These first few pictures have had some rather distracting editions made, but we such is the price we all must pay to avoid internet stalkers hunting down Ohio Eric.
We made several signs, but this is our most beautiful.
Putting them up around town.
The final version of the beautiful sign.
At the yard sale. Bring on the customers!
I had that exact same package of stickers when I was in 7th grade.
Heather stopped by for a bit.
Eric's new bed!
Cleo liked it.
Trying to capture the infinity affect going on with the dueling mirrors.
Eric's grandmother's house. Since sold.
The Bradley Myers Memorial Bridge, christened after his harrowing suicide attempt - jumping into a river in the middle of summer.
He limped oddly. Apparently a horse stepped on him when he was a puppy.
He loved for me to throw his toy. I tired of it somewhat faster than he did.
Eric's grandmother's garden.
Another picture Eric always wanted. He's clearly thrilled to be finally living the dream.
I have no idea what was on my lense over where Ohio Eric is standing, but all subsequent pictures have that special haze.
But even that didn't put a damper on my joy over the sign.
Spiffit sounds dirty.
Oh no! Motorcycle man overboard!
Back to the Memorial Bridge over the Kokosing.
Look out kids! The deadly current could wash you away!
"Believe in the lord Jesus Christ and thou shall be saved!" Duh!
I don't know why this amused me so much. It's a valentine Eric made for his grandmother circa 1994. It reads:
Roses are red
Violets are blue
I love you more
Than watching cartoons
Hey! Watch it clumsy! You're liable to leave Ohio and wind up in California is you don't watch it.
I guess we didn't watch it, because here is where Off The Record used to be. They've moved.
Where will the hipsters flock to now?
(Hint: North Park. That's where Off The Record Move, and where all the hip kids hang out these days)