Tuesday, February 28, 2012

Ten on Tuesday

1| An iPhone came home with me this weekend. I'm having a lot of fun with it! I'm texting with my niece. Talking to Siri. I got the Instagram app. minutes after I walked out of the Apple store. What other ones should I get?

2| I found White House|Black Market. There's no turning back. Definitely one of my favorite clothing stores now. But wow, it's expensive! I'm glad they are classic pieces that will last a long time.

3| I watched the Oscars, while also scrapping. I've been living under a rock. There's a silent film?! I have to see that!

4| Ali Edward's has a new self-paced class. I'm all over that. Her classes are always fabulous and inspirational and uplifting.  

5|  This past week, I had to push myself out of my comfort zone. Amazingly, I survived! I think this is the theme for 2012; doing things I've never done before and living to tell about it. I celebrated with my favorite pizza and a glass of Pinot. Perfect.

6| I saw the preview of The Hunger Games movie. I'm adding it to my very long to see movie list.

7| I've been enjoying big servings of sauteed brussels sprouts and broccoli, with some garlic and red pepper flakes, and some whole grain pasta. Simple and tasty.

8| A big snow storm is supposed to hit today. Ugh. I hope it slides north or south, like every system has this season.

9| I really enjoyed this series on Write.Click.Scrapbook about scrapping your heritage photos. There's so many great ideas for getting stories of the past told. I admit, it's an area that I'm hesitant about taking on. I'm afraid I won't do the photos justice. The series, however, inspired me to put that fear aside.

10| When I was flipping through the channels one night, I came across the movie, Overboard. Do you remember that one? With Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell. Such a cute and funny movie.

Happy Tuesday!

1 comment:

Tammy said...

I am trying so hard not to get a new iPhone. Mine is three years old and acts like it and I would love a better camera. Sign. But I'll soon be unemployed again, so probably not the best idea. Have fun playing with yours! I'm sad when it comes to apps. I do love angry birds, the Pinterest app is OK, love the flashlight app - I do use it often, I like the eonline app to keep up on the gossip as I never watch anymore, imdb has an app so if you need to look someone up and figure out what movie you saw them in you can figure it out quickly. Pretty boring, right? :)