I made a meme. I found a photo editing app for my iPad that helps you make memes too. So now the world can share my humour 🙂
Here are my words for any new year. “The only thing I care about for a new year is… Will 2015 be easy to type”
Also I believe this are words to any admin 😊.
That moment when you think you are fat, then you realize all the elastics have stretched out in your underwear
Okay Doctor Who Fans, I have a real experience for you. This happened to my Co-Worker this morning on the way to work. She was listening to Songza at the bus stop when the following showed up on her cell phone WiFi.
Okay I have to say that it would creep me out a little. It especially crept out my co-worker since she just watched the episode the night before.
So harmless crazy doctor who fan? Or is there something in the wifi?
You decide 🙂
Here’s a quick easy recipe for all you bachelorettes (or bachelors).
Wraps (I used the Sun-dried tomatoes wraps)
Roasted chicken (one you can get from a grocery store)
Bagged Salad (or a head of lettuce)
Sweet Chili Sauce
Take slices of roasted chicken, some of the bagged salad and drizzle sweet chili sauce on a wrap. Fold the wrap.
Anyway I made this simple recipe and it was my lunch for 4 days.
I have a new recipe that I have tried from Pinterest. This recipe is for Cream Cheese Corn. Here is the link from the original recipe.
The only change I did was add Okra to the dish. Here are the ingredients.
- 4 cans Libby’s whole kernel corn, drained
- 12 slices bacon, split
- 1/4 cup butter
- 1/2 cup onion, diced
- 2 – 8 ounce packages cream cheese
- 1/2 cup + 2 tbsp parmesan cheese, grated
- 1/2 tsp black pepper
- 1 tbsp olive oil or melted butter
- About 15 okra cut into pieces
I added the Okra as I added the Cream Cheese to the skillet.
I have to say this is my first real time saute onions in butter and not burning them. Worked really well. 🙂 That is my real proud moment.
Anyway this was a great recipe as an alternative to Cream Corn. I brought it to a wedding and it went really quickly. I almost didnt get any.
I was able to take my first night photos last week while in British Colombia. I was so excited! I worked for about an hour at about 1 AM. But I was able to get some good shoots. I have put all the shots that I did so you can see the good, the bad and the ugly.
I like learning from all my shots. I hope this helps anyone else that wants to learn too. A couple of notes about some conditions of taking these photos. I don’t have a remote yet for my bulb setting on my DSLR. So some of my shakiness may have come through. Unfortunately I was near some houses and a gravel company so its not the best for the lighting of the ground.
Another issue, when I reimaged my photos through Picasa it changed the colouring of the photos a little. All the pictures seem to have gotten lighter and a little orange. I don’t know how to fix this. Hopefully I can figure out how to fix it for my website.
I have put all my main settings below each photo so you know the details as well.
I want to thank the blog Leanne Cole Photography . I was able to get the recipe of night photography from her blog.
The recipe is: ISO – Greater than 3200, F-stop as low as you can go, and exposure time 30 seconds.
Click Here to go to the specific blog for more details.