I don't change my Facebook profile picture very often. Nor my cover photo, as evidenced by the fact that the current one is missing two grandchildren. In fact, I think I've only had three profile pictures since I joined Facebook in 2007. For a long time I used a version of our Sursum Corda Academy shield, which you see on the left-hand side of the banner at the top of this page. In 2014 I switched to this picture of Vivienne and Grandma swimming.
While I hate to replace that adorable moment, I think it's time I changed things up a little more often. Plus, I not could resist this photo of, um, myself with my cup of tea and my handsome prince, sitting on a bench at one of our favorite places: Leu Gardens, where we enjoy the flowers and others do all the work. (You can click on the images to see larger versions.)
The sculpture is by J.A. Cobb, and was part of a very enjoyable Ribbet the Exhibit display back in February.
And I'm not the only one in the family with a frog doppelgänger.
As I was preparing the last photo for posting, it occurred to me that it resembles something other than our granddaughter. Sure enough, I found this picture of Edgar Degas' Petite Danseuse de 14 Ans, from our trip to the St. Louis Art Museum. That had looked familiar in its turn; there's also a version at the Musée d'Orsay, in almost the exact pose as my frog picture. Now I don't know if it looked familiar in St. Louis because of the Orsay or Ribbit the Exhibit!