, now dormant, so this is a sort of revival of that particular group. You may be wondering how a New Yorker living in Chicago became part of a Los Angeles Heartstorming circle... so am I... but no matter, the play's the thing.

Want to watch ten photographers play a visual game? Point your web browser to The Daily Photo Game. We hope you enjoy our little game.

Oops, I've got to run... it's my turn.

Tuesday, September 04, 2012

Susan Carr

ASMP Philadelphia - Susan Carr, photographer, educator, writer and artist, passed away on September 3, 2012 at age 49. She had fought hard in her battle with cancer and carried on as ASMP’s Education Director until the very end. Susan found great personal fulfillment in the many facets of her work and she touched thousands of lives as she grew professionally and achieved notable success. ASMP has established The Susan Carr Educators Award to be presented in the Spring of 2013 and annually thereafter.

There is almost nothing that ASMP has worked on or accomplished since Susan joined the board in 2001 that did not benefit from her insights, vision, strategic problem solving and innate sense of what’s best for photographers and the Society. A past president of ASMP, Susan has long been dedicated to the advocacy and education of fellow photographers. Among her many ASMP accomplishments, Susan organized and managed the highly successful ASMP Strictly Business conferences, and was editor of the ASMP Professional Business Practices in Photography, Seventh Edition (2008) and The ASMP Guide to New Markets in Photography, available September 27, 2012.


Chicago, Sept. 4, 1012 - I've just learned that my friend, Susan Carr, has passed away after battling cancer. Susan was a one-woman tour de force as an educator of, and advocate for, photographers.

I first met Susan when I was elected as a director of the NJ Chapter of ASMP. She was instantly friendly and helpful, especially after my election as NJ Chapter President. When I relocated to Chicago in 2008 she wasted no time in introducing me to a number of people here, helping to make it a seamless transition as I moved across 820 miles of America, and made a great introduction for me to present a seminar at the Apple Store on Michigan Avenue. I had arrived, thanks to Susan Carr.

Smart, vibrant, talented and gone too soon. I'm truly at a loss for words.

“To find your calling is a gift. A purpose provides the drive to pursue excellence along with an unwavering belief that your work is of value. When you can take this resolve and turn it into a vocation you achieve a rare and extraordinary feat.”
~ Susan Carr, “The Art and Business of Photography”

Tuesday, August 28, 2012


There's more good press on the horizon. The October 2012 issue of Shutterbug has a story, reported by Maria Piscopo, on the paper products business, for which I was interviewed. Interested in selling to the calendar & greeting card market? Check it out: Shutterbug on newsstands Sept. 4th (or click the link above).

Also interviewed were a couple of friends... Marc Muench & Mike Shipman, and a flower photographer, Carol Ross. Lots of good insights, information and links to all of our web sites so you can see what we've been up to recently.

Thursday, August 23, 2012

What's Funnier Than A Comcast Commerical?

I'm sure you've seen those TV commercials for Comcast where little twists in the plot end in disaster for the protagonist. Now there's been a very clever spoof on the Comcast spots: When you get bad wedding photos you get depressed, when you get depressed you... can I leave it to you to imagine how this ends? You might want to click here to see if you get the picture.

Saturday, August 18, 2012

Wanted: The FBI Seal of Approval

A new federal regulation regarding the FBI’s Anti-Piracy Warning (APW) Seal took effect on August 13th. The new section 1authorizes use of the APW Seal by all U.S. copyright holders, subject to specific conditions of use. Copyrighted works can include, but are not limited to, films, audio recordings, electronic media, software, books, photographs, etc. 

The purpose of the APW Seal is to remind media users of the serious consequences of pirating copyrighted works. Use of this seal does not indicate that the FBI has reviewed or validated copyright interests in the particular work and does not provide greater legal protection to the work. It simply serves as a widely recognizable reminder of the FBI’s authority and mission with respect to the protection of intellectual property rights.

Those wishing to use the APW Seal must obtain the image directly from our website and display it directly adjacent to the authorized warning language. Additionally, copyright holders are encouraged to use independent, industry-recognized copyright anti-circumvention or copy protection techniques to discourage copying of the APW Seal. The new 41 CFR Section 128-1.5009 also prohibits use of the APW Seal on any work whose production, distribution, sale, public presentation, or mailing would violate the laws of the United States. Any use indicating the FBI has approved, authorized, or endorsed any work or product, or that the FBI has determined that any portion of a work is entitled to protection of the law, is also prohibited.

The Anti-Piracy Warning (APW) Seal has been approved by the U.S. Attorney General as an official insignia of the FBI and the U.S. Department of Justice. The purpose of the APW Seal is to help detect and deter criminal violations of U.S. intellectual property laws by educating the public about the existence of these laws and the authority of the FBI to enforce them. Any copyright holder who complies with the conditions of 41 CFR Section 128-1.5009 can use the Seal.

The APW Seal can only appear on works that meet all of the following:
1. Are copyright-protected (no registration of a work is required to use the seal);
2. Are subject to protection under U.S. Criminal Code provisions; and
3. Would not violate federal law if produced, sold, publicly presented, or distributed by mail or in affecting interstate commerce.

Download FBI Anti-Piracy Warning Seal by clicking here and then clicking again to see the terms of use (lawful use requires the below authorized text to be placed immediately adjacent to Seal on the copyrighted work, see 41 CFR Section 128-1.5009(e)2).

"The unauthorized reproduction or distribution of a copyrighted work is illegal. Criminal copyright infringement, including infringement without monetary gain, is investigated by the FBI and is punishable by fines and federal imprisonment."

Several alternate forms of the warning language will be available in the near future.

Saturday, July 14, 2012

After The Rain

Very close lightning, very loud thunder, very wet tree... after the sun returned.

Tuesday, July 03, 2012

Independence Day 2012

Happy Independence Day!

Friday, May 25, 2012

I Left My Heart In San Francisco

Happy 75th Birthday, Golden Gate Bridge!

Friday, August 19, 2011

What? Ideas Don't Come In The Box??