Playing along with Fat Mum Slim‘s June photo a day challenge. Don’t worry, I won’t post them all here — but if you follow me elsewhere, you’re sure to be inundated. :D This one was taken on the Hank Aaron Trail on a cloudy day while walking the dogs. B is obviously for Bridges.
…and this is what I did with my day. I took pictures of my dogs, my iced coffee, my self, Taylor’s bike,weeds,rocks,broken statues. I also removed most of my Skype list and reconnected with some on my twitter list. It was a good day. Lets hope more of them are.
And I? I will soon have the house to myself which means peace and quiet and no one else’s energy to invade my senses and, even though I shall be cleaning, I plan to enjoy it.
Facts, thoughts, moments, opinions from the past week, in no particular order: It doesn’t matter how long you’ve lived with someone, even after almost a decade the first time they walk in on you while you’re doing an anal douche? Fucking embarrassing. You will find yourself screeching “do you MIND????” and acting like a fool.
And that, really, is about it. I’m taking my hazelnut coffee, my book and going to flop for the night.
Yes, it’s early. No, I don’t care. I’m tired.
Thank you for listening to me be boring. :P
So, anyhow. I was insane busy today and when I finally stopped and looked at the clock and realized it was almost five and I hadn’t eaten and I was feeling like shit, I hit the pause button.
We were doing all the Christmas decorations and stuff today; tree, wreaths, lights, garlands around the balcony rail. All the fun stuff. And I was, of course, snapping pictures.
….just how is a person supposed to blog or tweet or anything at all with this… this… cute… annoying… adorable… CREATURE… in their bed? That is all.
Fonder, they say. But in the world of blogging I’m thinking not so much. I can’t help it, guys. I’m busy as hell lately and the ol’ blog is suffering. I don’t want to fill it with “oh, gee, sorry I’m not here, see ya soon” sort of posts but that’s exactly what I seem
So Rayne asked about my camera today and Laurel commented on some review pics taken with it so I figured I’d post an update. I do like the camera, quite a bit. It’s still giving me some grief with focusing but I’m figuring my way around it. If I had it to do over again?
Well, I seem to be getting over my case of the sads. Did much talking with the kid and with Taylor and we resolved quite a few things and, in general, felt better for having talked so life is good. I also got my new camera yesterday. A new camera goes a long way toward
Leonidas is my dog. You’ve all seen pics of my (rather large) puppy, right? Well, yesterday, I got my new Hello Kitty! vibrator from Babeland. I turned it on and Leonidas came prancing over to see what it was. So I touched his nose with it. And
talked about the puppy lately? No? Well. He’s seven months old tomorrow and about 70 pounds. He still thinks he’s a lap dog, though. And Taylor encourages him. (Though, admittedly, he only leaps up on Taylor like that, not the rest of us) It’s pathetically cute, really. A real post coming later. :)
But I did catch my doggies napping in the sun this morning. Of course, as soon as I grabbed the camera, they woke up and looked at me stupid. Murphy, at it again.
1) I have over two hundred blogs in my feed reader. Closer to two fifty. I find myself skimming, wheeling my mouse over them too damned fast to really even judge if something is worth reading. I know I have to weed some of them out but, oh my gods, that’s a lot of work.
For those keeping up with the puppy… He’s getting big! It’s hard to tell in these but he’s now fully more than twice Dazey’s size.
I love Sundays. Sundays are our “nothing” days. We lounge around in jammies and do as little as possible. Sunday’s in the winter are even better cuz it’s cozy and warm in the house and blustery outside and I feel, more so than any other time, the tight knit closeness of our family. Today the
I love Sundays.Sundays are our “nothing” days. We lounge around in jammies and do as little as possible.Sunday’s in the winter are even better cuz it’s cozy and warm in the house and blustery outside and I feel, more so than any other time, the tight knit closeness of our family.Today the kids Taylor and