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February 19: These are not your run-of-the-mill candy hearts -- these came from a Twilight themed box that I got for my wife. So that "always" means a little something extra. The box was aimed at Team Edward, even though my wife is most definitely Team Jacob (she's also a diabetic, so why I went and got her candy is something of a mystery too...)
I just couldn't make myself put on the "U R My Life" heart.
February 20: You can either do this, or you can't. It's genetic. How about you?
My kids didn't get much of an inheritance from me, but they did get this.
Black and White (with a little something extra)
February 21: The completed Guitar/Decoupage Project. I won't say much, because I plan to post more extensively about it later.
By the way, can I call it something other than decoupage? It just sounds so....unmanly.
February 22: If some old school photographer ever tells you not to shoot directly into the sun, tell him to make like a tree, and get out of here.
In fact, never let anyone tell you what kind of picture you should take. People often ask me what makes a good picture. That's easy -- if you like it, it's a good picture. That's what I love about this medium -- especially digital photography -- you have so much latitude in your creativity. You can literally shoot until you get the picture that you want.
I've been asked to speak to a group about photography in April, and I'm mulling over what to say, so I'll ask you: What kinds of photography related topics would you like to hear about?
February 23: I'm grateful for my Peeps. Everyone of you!
Something I love
February 24: I'm on a bit of a cupcake binge right now, and I recently discovered this marvelous item.
What is Easy Frost you ask?
It is, quite simply, the greatest invention of the 21st century -- the natural evolution from Easy Cheese -- it's Aerosol Frosting.
I love technology.
I can hear Heidi mocking me.
Something I hate
February 25: I hate cavities.
But they LOVE me.
A little business: Tell me how you're feeling about your various 365 Projects. I'd like to know about your successes and your frustrations.