April 19, 2014
April 18, 2014
I love the moon. I always have.
When I was younger, I must have REALLY loved the moon because I remember getting a letter, when I was away at college, from my younger brother and pretty much the entire letter was him writing about how he heard I liked the moon. I guess I may have talked about it a little too much.
|the blood moon|
|It's called the Beaver Moon|
|The moon comes alive at night|
April 16, 2014
Here I am, late again. But that is nothing new. I have always been late. I stay up late and I love to sleep in late. Some days, I work late and so I get home late.
Today, I should be writing all about the letter N. But I am not. Because in typical Me fashion, this post is all kinds of late.
April 15, 2014
|My mom's old silver lipstick case. They just don't make them like this|
anymore. The tiger's eye keeps the mirror closed and also moves to push the lipstick up.
|I have had this button/pin since I was a teenager...and if you know who The Beat were then you know just how long ago that was. ;-)|
April 14, 2014
I have blogged before about what keeping a journal means to me.
Even though I prefer to write down my thoughts, lately I have been trying out some of the iPhone journaling apps that are currently available. My favorites are Day One and Momento. I love how I can add a photo to an entry and also include little extras like the weather or a little map of the places that I've been. It's all so neat and compact and modern and new, but for me it just doesn't compare to a handwritten paper journal.
Using different pens, the way my handwriting changes, adding little doodles, all of this is what makes a journal so personal to me. Much more personal than a mobile journal. Well at least for me. I feel that when I hand-write my words, my thoughts are more personal and there just seems to be more of them.
Do you keep a journal? What do you prefer, mobile app or written?
April 12, 2014
It's that time again. Time for me to share my most interesting photos. Well...the most interesting according to Flickr.
I must admit that this post is mainly due in part to my own curiosity, but I hope you may find it interesting as well.
This year, I am pretty happy to see that my top 72 most interesting photos have changed a bit. Sure, some of these photos have been part of my most interesting for many years. But this year there are quite a few new photos and there is even a new top interesting photo! Yay! It is kind of rare for my top photo to change. Usually once a photo makes it to the top of the interesting list, it stays there pretty much forever.
So here's this year's count down:
- 16 photos of cats
- 15 photos of feet
- 12 photos of yarny things
- 8 photos of food