Daily Archives: 29 July, 2012

Weekly Winners: July 22-28, 2012

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All shots taken with a Canon Rebel XS, Sony Cybershot DSCW120, Kodak EasyShare C195, or the HTC Inspire 4G Android Phone. More can be found on my Flickr account. You can also follow my P365 blog, where I attempt to post pictures at least once a week!

This week has been a week full of heartache, stress, and swimming lessons.
Heartache: My Kindle DX died a tragic death. She met her demise at the hand of a faulty Gatorade lid.
Stress: Someone thought they could steal money from us. They have since found out, not true.
Swimming lessons: Madison is taking Level 3.

Photo a Day

Day 22: upside-down
Day 22: upside-down

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210/366 [2012] – Math Nerd

210/366 [2012] - Math Nerd by TM2TS
210/366 [2012] – Math Nerd, a photo by TM2TSon Flickr.

I got this mug from ThinkGeek.com. I love this mug.
The other is from NaNoWriMo ๐Ÿ˜€ I love it too.
They’re both just awesome and perfect.
The NaNoWriMo one is going with me places.
To the library, during NaNo time.
To the bus stop, just to get people to ask what it means.
Everywhere.

209/366 [2012] – A Remnant of a Dare

209/366 [2012] - A Remnant of a Dare by TM2TS
209/366 [2012] – A Remnant of a Dare, a photo by TM2TSon Flickr.

We played Truth or Dare at Gingerscraps. I hosted for Ginger because she didn’t feel well enough ๐Ÿ™
One dare was to take a picture of your favorite shoes, in a weird location.
What’s weirder than the refrigerator?

day 28: cup

day 28: cup by TM2TS
day 28: cup, a photo by TM2TSon Flickr.

28. Cup: Whatโ€™s your favourite cup to drink from? Or a trophy cup you won? Or a drink you had today. Shoot it and share it.

My Math Nerd cup from ThinkGeek.com
My 2011 NaNoWriMo ceramic mug from NaNoWriMo.org
My Indianapolis Colts cup that I got in Evansville, IN, the time I was there for my sister’s baby shower.

Review: At the Queen’s Summons

At the Queen's Summons (Tudor Rose,  #3)At the Queen’s Summons by Susan Wiggs

My rating: 4 of 5 stars

It wasn’t what I was expecting. I will admit that.
It was so well written. I felt like I was there, at times.
Though, the “journal entries” and what-not really, to me, pulled away from the story.
They didn’t seem to really matter.

I hate that, at the end, they ran away.
That doesn’t sound like the Irish to me. They stand and fight.

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