As Brian and I get nearer and nearer to the big Five-Oh, we have begun to evaluate just what it means to become “old”. I mean, I remember back in the second grade when Mrs. Clawson challenged us to figure out how old we would be in the year 2000. I did the math quickly in my head and was shocked. I just couldn’t conceive of myself being “so old”! Now, however, as that age has come and gone, it doesn’t seem that old, after all…
So just what does it mean to become “old”? Continue reading
I must admit it: I was not thrilled by the idea of moving to Pennsylvania. The lifestyle (how crowded everything is, etc.) is a far cry from what I’ve been used to. In the last 4 months of being here, though, my attitude has changed. I’m glad I’m here. I still miss my friends, but there are some pretty cool things about living here. Here’s my list, so far.
OK, to once and for all set this straight (yeah, right!) here is the original photo from which I pulled the patches of color for the Barney vs. Barney debate:
Are you convinced yet? If not, I have no idea how to help you. And yes, this photo does in fact prove that I’m obsessive enough to actually purchase a video just to take a photo of it on my sofa. However, it should be noted that even after actually seeing the actual video on the actual sofa for himself, Brian dragged me through a Babies R Us store, trying to find a Barney doll to prove that the photo on the video box was not accurate. I’ll let you just which of us is more obsessed… 😉
Now that the weather is finally cooling down, I’m getting a chance to get back to my photography. I’ve had several field trips lately, and I’m getting some pretty good shots. Of course, I’ve gotten even more bad ones, but I think I’m getting better. Of course, my choice of subject matter tends to open me up to ridicule sometimes… Continue reading
So, what do this:
have in common? The answer?