Here's a photo of my favorite shoes for Day 2:
The Birkenstocks are about 4 years old, and I may have to buy a new pair petty quick, they're quite worn out. Jason bugged me for years to get a pair, he said they were the most comfortable shoes he's ever worn, but I resisted because I thought they were so ugly. Well, he was right and I was wrong, I admit defeat! I do think this pair is more attractive than the average pair, though. The boots are Trekstas (I think that name is so funny, we make gangsta jokes about them all the time!) and I've had them about 12 years now. They are all-purpose winter, hiking, whateva boots! Although I did notice when frog-hunting with Nolan in the rain that they are not as waterproof as they once were. I wonder if I'll be able to find the same again? The Converse sneakers I bought the same time as the Birkenstocks. I love 'em 'cause they're bright and funky, just like me! I used to wear heels a lot as a young twenty-something, but now you can see I go for comfort! I think this photo might be pretty funny to look at one day, who knows what will be in style 20 years from now!
Day 3 was hands, which I posted yesterday. So onto Day 4, which is clouds. Now I've never taken a photo of clouds, and I thought I'd have a hard time because it was a beautiful blue sky yesterday (for once!) Well, it did cloud over during Nolan's soccer practice, and we had a big thunder storm at bedtime. I just love thunderstorms, don't you? These are my two best shots, one of a cloud I think looks like a monster face:
And here are the storm clouds coming in over the soccer fields:
Day 5 was "Breakfast Today" which I already posted yesterday, so onto Day 6: Books! Now everyone knows I loooooove books, so I just took a couple shots of my currently reading/to be read pile, and this one I think turned out best:
Some of these are for book clubs, and I got the Elizabeth Hay book from Jason for our anniversary. I always like Maeve Binchy, and I've read all the rest of the Outlander series except "An Echo in the Bone" so I'm excited for that one too.
I am not a professional photographer (really?) and I've been using Nolan's little Fuji point 'n' click for all of these because my somewhat snazzier Kodak's battery went dead the other day, and I haven't found the recharger. Also, I'm not the type to have a second battery on hand, because that would just be way too sensible.
P.S. I did a workout from the 30 Day Shred video yesterday, and it went pretty well. (Read more about that here.) The workout is 20 minutes long and quite intense, but then it's over! Totally the way I want to exercise, just "getterdun". Which reminds me of a waitress in Alaska, she's the first person I'd ever heard say that, and I thought it was hilarious because she was talking about our toast. And this brings me to my next photo, my drive-by shooting:
This is a photo of our neighbour's truck. I wish I was kidding, but I'm soooooo not. Do you think I need to worry?