I know that by looking at little bloggypants over here, you would probably not guess that I take pictures beyond those on my instagram (@daniiijackson) or on my iPhone... but I for reals do. And the Bay area was perfect for breaking in our new and first semi nice camera. Semi nice camera's are a new thing to me, most camera apparatus I have used in the past generally come with a setting in which you can put animated birthday hats on your head, or appear to be in France. Which produces little picture gems such as this one:
But does not produce what a hipster would refer to as "photography." And some of the pictures I took out turned out halfway passable as non-photography. And I understand the title of "Vacation Post Part One" sort of necessitates following parts... And just as soon as I find my camera cord, which
i pinky promiseto do by the end of this weekend, I will share them. And by the way, pinky promises are very sacred to me.
And now, a little list for your Wednesday:
Things from this Week that I Will Consider Doing Differently Next Time
- Getting out of the shower and shaking some thang in the bathroom mirror, only to turn and realize that the door, that leads to the bedroom, that has a window that is directly looking into my bathroom is open. And there may or may not have been some singing and choreographed dancing to "Sexy and I Know It." No one will ever know. Except the neighbors who live directly across from our window. They know.
- Feeding a toddler 4 popsicles before 10 am. No further explanation.
- Asking someone to hold my frozen yogurt popsicle while I take a shower. Turns out that's an unreasonable request, at least according to my boyfriend who repeatedly asked "Did you seriously ask me to hold a frozen treat for you while you were in the shower? Who asks someone to do that?" But at least he put it in a zip loc in the freezer for me, so maybe that one actually goes down as a WIN in my book. #winning
- Forgetting that when I'm driving in my car, people can actually see inside. Does anyone else get in that "I'm in my own personal car where I can sing, dance and pick my nose if I want to and no one will see meeeee" zones whilst driving? It's a little thing I do, and it has led to some seriously awkward stop light sits.