Like the weather lately, my photos for today and yesterday change temperatures.
I decided to take a quick shot of a bush I was practically getting swallowed by while waiting to take my driver's exam. Guess what? GOT MY LICENSE! Whew.
Didn't really get a moment with my camera to take a decent photo, so while we waited at a stoplight on the way to class, I snapped this. One day, I'll get back into the swing of this photography thing.
Narcolepsy: My latest diagnosis. Because evidently scoliosis, asthma, fibromyalgia, chronic depression, psoriasis, and anemia (oh, and there are more that I'm forgetting at the moment) aren't enough ailments. At this point, I just want to curl up in my room and cry, but that wouldn't help anything now would it?
As you can probably tell, I'm a bit distracted. Honestly, I don't care about anything anymore. Not classes, not creativity, not food or fun or even photography. I just want some freaking decent sleep and maybe a little bit of memory.
On a less emo note, I'm going to make my first attempt at getting my license tomorrow afternoon. Wish me luck!
Now for what you're actually here for.
Yesterday's photo: Origin
Ever stop and think about where your bottled water really comes from? Just look up.
Today's photo: Over the Shoulder
I honestly didn't feel like taking a photo today, so while I sat in class, I stuck the camera on my shoulder backwards and snapped until I got something other than a big green blob. LOL
Thursday, May 19:
It was my grandfather's 62nd birthday, but I had to spend it going from classroom to therapy appointments to a sleep study. Still, I managed to grab a quick snapshot of the chocolate flowers on Grandpa's chocolate-frosted chocolate cake. Guess what grandpa's favorite food is. ;)
I also used my webcam to take a terrible snap of what I looked like at that lovely sleep study. Beautiful, yes? LOL
Friday, May 20:
Took a quick pic of the machine all those wires were plugged into. They didn't let me go home until 2!
Saturday, May 21:
I honestly only stepped outside that day to take one snapshot that wasn't even well thought out. I only took the picture because I was rather interested in all the conflicting lines.
Today, May 22:
Still not in the most photographic mood, and again I was noticing a conflict outside my house. This time, there was a conflict between the seasons. Some flowers in my garden looked as though they'd been dried out by the harsh winter, yet they were surrounded by the lush greenery brought about by spring. I just don't get it!