A Week in Bad Cell Phone Pictures

It’s been a busy, busy week, but not so busy that I didn’t take time to snap bad pictures with my cell phone like a middle schooler. Here are Jason and I from last Friday’s fun. concert:

At fun. Concert

It took three tries to get that shot, as it was difficult coordinating being in the frame and making the flash work and holding the phone still enough that one could at least discern we were human. When we took this photo, I thought it wasn’t blurry at all.

That was a really fun concert.

On Tuesday, Benny had to go to the vet:

Benny at the Vet

He has everyone at the vet’s office convinced that he’s the sweetest cat ever, which, if you know Benny, is a total joke. He gets to the vet’s office and yowls so piteously, though, if I’m not sitting immediately right next to him at every moment. Then when the vet picks him up, he goes boneless in an attempt to stop existing.

At home, it is such a different story.

On Wednesday, I wore Maxwell out with dancing:

Maxwell Tired Out from Dancing

For whatever reason, he was really tired this week and kept falling asleep on our car rides. I was tired, too, on account of the part where I’ve been spending all my spare time doing encyclopedia edits and selling my worldly possessions on Craigslist, but I can’t fall asleep on our car rides. Instead, I drink extra coffee.

Last night, we had a dinner for the people involved in today’s conference:

KCC Dinner

Going clockwise, that’s me, Xandi, George O’Connor, Jesse Karp, Tonia, Karen Green (who also rocks a Queen Bee purse!), Amy, Miranda, Colleen AF Venable, and Mark Siegel. Dinner was amazing, and the conference today was amazing.

Now it’s the countdown to Olivia and Sabrina’s wedding reception tomorrow, which I am so excited about. In the meantime, I have three articles to finish and submit, exercise to do, a house to clean, and possessions to sell.


  1. Posted April 29, 2012 at 3:11 am | Permalink

    A friend informed me that the Seattle Modern Art place has up some weird new installation made out of flattened cardboard boxes.

    So, whilst you’re doing all of this, you’re Effortlessly Doing Art.

  2. adrienne
    Posted April 29, 2012 at 7:32 am | Permalink

    I clearly must take more pictures of it all, then.

    Also on the bright side, we’re having a walking competition at work, and all this work is totally helping boost my number of steps every day.

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