Being. Nothingness. Randomness.

caladium One of the first photos I took with my new camera. It’s the underside of a caladium plant we have on the porch. I also utilized the action feature to shoot about 25 photos of Charlie and the dogs tearing around the front yard. You’d think I never understood the concept of video because I was so highly entertained scrolling quickly through each of them.

Spanish this morning was horrifying. I am so far behind the place where our instructor expects us to be. I know a few other kids were feeling the panic too. Rather than coming home and immediately cracking open my textbook, however, we ate lunch, Charlie went to the gym with his friend Jeremy, and I cleaned the house, started Charlie’s laundry, and took about 100 photos while I fiddled with the new camera. I’ve been reading the instruction manual so I can actually understand how the use the thing.

Work tomorrow at six and then I’ll start studying. I swear.


2 thoughts on “Being. Nothingness. Randomness.

  1. Let’s face it, the camera you can start anew with and master quickly. The Spanish is going to take you awhile to catch up on. I’m with you, get the easy stuff out of the way first!

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