Monday, March 30, 2009

A New Camera, and Another Week

First a story in pictures:

What's in the box?
What's in the box?

It's safely packed whatever it is.
It's safely packed, whatever it is.

Nikon Coolpix P60!
Nikon Coolpix P60!

My new camera is here!
My new camera is here!

Now for my week in pictures:
Sunday, March 22:
#81 of 365
I had lots of dirty dishes piled in the sink, so I loaded up the dishwasher and got them all clean. Yea!!!!

Monday, March 23:
#82 of 365
This is my Have Fun! Scarf. I'm making progress. It's way prettier in person.

Tuesday, March 24, (Yeah, you already saw it, but it's a pic of the day):
My new camera is here!
My new camera is here!

Wednesday, March 25:
#84 of 365
Yummy dinner. Busy Day Beef and Noodles from my Pawsitively Clemson Cookbook.

Thursday, March 26:
#85 of 365
Boots was eating some of his dinner and paused to have his head scratched. He was still enjoying his dinner, as you can see.

Friday, March 27:
#86 of 365
Hot Doughnuts Now! If you've never had hot Krispy Kreme, I'm sorry. When I was a senior in high school, we went on a trip to Columbia, SC, for an academic competition (yeah, I was a nerd). It was really, really important to our advisor (my physics teacher) to take us to Krispy Kreme for hot doughnuts. We didn't know what the big deal was. We'd had Krispy Kreme. What's so great about them being hot? Well, we soon found out. They melt in your mouth and they're just so good. When the Krispy Kreme opened in Columbus a few years ago (thanks to Hank Aaron who owns the franchise here), it was like a flashback to that late night in Columbia with Mr. Faile (yes, that was his name - and many of his students did). Sometimes that red neon sign is hard to resist!

Saturday, March 28:
#87 of 365
This is my Sunday School lesson prepped for tomorrow. The story is about the widow's mite and the lesson is "God wants us to give our best".

I look forward to taking lots of pretty pictures with my new camera. I hope you enjoy the pictures, too. I've got to figure out how the manual settings work. I don't know anything about F-stops. I must learn.

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