Sunday Secrets

Elena is currently wearing a very fitted "Madonna 1987 World Tour" tee.
With a pink petticoat skirt.
And bright blue eyeshadow.
She exemplifies the 80's.
And I am so proud to be her momma.

I am in love with red wine.
I never in my life thought I would say that, but it's true.
I am Paul Giamatti from Sideways.

Joe Montana is currently playing a game of flag football
with Dawson Leary.
I am at once awed and disturbed.

I covered some serious ground on my
duvet cover quilt this weekend.
Enough to realize I don't have the materials to make it large enough
to cover my bed.

DRL and I went on a date on Friday night.
We saw Inception.
It was amazing. And confusing. And wonderful.

I need a good book to read.
For lack of anything book-ish in my house
I am re-reading the Twilight saga.
I don't really want to.
All of our books are in storage at my mom's place in Wisconsin.

Stella is crawling.

I am glad I know how to cable.

I had a meeting with the bride of the first wedding
I am officially photographing.

We agreed on a fee.
And a time frame.

I can now afford to purchase the elusive 50mm 1.4 prime
the I've been lusting after for the better part
of a year.

I have almost finished a knitting project
for Rebecca's new baby.
I cannot finish it until s/he is born.
As the S/He part is important for the final details.

I got in a discussion on facebook last night
regarding bigotry.
And ignorance.
It made me angry.
And sad.
Let's just say that I don't think it is fair to discount an entire
group of people because of the actions of few.
And let's just say that not everyone is so

I am sorry that I have been such a sporadic blogger.
I will try to be better.

go read the REAL Sunday Secrets.


1 comment:

  1. the His Dark Materials triology is really good reading. It is YA, but not really. Three books, The Golden Compass, The Subtle Knife and The Amber Spyglass. I recommend them. I haven't cried so hard while reading a book since Where the Red Fern Grows in 5th grade. Also, The Beach by Alex Garland. The movie was silly, but the book is VERY good. I have many more suggestions, but I'll leave it at two.