Wednesday, March 4, 2009

Window Wednesdays 1

I had a pretty good day today. I woke up around 10:30, lounged in bed for a bit, read, ate lunch, read some more, showered, and went to the mall with my mom. It was an adventure.

First she picked up her new glasses. She didn't like them very much.

Then we went to Starbucks and got drinks (she did like those very much, as did I).

Then, and here's the crazy bit, we walked by the T-Mobile kiosk. The guys there have no soul, calling out to us relentlessly every time we pass. But this time they talked us into signing up for a plan.

We also got new phones out of the deal, which is what sparked this post. You see, I now own a camera phone. Which means I've been madly taking pictures since.

After the T-Mobile store we stopped in Sears looking for a car-stereo-harness. We didn't find one, and the guy working there was quite rude.

So we went to Best Buy and got the harness and also a cable to connect the new phones to the computer (to transfer pictures and so on).

Now, you may be wondering where the "Window" part comes in. That's window as in "window into my life", and it's an obvious rip-off of Sprout & Bean's much better Snapshot Sundays.

Sorry for the crappy qualities folks, as I used a phone and not a camera.

Anyhow, after Best Buy we went to...

After S&S I came home and played around with my phone.

Buddy seemed intrigued by this new device...

However, he soon laid down and lost interest.

After taking pictures of my super-cute dog, I then decided to take a picture of this decidedly less-cute guy.

I've been reading this lately. It's very good, although it seems like a lot of the stories involve water.

I got a message on MySpace! Which was surprisingly exciting.

I also got an IM, which was a bit less exciting, but still nice.

I realized just how messy my room is...

Even if I do put cool special effects on it. (Note to self: If you ever make a horror movie, make it look like this.)

I began reading this awesome thread on Story Games. I'd go into detail, but it'd bore a large percentage of the people who might read this. Still, I'd like to give credit to Buzz, who's post here really excited me...

as well as Ian, who started the thread.

After surfing the net, I opened up Full Light, Full Steam to read. I cannot understate it's awesomeness.

Finally, my arm got frozen in carbonite. I guess even a good day has it's bad points...

1 comment:

Yo! Be honest, folks.