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Tuesday, August 2, 2011

Day 192, 193

Blargh! I really think I might just be doing a whole "post every other day" deal or something. I've actually been doing stuff lately! Mostly cleaning out my room. Which is what half of this post is about.

Picture: ROOM!

Background: I got the wall unit out of this room! It took a bit of convincing to move it to a different room, but it's all good...I hope. The TV got pushed up against the wall, sort of. It's still at an angle so I can watch it while trying to get some sleep. I desperately need to vacuum, but I think I'll do that after everything is done with. I still have that desk - I'm not sure if I want to move it out or just keep it in my room. It would be easiest to keep it in my room for now, so that'll probably end up being what I do. Fortunately you can't see the huge mess that's blocking the way to my bed. It includes weird things like shoes, my hamper, unmade marimba mallets, a paintbrush-notepad, and over $20 in rolled coins. It's amazing what you may find when you don't clean out your room for most of your life.

The other picture is something that you don't see every day - myself without glasses. I feel awkward taking pictures of myself because I don't want to turn into "that person" that takes those dumb mirror pictures or with the camera at arm's length away. That's right, I'mma callin' you OUT! Either way, it's me. Woo hoo. I've had glasses since 2nd grade. Wednesday, March 31, 1999 to be exact. Don't ask my why I remember the exact date, or the fact that I was late for school and arrived in the middle of music class. I've tried contacts, yeah, but I don't like poking my eye with my finger. It freaks me out a bit. I don't know if it was the camera flash, but I remember my eyes being more blue than that...

today's video is about art...

1 comment:

  1. It's actually because you're standing in front of a blue wall. The contrast between the two makes your eyes, which are most likely a more grey shade of blue than the wall, appear more dull than it. If you were standing in front of, say, an orange wall, it would probably make your eyes a very bright blue, as orange is across from blue on the color wheel.