Wednesday, January 12, 2011
The one where I get a new winter hat
We got our first real snowfall last night, so I thought I'd post an appropriately winter-themed photo.
Steph knit me this hat as a Christmas present. It has owls on it! She used this pattern, free on Ravelry. The yarn came from our trip to Boston last year for my birthday, I believe from Newbury Yarns.
Let's see, what else...
1) Check out Chad's blog, full of his iPhone photography. Inspiring stuff.
2) I hate snow and I'm starting to hate winter too. You can't really camp in the winter and that makes me sad. My skin is dry and it gets dark too early. Snow is not fun as an adult. It equals mess and work. It's pretty when it's falling, but then it becomes ugly and needs to be removed. Those are my complaints of the day.
3) On the positive side, I received a TON of cookbooks for Christmas, both from my mom and Steph's mom, and I am super excited to start trying out new recipes. My goal is to cook at least 2 new recipes a month.
4) I want this, like BAAAAD.
5) I think I want to start a Tumblr page, because all the cool kids are doing it. It would mostly be an outlet for me to post photos of cats and goats. You may think that's sad, but I think it's AWESOME and you can't convince me otherwise.
6) I've given some serious thought to my love for owls, and I think the root of it is The Labyrinth. I loves me some David Bowie in that movie. As a child, I rented The Labyrinth on a weekly basis. Remember when you had to actually GO to the VIDEO STORE to rent movies? And you HAD to return them within 2-3 days?! CRAZY TIMES!
7) I have over 600 photos to look through and edit, so thus ends this blog post.
Posted by Adina at 3:04 PM
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I decided that I dislike snow as well. I might not dislike it as much if I was in an apartment and renting ... but either way it's a pain. That's why I'm moving to California! Hahaha. Just kidding.
FAIL. You are not allowed to move to California. Besides, if you move there, you'll just need to deal with earthquakes and fires instead, which is really no better. We should all move to Portland. Oregon is where it's at, I'm pretty sure.
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