Greetings. I have been Queen of Slackers with my blog. It's pathetic, i know. I'll be better, I promise. But here I've decided to insert a bunch of random pictures we've taken within the past few weeks. Enjoy!
Over the weekend, since we were car-sitting for the week, Sean and I drove up the Hudson River, north of Manhattan for an hour or so. It is beeeautiful. Such lush vegetation. This is my panorama of Iona Island, props to Lynn Scoresby who hails from the small town of Iona, ID. Is this gorgeous or what?? Photographer-pro Jen strikes again. Although, this picture really took itself.
I thought it would be appropriate to proceed that picture with the following from what I like to call, "Fried Food Funday." We should have made this food on Friday but alas, it was on a Sunday and I cannot tell a lie. Sean and I were hard up with ideas for dinner so we made a bunch of random things making up our smorgasbord which included french fries and onion rings. Who makes these things homemade?? They ruled though. We went fried food-crazy. But my favorite thing about these pictures is how the accidental alignment makes it look like Sean's some sort of hunchback, robo-turtle with fries on his back/"shell." Oh man... busts me up.
Here is a scene from the 4th of July showing Sean nailed to a tree. Ok, ew, but he does look weirdly stuck onto it somehow. We just thought this was a really cool tree, although given that this pic is the size of a pea, you can't really tell. Oh well.
Also on the 4th we saw the giganto, amazing fireworks show. We snapped a couple pics in an attempt to capture the grandeur.
A special thanks to the girl who insisted on standing the entire time, blocking our view.
With this next picture, I just wanted to show what my hair does in the humidity.
Side note: Could I BE smiling bigger? "I'm just so happy about my hair! YAY!!"
Lastly, I was making jello the other day and noticed this on the side of the box:
Vegetables in jello?? Ewww! I just picture broccoli and peas (...speaking of peas.. I just noticed i've used "pea" twice in this post. Weird.) held tight in the fruity gelatin. Mmm...