Theme Day: Details
Today is October 1, 2013 and Theme Day across the citydailyphotoblog community. When I heard what the theme was going to be for the month, there was only one place I wanted to go. Just say, the devil!
The devil has always been in the DETAILS for me. Wanna be successful and happy with any big project, take time with the little things. Patience, patience, patience. It'll pay off in the long run. This is something that tends to be in short supply for me.
This self-portrait is all me. Was back when I was walking the streets of my neighborhood on Halloween and still is today.
The devil made me do it.
I'll just leave it at that.
you make me laugh. :)ReplyDelete
how creep! :)ReplyDelete
interesting choice...the devil made me do it, ha!ReplyDelete
How the wee ones must have loved your presence! It's colorful and scary yet still intriguing; bet the kids couldn't resist it.ReplyDelete
I love it!ReplyDelete
Scary details.....I love it.ReplyDelete
Today I know a few people in politics that look like your photo. -- barbaraReplyDelete
i made this exact point over at V's Birmingham, AL spot!ReplyDelete
Very funny and I can relate directly to your comment that "the devil's in the details." But in my house I make all the major decisions - those that relate to our economy, war and peace, foreign relations, etc. My spouse makes the lesser important decisions such as where we'll live, our house, # of children, etc. It's a really nice situation as I can continue to focus on the big picture while she worries about those devilish details!ReplyDelete
I knew you would have a good post for the day and you did!!ReplyDelete
Ha, "the devil's in the details" a fine thought for the day and gave me a smile. Thank you for that.ReplyDelete
Great interpretation of the theme.ReplyDelete
Perfect example for the theme (which I didn't get around to). But what is it you are saying about yourself?ReplyDelete
But you are a likeable devil...I know what you mean about patience...ReplyDelete
Looking good Birdman. I need to get on here more often, No excuses.ReplyDelete