Monday, February 3, 2014

Picture This: Week 5, 2014.

Last year, I started a picture-a-day project with the new year. My intent was and is to try and appreciate every day, the good and the bad. I'm posting weekly recaps of the past seven days. It's a fun way to  recap the week, and keep me motivated for the next week. By throwing it up to the interwebs, it's a not so subtle reminder to myself that if I'm laying around all week and taking pictures of my feet poking out of a blanket as I watch Netflix for the millionth time, I'm going to bore everyone to sleep. Not that I care, guys. That being said, it's rarely ground-breaking, but I couldn't handle that anyway. It's a log of my life, and a gentle reminder to myself that life is a gift and I should take advantage every day. I don't want to get preachy. If you do this, I want to know so I can nose around. In the least creepy way possible. You can start anytime, too - a new year doesn't have to start on January 1. Steph created one mid-year. Veronica does this as well, but I'm losing faith in her ever updating her blog. Check out my past weeks through the "picture-a-day" topic link on the right. 

January 27, 2014

It's so dry that I woke up with a split lip. **Channelling Beyonce** I woke up like thisss, I woke up like thisss. 


January 28, 2014

This series kills me. I love living with animals.


January 29, 2014

It was so cold at the client site that I wore gloves the entire time. Sometimes work makes me sad.


January 30, 2014

Zach finished assembly of my rough pallet table plans on Thursday, and we're both pumped with the result. As soon as I regain some semblance of control over my life, I'll take more pictures and write it up.


January 31, 2014

A long overdue wine and cheese night with one of my bests. 


February 1, 2014


Zach's work, Blackstone Launchpad, hosted a 24-hour fashion-tech hackathon on Friday. It sounds illegal and terrible to me, but I went for the presentations and the ideas the students presented were amazing.  My favorite, and the winner, was a student that designed a sole for your shoe that could track your pressure points so as to evaluation your running style. He thought of it, created a working prototype, and pitched it in 24-hours, without sleep, which was even more amazing to me. 


February 2, 2014

The Superbowl was incredibly lame this year, without the terrible coverage by Fox Sports (were we the only ones listening to the confetti machine for a solid 15 minutes?), but it was nice to enjoy with friends.

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