Weather ~ We Haz It.
I love living in SE Texas. Had the AC on, the day before yesterday, no climate control yesterday and today or tomorrow may have to turn on the furnace. !! Truth be told we do get quite a few changes here. Sometimes it REALLLY does change in minutes.
Writing and Photography
Okay I need to make a commitment if to no-one but myself to write more, take more photos. Been in kind of a wordless and pictureless funk for sometime now. I've been watching some of yall on FB. And comment here or there, make a mini post there myself. I still don't care for it much.
Hope my D60 still works! Would love to buy some new glass for it, but I can wait till the right one presents itself (as well as the CASH!) I used to carry that camera where ever I went. Got out of the habit I guess. I'm still taking some pics, but with my iPhone mostly. Yeesh. Quantity over quality, I guess. I even stopped carrying my little Lumix.
Life, Liberty and the Persuit of Happiness
Reading the recent Steve Jobs Bio. I love my Apple productes (It's True!). Been a bit of a slog as I tend to read this one when I head off to bed. So a page or two aaaaaaaaaannnnnnd LIGHTS OUT!
ZZZZZZZ-zzzzzzz-ZZZZZZ-zzzzzzz ~ * *grins* I did a quick DL of one of his sister's books as well. Mona Simpson ~ Anywhere but here. We'll see if she's one I'll keep reading or not. Want to finish the Jobs bio before I start anything else. Got a few others lined up too. I'm set for reading material as long as nothing else catches my attention. Ha-Ha!
Smoking ~ NOT! Still sticking with the blucigs thing. Haven't smoked a real cigarette from early November on.
Job Search ~ I should get serious.
Weight ~ I should get serious. WW might be in the short future.
The Romantic Bones ~ Subject for a separate entry. Just becoming unsure if I'm actually ready for something like this. Second guessing myself, I think.
Speaking of Photographs.
Have a couple of snaps I took during the storms yesterday
This is the closest major intersection to la casita:
Can't really tell from this photo, but Braes Bayou was pretty close to the top of it's banks