It’s kinda all over Instagram today... people comparing photos of themselves from today with photos from 10 years ago, presumably as close to the day as possible.
Nathan found Photo Booth on his iPad. Oh yes, he found it alright. And I see every last one on my iPhone.
If you’ve followed either my Instagram or Twitter accounts recently, you may have seen that we have a new houseguest.
Beer! Glorious beer! So golden, hoppy, and scrumptious!
This past Monday, I finally started doing something that I’ve known for a while needed to begin again. I started going for early morning walks with the intent of transitioning slowly into running.
I had completely forgotten about this photo. We were in Arlington Heights in 2010 shopping for something or other when I noticed a shattered and abandoned skateboard on the sidewalk.
Happy belated birthday, USA! 🇺🇸
Been collecting a few photos on my phone I’ve been wanting to share.
At some point in time in the past, I marveled on my blog about the fickle and inexplicable nature of how people respond to posts on the web. They like what you don’t expect them to, and have zero reaction to things you think are well done or important or topical.
Being that Instagram is my only social media outlet of late, I’ve actually gone back through my feed of, oh, 3,810 posts...
With all the acquisition and splitting apart discussions regarding Yahoo of late, my photographer friends and I that have or still are users of Flickr have been wondering what will happen to our beloved photo storage/sharing app.
Last Tuesday, Nathan asked me where the camera was on my iPhone so I showed him. He snapped these. I had no idea until I found them the other day.
Check out what I dug out of obscurity the other day.
Oh, Amazon, you devious little bastages! First, it was One-Click Ordering where you only needed to click a single button to begin the ordering process. Sure there were still a couple steps after that, but it was still pretty simple overall.
We took part in our next door neighbors’ annual Soup Off Challenge today. It was our first time participating and also the first time we really hung out with our neighbors. It was a lot of fun.
I’m horrified and sickened about Las Vegas.
Remember a while back when I asked if #YonduOnTerra could be my new #StorminNorman? Well, I took one giant leap towards legitimizing it. I made a new blog.
By way of celebration of his actual birthday, how about a photo recap of Nathan's previous year?
I'm just going to make it simple and give you a bunch of photos from our day.
This is my favorite kind of weekend.
I know, I know... I still owe y'all a video for the month of June. I've got one envisioned and even have some of the source video. I just haven't gotten to work editing it.
I don't understand something. Studio photography back in the day at places like the venerated Olan Mills was expensive but not outrageous. And there were some high cost items and processes involved in the, er, process.
Yes, a second trip into Chicago in as many weeks. Why? 200 PTO hours accrued at work, that's why. But why would you complain? You get photos of sweet cityscapes!!
Could #YonduOnTerra be my next #StorminNorman?
This was my day...
Happy Mother's Day to all the mommies, grandmas, great-grandmas, and caregivers out there.
I was walking around recently when I passed by a tree that made me do a double take. I snapped a picture. I'm curious if you see it, too...
Yesterday, when I said I had no idea why I signed up for Snapchat, that's not entirely true.
A couple towns east of here lies Cantigny Park. You may recall it from the Tom Hanks film A League of Their Own as the home of Garry Marshall's character league owner Walter Harvey.
We woke up at 5 a.m.
We were on the road at 6:10 a.m.
We picked up Katie's cousin at 6:35 a.m.
What's in the news?
A happy family weekend in photos.
I'm taking part in a fun photo challenge for December. It's sponsored by Funko, the toy company behind those cool Pop statuettes and bobbleheads.
We don't just make kids hobby tables at Kasa Kapgar. We also re-finish dining room tables! Or, at least, we do now.
It only took six weeks and a couple pestering emails from me, but we finally got the URL of the host site where we could find Nathan's preschool class photos.