I now interrupt your irregularly scheduled programing of, "Why is Susie lagging at blog posts? - Part 1, Part 2, Part 3 and Part 4." to bring you an important news flash:
31 October 2012
19 October 2012
I remember when Lunchables hit the market store shelves. I remember how the novelty of them was alluring to me, as a child of course. I blame the bright packaging. And then I ate one. BARF! So nasty. For you that don't know or remember, here is what a Lunchables looks like:
16 October 2012
I am going to break this last set up into time chunks.
So I am starting off with the Capitol Museum.
In the many times I had been to Sacramento, I had never walked the extra 2 blocks to see this building.
12 October 2012
Up close and personal. Here is my not so sad attempt at using the macro setting on my camera. I probably should have taken pictures of more than JUST flowers but I had so many flowers at my disposal. While strolling around in Capitol Park I walked through the World Peace Rose Garden. Though I am not a fan of roses, the sight was wonderful and the smell was otherworldly. Did you know that roses are the official flower of the United States?
This is my favorite shot of all of the flowers I took pictures of. Read on and you can see the rest that made the cut in order of which I liked the best to the least.
11 October 2012
... it's been done a million times. I know this. But I have never really tried to take pictures that required me to mess with the focal point. I will share my favorite shot/s first.
This was taken at the Vietnam Memorial in Capitol Park. I thought I did okay with changing my focal point between the flowers and the memorial wall. My next photo is my fail at depth of field. It was also the memorial wall but I didn't like how it turned out.
05 October 2012
03 October 2012
The stars must be in my favor today or something. I came to work to a yummy bacon and egg breakfast burrito from the Migrant Ed administrative assistant. It was delicious! Sure beat the heck out of my attempt at being healthy.
A few minutes later the receptionist brought by the two little wind-up toys pictured above. It's no secret I like to have wind-up toy wars.
I appreciate the little thank yous I get doing my job. I am very confident that I do a great job at work. But it gives me warm and fuzzies when people remember to say thank you. And I get super warm and fuzzy when the thank yous are in the form of food and toys.
So since I am feeling super warm and super fuzzy today, I feel like adding to my blog roll. I need more reading material, more often. So if you feel like being added to my blogroll shoot me a message. What's the worst that can happen? More traffic to your site? OH NO!
Any who, I hope everyone is having a great Wednesday. I will be sharing my Sacramento adventures with you fine people shortly.
|My other wind-up warriors.|
Thanks Karen and Maribel for making my day!