The rest of the week was filled with visits to Barnes n' Noble, shopping for a summer wardrobe (a few pairs of shorts, t-shirts, and sundresses), and Netflix. Yesterday we decided to stay in our pajamas all day long. We ate popcorn, drank iced tea, jumped on the trampoline, and had the best time a mama and her little girl could wish for. We talked about missing Disneyland, and how lucky we are to have each other. I practiced making French braids on Bee, which has always been a real challenge. (She has a sensitive scalp, and easy-flow tear ducts.) I took several photos with my Pentax K-1000, too. I hope they turn out good. I've gotta be patient and take my time with shooting 35mm. I have the common tendency of shooting off the roll just for the sake of wanting to see a few particular shots that seem like they will be awesome...
|It's warming up here. Any warmer and it will be too hot. Go figure. |
Life in the desert-either too hot or too cold. Bee as airplane-yes, she is good at this.
|Must have a Polaroid of birds on a wire. Another Polaroid of them, I mean.|
|I don't mean to be morbid, but my great-grandfather died on these train tracks. He was an alcoholic. He passed out while sitting on them, I guess. Probably very near where Bee is standing now. I never knew him. It happened when he was young.|
|These are not in chronological order...I shot this last out of all of these. Bee had already earned her balloon.|
I'm sorry I didn't get a Polaroid of Bee's super snow cone! It was mango-flavored with cream. She ate it too fast. (Color Polaroids shot with PX-70 Colorshade Push! and the peel-apart monochromes were shot with POLAROID 100 SEPIA GIAMBARBA EXPIRED)