Seen at First Congregational United Church of Christ on Lomas and Girard. A few years ago there were very, very few inclusive Christian Churches. It’s nice to see more and more of them welcoming everyone. I like the message!!
This is the Albuquerque Sunport and I was heading to the gate for a flight to NY. I often feel slightly out of focus when I travel.
My daughter had told me about Michael Thomas Coffee some months back but I never got around to trying them till today. They roast and blend their own coffees and the one I had today was delicious. It was a dark roast and it was smooth. Being a coffee lover I will be going back.
The service was excellent, the staff was friendly and knowledgeable, and the atmosphere was eclectic, laid-back and comfortable. Their outdoor patio was warm and inviting. Inside there were plenty of places to plug in whatever device you might be needing to plug in. A great place to just chill and enjoy your coffee.
According to their website (http://ghostbikes.org): Ghost Bikes are small and somber memorials for bicyclists who are killed or hit on the street. A bicycle is painted all white and locked to a street sign near the crash site, accompanied by a small plaque.
I didn’t see a plaque with this one and it is not on the map on the Ghost Bike website map. However there is a name: Scott Dwane Lane and a date: 1956 – 2012 marked on the bicycle itself.