I have 2,000 non-digital photos from years 1987-2000, stored in 4 photo albums. I’ve wanted to scan them into the “cloud” for years, and finally started 2 weekends ago. My last post covered my favorites from PHOTO ALBUM 1. This post covers my favorites from PHOTO ALBUM 2 and were all taken during 1995 & 1996, when I was 24 & 25 years old.
Growing up, photography was always a hobby. I didn’t get my first digital camera until 2001. Prior to that, I used a variety of SLRs and point-and-shoots. I have 2,000 non-digital photos from years 1987-2000, stored in 4 photo albums. I finally started scanning them into the “cloud” last weekend. Here are my favorite photos from PHOTO ALBUM 1.
This post contains subject matter that may be disturbing to some viewers. Viewer discretion is advised. It discusses a dog attack, an eating disorder, and an ongoing battle to regain both my mental and physical health.
Every now and then I decide to dust off my CSS skillz and tweak parts of my website. This week I decided to give the right sidebar a makeover. The right sidebar is where my “widgets” are displayed. A widget is “an application that enables a user to perform a function or access a service”. I found 2 new widgets for my site that make me very happy!
A couple months ago I started crafting a key rack for all our wayward keys. It’s a simple piece of 26×2½x¾ pine that I cut, primed, & painted white. I had a minor panic attack at the amount of wayward keys all over the house, so the key rack got finished and hung up today!
Hubby and I have been binge watching Tiny House Hunters on the HGTV channel for the past couple months. It’s pretty much thanks to Jessica from Cape of Dreams – she posted in November about cleaning her basement and mentioned that the show was part of her inspiration for paring down and de-cluttering. After watching a gazillion episodes, it has inspired me/us to do the same!
Jim and I had planned to spend Christmas in Florida. But by the time we got around to buying plane tickets [October], it would have cost us $1000/roundtrip [each]. So we opted for going the week before, which cost us $400/roundtrip. Still expensive, but way better than the alternative. $#@*&^ airlines.
I have 19 DIY projects planned for 2016 🙂