Warning: if pictures of feet creep you out, you probably don’t want to look at the picture for March 13th.
It should be noted that there are no pictures of my cat, and no pictures of my knitting this week. Not that either of them weren’t photogenic or awesome this week.
Also note that when it’s late at night and you haven’t taken a picture for the day, body parts are excellent last-minute subjects.
March 9, 2009
A found, old-school label maker. I am very excited about the possibilities. “Kathy’s lunch.” “Kathy’s toothbrush.” “Kathy’s beer.”
March 10, 2009
I love how colorful my town is. This on the walk between work and lunch, and it made me all happy.
March 11, 2009
The Catholic church on 4th and Pine. The trees looked really nice against the stones and the sky. Again I display my love for bare trees. Repetitive, repetitive?
March 12, 2009
Speaking of repetitive, this is from the day after I had the dream about my boring life. My left hand, with rings. I started taking pictures of my hand to show how dry my skin was, but I got totally creeped out by how not-mine my hand looked. This one looks much better (less hand), and I like my rings.
March 13, 2009
And these are my feet. The scars running, in this picture, vertically along the sides of my toes are from bilateral bunionectomies. I used to have really pronounced bunions on both feet; they made it difficult to stand for long periods of time, I had to wrap my toes to run track in high school. Lots of pain. Then in 2002? (god, when did that happen?) I had two surgeries to cut that shit out. And my roommate, Femiknitter, took care of me while I was recovering in our 2nd floor apartment. And by “took care of me” I mean she set me up with booze and rolling-chair races on the hardwood floors, and set me up with insane amounts of videos and DVDs to watch (the Pride and Prejudice miniseries and the Godfather trilogy stand out in a big way). Good times. Thank you Femiknitter!
March 14, 2009
My friend Beth, after a night of beer, wine, and Guitar Hero.
March 15, 2009
Knit night, after two weeks of not being there. It was so good to see everyone again. Here we have Tracy and Carolyn laughing. I love the contrast between the static brick wall and their highly in-motion faces. I took a bunch of pictures that night, but I spent the most time looking at this picture. It just makes me laugh, really captures the happy mood of the night.
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