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Weekly Winners: Sept. 30-Oct. 13

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!

Well, I missed another week, but I have a legitimate excuse. I was at RenFest last weekend. We had a blast. We almost didn’t go, which is all my fault. Okay, I almost didn’t go, 😆

Wednesday was a field trip for Ethan. THIS Wednesday is a field trip for MADISON. I’m going to be EXHAUSTED!!

Photo A Day

Day 30. You, then
30: You, then
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Tricks of Light

Every once in awhile, I catch a trick of the light. I think I see something that’s not there. Or I see something that makes me think I have a convex mirror or something. Things just look weird.

But that also gives me some wicked cool ideas for things.

Then again, I’m finding some wicked cool ideas in other places as well.

Speaking of wicked cool ideas, I’m so ready for NaNo 2010. SO EXCITED. Is it time yet?

Blast Off

Are you ready for an amazing trip? If so, you need to buckle your seatbelts and get ready to take off!

You start at Ground Control and work your way to all the “planets” to pick up the rest of the pieces!

I don’t know about you, but my son would love this kit! Perfect for his imagination!

All pieces will be available for free until April 7th. After that, you can purchase the kit at the Gingerscraps store.

Preview of the kit:

Image is ©Gingerscraps and the designers

More Writing Necessities

As I once again flounder around, trying to work on pre-writing for NaNo, I’m thinking of things that come in handy for NaNo.


  • Writing Utensils of some sort.
    It can be pen and pencil, a desktop computer, or a laptop.
  • Ideas, lots of ideas
  • An imagination
    Even if you’re writing non-fiction, you need a bit of an imagination to come up with different ways of wording your thoughts
  • The laptop, for me, is now a requirement. Thank god I have one now. 🙂 I do a lot of thinking when I’m “sitting on the pot”, so taking a laptop with me means I don’t have to go “well crap, what was I thinking about?” when I finish. I can also set it to record while I’m in the shower and keep track of them then. Or I can not be a cheapskate, get a program like Dragon NaturallySpeaking and let my mind wander while I’m showering, or doing the dishes, or whatever. I’d have to be careful with that, though, or else I might end up picking up my son’s jabbering as well.

    So, what programs/necessities do you have for NaNo?

    Photo Hunt – Wild

    Theme: Wild

    My daughter’s “wild” imagination with pretending to be an eagle, :lol:.

    My son’s “wild” hair, :lol:.