Oh, you know, the usual. Woke up, drank some coffee, checked my e-mail, did some laundry...washed my iPod. Washed my iPod people!!! Yep, it was in the pocket of a sweatshirt I had worn to the gym. It won't turn on and I was assuming it was ruined forever, but after googling "iPod washing machine" I have hope. It looks like there may be a chance that it will work after a week or so of drying out.
I'm finally done going through all off the photos from when my dad was here 2 weeks ago. These are from the day we hung out in the Old Market.
These next few are of the cat that lives in one of the antique stores downtown. I've seen it every time I go in and it is the nicest, softest cat I've ever met. And it's eyes are truly that color. I didn't do anything to them.
Here are a couple more from our country drive. We spotted this awesome old stone house that was sort of falling apart. If you look closely you can see that the whole back half is missing. Look through the windows and all you see is sky. Amazing. We hopped an electric fence to get a closer look which caused some suspicious looks from the cows that were grazing off to the right.
And also, the grass around here still looks like the above pictures. There is not a hint of green anywhere and I am seriously tired of it. I am done with you March! Get out of my house! You are worthless and I wish you were never born! Why can't you be more like May?!
Okay, but seriously, for some reason I am more ready for spring than ever.
Whew, sorry about that little hiatus. I had kind of a busy week last week. BUT, I am not working this week (although believe me there is plenty to do around here). But I do have a little time to post some of the photos I have taken lately. And there have been A LOT of them.
Last weekend when my dad was visiting we went on a drive out on some country roads. We were on a hunt for some good old dilapidated barns for me to photograph and for my dad to eventually paint (like, on a canvas, not re-paint the actual barn). We found an amazing old abandoned barn and surrounding buildings that were perfect. At one point the farmer that owned it pulled up his truck and asked what we were doing, but I went and sweet talked him and he let us stay.