November 29, 2012

29: Maybe

Mid-century modern Taylor and Taylor.

Work yesterday was fascinating.  The store is filled with excellent goodies, yet the book shelves are bare.  As I wandered round the store for my morning Facebook photo trek, I was pleased to find that they put that huge Mid-century modern set out.  In a corner tho….we do have massive numbers of dish sets out right now, and they aren’t selling.

I took lots of pictures yesterday too.  When I got home, I discovered that many were out of focus…fuzzy, even with the image stabilization on automatic.  Shakey me.  Very disappointing.  I especially wanted to get a picture of the overflowing bookshelves.  I pulled all the old books out, but even staying an hour late, all I could do was get the new books off the floor.

I have ambitious plans for the day…too ambitious perhaps.  So, maybe I will even get a few books shelved too.  Maybe.

  • Keeping those on the east coast in my thoughts.
  • Himself:  Says he is better and went off to the gym.
  • Herself:  List: Pool, Drug store for prescription and two meds, books at store, finish printing out the DC book.  A little ambitious.
  • Reading:  All of you....but not noting.  Shame on m e.  Books: nothing….wearing a sweatshirt that says, “EAT, SLEEP, READ.”
  • Balance:  Remembering to fill up my gym bag shampoo bottle.  LOL


    1. You need to get one of those tiny tripods that can be stablized almost anywhere. Then you may get better focus.

    2. I used to call those George Jetson dishes!

    3. I wish I could go to your store. Sounds like it has so many fun things.

    4. Wonder if people just don't cook enough to use dishes.....

    5. You're so energetic. Sounds like you're feeling pretty good. Christmas spirit, maybe?

    6. Oh I love these.. they bring back memories. Try raising the ISO to get enough light to allow you to increase the shutter speed so that shaking is less of a concern. Just a thought.


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