I’ve been absent, lo siento (I’m sorry). All the 365 photos are on the 365 page here. I’ll be getting better about updating again, it was just a crazy couple of weeks. Look out for a lot of catching up in the 365 mini-post department, and also in the craft dept topic.
I don’t know about you, but I’m kind of obsessed with the Vine. In case you haven’t heard of it, it’s a new app where you can post 6 second videos to share. Sounds lame, but it’s hilarious. Somehow I have over 70 followers on there already, no idea how. I wish I could translate that to this blog. Ah well.
Is anyone who reads this on there? What’s your username on it? I’m not really sure what mine is… if you search Barbara maybe? I can’t remember. Just click on my Twitter on the right side of my main page and chances are I’ve shared a Vine or two.
Today’s photo is of one of my Vine videos.
Get on there!
Naked troll is making a run for it. That’s really all I have to say about today’s photo.
I have a whole post coming about my adventure today. For now, I leave you with my daily photo.
Something about this fire escape and its zig-zag were screaming at me.
Can we just take a moment to get excited about the fact that it is now February and the dates no longer equal the x/365 number? Just me? Ok, whatever.
Bless my husband’s heart. I was lazy and uninspired for a photo today, so he suggested with drive around at night and take a photo of something ‘cool’. Great in theory. Being the lazies we are, we talked about the idea of going out somewhere for a long time without actually really trying to think of somewhere or something to take a photo of. Some time on Google Streetview later, I decided the best idea was to just get in the car and drive around until ‘cool’ found us.
Nice… Except by then Charles was half asleep (he goes from awake to sleeping in about 2 minutes flat, I swear), but he had to come with me because it was late and I’m a scaredy-cat. Oh, and I wanted to bring our dog along because she’s just super cute.
We piled into the car, drove up the main road, and saw nothing. Nothing cool. Nothing cool-ish. Just the main road. By the time we got to the Walmart parking lot I’d had enough of the search for ‘cool’ so I took some photos of a palm tree in the parking lot, and the empty lot itself (thanks to my insistent sleeping husband) and started the drive home. At the last red light before our house I snapped a crazy quick photo of our dog in the backseat and turned the camera before I should have. You already know how this is going to end. Of course that crazy weirdly exposed shot is my pick for today.
She’s even cute out of focus.