I hope you had a good Mother’s Day. Even if it was just a Sunday of sitting around on the couch.
I’m about to tell you about the awesomeness that happened on my side of the computer screen. I got a new desk. Well, a desk. There was no old desk that it replaced. My lap, I suppose.
I would like to say that Addy is just sitting her for picture purposes but she just climbed up in the chair like that and went to “work”.… and then
I’m linking up with Jessica from The Reinvention of Jessica to do a day in the life post.
Basically I take a picture every hour I’m up of what’s going on at the time. I tried to take each picture between :30 and :50 minute mark.
I should preface this post with the fact that I’ve put in my two week notice at my current job and will be starting a new new job later. … and then
Addy’s godfather called me earlier last week and told me that he drove by a bunch of blue trees and thought it would be something I would want to take pictures of.
He was right!
I did some Googling and found out that it’s actually an art piece by Konstantin Dimpopulos. It’s an installation to raise awarness about the environment. They have a whole website about here. … and then
I’ve had my DSLR for about a year and a half now. And I think I’ve gotten pretty good at taking a picture. I’ve read a bunch of blogs, and done online classes, and even bought a book. So I decided to test my skills with…
a disposable camera.
First of all, Target just didn’t even have them. There’s one rack in the electronics section that was “dedicated” to the dinosaurs that still use film. … and then
Aforementioned photo bomb.
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Lately I’ve been wondering what I would like to be when I grow up. It’s unfair to the world to make people (well Americans anyway) decide what the rest of their life is going to be like based off decisions they made in their late teens/early 20s. Just think of the fashion! What if you had to always dress like you did at 21?!… and then
I saw Jurassic Park this weekend for probably the 600th time in my life. I mean it’s been 20 years since it’s original release. So that seems about right. Granted, I can’t remember the last time I actually sat and watched and paid attention to the movie. I mostly just tune in basic cable when I see it on and clean up or read or just listen for key parts to quote
… and then
People keep asking me if I’ve written anything lately. I suppose it’s been going around in my social group that I’m somewhat of a writer. And I’m all “ehhh the baby???” But she’s two and apparently that isn’t an excuse? I blame my GodBabyDaddy.
And seriously I have noticed that I haven’t written and not a single thing in a very very long time. … and then