let’s face it – i’m no good at this “photo-a-day” challenge thing. 30 days will end up taking me probably 3 months. i seriously hope less. but anyway…
DAY 4 – SOMETHING GREEN
mr emerson, i do love you.
DAY 5 – FROM A HIGH ANGLE – i really don’t find myself on rooftops or bridges or high-up places all that often, which could have made for a better shot. but whatevs. i’m a little over 5 feet, does that count? boring.
DAY 6 – FROM A LOW ANGLE
can you please take another look at the beautiful sky this afternoon?…let’s allow this to replace my DAY 3: CLOUDS photo from before…
for kicks, i took a shot of the well-stocked fridge. it just seemed so full today! nevermind that most of it is fresh cut fruit and veggies. and the bottom drawer is LOADED with jalapenos from the garden. i made some fresh pico de gallo today to try and use up the over-abundance of tomatos and jalapenos….i’m afraid it only made a slight dent in our stock. it’s always interesting to see the insides of people’s fridge…or maybe it’s just me.
this week brought MAIL! i love mail.
all the way from RiO! my friend, erika, from my BYU days is in Brazil serving a mission. letters like this make my day.
movie review: ONE DAY
i’ve been very excited for this movie to come out. i mean VERY. only because i absolutely L O V E D the book. i won’t lie, i was rather offended to find the theater practically empty on opening weekend. it is what it is though. what can you expect when Captain America, Harry Potter, Cowboys and Aliens, and all these other big events are still in theaters. people would always rather see the super natural and things blowing up over a british love story. but i’m a sucker for real life love stories. anyway…i enjoyed the movie – but probably because i’m so very attached to the story and book. i think if anyone sees it and hasn’t read the book, they will probably not like it as much. having to cover over 20 years of story…the movie moves quick and a lot is missing. i was sad about that. but…