For about two days Gia and I were feeling a bit under the weather. Rather than loaf, we used the time to work up some speculative advertisements.
Recently, we purchased a Betta for Gia. Naming him was a bear, skip the next two paragraphs if you want to avoid reading the process…
We photographed Kevin and Anastacia’s e. session down at La Jolla Cove. We try to encourage couples to pick a location that means something to them, and the beach was perfect for this couple. They were a ton of fun to be around and a rich red sunset gave us some wonderful warm tones.
So far so good, we’ve been trying to blog more, which means you get to hear all sorts of things from us!
I have Pilate snuggling up to my left hand while I try to type, he says “Hi!” and then mumbled something about wanting me to hurry up.
The fish has been sabotaging the cat, I’ve found drops of water outside the fish bowl, but that cat has dry feet. Hmm… Clever fish.
We went to Macy’s yesterday to look for shoes for me, my favorite wedges have been around far too long and are running out of sole. Didn’t buy any shoes, but I did find out that they put the smallest size that they carry out on the floor, so for those of you with small feet, Macy’s is a good place to start looking.
I tried updating our Yelp!, and the site told me to use less exclamation points, I had two in there. Apparently Yelp! doesn’t like enthusiasm.
We watched Alice in Wonderland last weekend, which wasn’t too bad, I’m a little harsher on it than Jordan, but it was worth seeing in 3D. What I really wanted to talk about was the miniseries Alice, the design elements were amazing! It was done by Lions Gate, and was a very different take on the whole Alice in Wonderland/Alice Through the Looking Glass idea.
I guess it’s time for me to be off again, I’m going to pet the cat and get back to some design work.
Ciao for now.
Yesterday we headed out to Sea World for a couple hours, we had been spending too much time in house and we’re getting a little bit of cabin fever. We had specific places we were headed in the park; bat rays and sharks. We managed to show up while they were doing the bat ray feeding, so we bought a few trays of fish and I fed the eager, splashing rays. Jordan loves sharks, so we wandered over to the shark encounter to watch them swim around for a while. We got stuck in a little bit of traffic heading home, and stopped by the grocery store to get fixings for dinner. Jordan cooked some chicken breasts and we put them on a salad with some pears and walnuts. Really yummy!
I’m planning to make a lemon meringue pie this weekend, but we have to eat the cupcakes I made last weekend first.
Toilet training the cat is a slow process, he’s not too keen on the change of litter and location of the litter box so we had to add some more steps before we can use the CitiKitty. So far so good, he’s doing pretty well, but it seems that he’s expecting a treat every time he uses the new litter box, he even waits to make sure we know he’s been in the bathroom.
I guess it’s lunch time, but before I go I’m going to leave you with this awesome cartoon I found by Phil Selby.
Every bride needs a white dress. This goes without saying at the wedding, but what do you wear to all the other bridal events that aren’t on the big day? The short answer is anything you want. You are the bride after-all. However, if you’re one of those people (like me) who pairs the drinks to the dinner and your attire to the occasion, CIARLAbride has another answer for you: The Little White Dress.