I sometimes feel I don't have much to blog about, but the last week has been quite busy, giving me a lot to write about, but leaving me with little time to write.
Last night I went to the drive in. I'd already seen both movies, but I hadn't seen Tim in months, so I basically went to the drive in to see Tim. It was a lot of fun and worth re-watching two mediocre movies I've recently paid to see in the theater. That was only my second time at Knight's Action Park (the first visit was two days prior) and I loved it both times.
Friday night I went to a play, Romeo and Juliet. It was my first time seeing Shakespeare and it was fabulous. This was also my first time having a completely inappropriate public outburst of hysterical laughter. I've told a few people about this and the only one who sees the humor in my situation is the person who was with me. Part of me wants to feel guilty for my behavior, but A: I feel guilty for everything and I'm trying to stop that, and B: as someone who's been severely depressed several times before, it's refreshing to feel as happy as I do and to have the ability to laugh uncontrollably.
I spent Wednesday with Hannah at the water park portion of Knight's Action Park. The lazy river was my favorite, though I highly recommend the blue and red waterslides. The blue one is a speed slide and because it's enclosed, it's very disorienting; my swimsuit at least partially came off every time I went down and the awkward landings can be quite painful, but it's totally worth it. The red slide was just, fun! On Wednesdays they offer an awesome discount where, if you bring a CVS receipt, it's buy one get one free admission. $30 for two adults is a GREAT deal!
Also on Wednesday, I had Steve cut 11" off of DeShanee's mosaic. I'm now more than half-way done with the tiling portion of this project. It's really hard to not post photos as I progress, but I'm keeping the details under wraps for Dee. This is the most detailed photo I've been able to post.
Everything before Wednesday is a blur. I uploaded all of the pictures on my camera and there's nothing too amazing going on there. I did notice that since I got an iPhone, I stopped taking photos with my camera. Which brings me to ask....
What photo-sharing service do you use? I mostly use twitpic, but I hate that they have a legal right to use, modify and use again, any photos I take. I want to own my photos. I do like that I can grab the html for my photos to put them on my blog, which is my one complaint about instagram. Sooo, what do you recommend?
Listening to: New Order - Ceremony