Wednesday, January 09, 2008

I have a hugsband!

I haven't posted in a bit and thought I'd try to get back on the weblog wagon for my first post of the new year! Kevin and I celebrated our first holiday season together and it was holiday-tastic! We had several Christmases actually.

NOTE: names of the cities have been changed to protect the innocent. END OF NOTE.

We had two Christmases in Cleebs, TX. One in Arlen, TX, and 1-2 more in Ouichita, KS. Presents were abundant, but the love in our hearts greatly exceeded the presents in our laps. You might say we had a horn o' plenty of love. Or you might not. Who's to say?

Anyway, I wish I had pictures of the gifts Kevin and I got for each other (cause they're awesome!) but I don't. The only one I have is a picture from a website of the new lap top case I got Special K. There was an artist (who goes by the moniker Pars) that was part of an art show we did here at work and after look at his website under the "shop" section, I noticed that he sells a lot of cool items, i.e. hand towels, compact mirrors, drinking glasses and my gift item of choice.....a lap top case for my man, holla!

Here are pictures of the front and back:

One of the coolest gifts I got this year was a Fish Eye2 Camera from Kevin, and while I don't have a picture of the actual camera, I do have a couple pictures of the photos said camera captured. It's fun using real film in a camera. I haven't gotten film developed in ages......ages 21-25 to be exact. Here are a few that exhibit the fish eye 2's greatest attributes:

kevin: trial picture:

candiss & liz, gettin they fish eye on!:

bulbous living room shenanigans:

multiple exposure shot, take 1!:

julie & daniel:

multiple exposure of art in our abode:

new chyears!:

roger rabbit, act i:

roger rabbit, act ii:

inquisitive daniel:

fire and ice (ice = my fair fair icy skin):

uncle jesse wants have mercy and dance:

howards in the howse:

I love these! I'm still working on subduing my desire for instant gratification though. Fish Eye2 Camera, you're here to teach me patience aren't you? AREN'T YOU?!

1 comment:

Michael Hedgpeth said...

The last one reminds me of those 70's pictures you would look at of your parents and thought to yourself, "Wow, they were so young, and weird...."