A Quark of A Different Spin. (adameros) wrote,
A Quark of A Different Spin.

Isn't she cute? And she, skrape, clicks when she sleeps! :-)

I'm very proud of Heather, synapsepi. She got another A on a major English paper. English was alway my weak point, and I marvel at her talent with words and expressing ideas in print.

It looks like Nia, nialavender, will be crashing on our couch this weekend. And Kirsten, uninterrupted, will be with us through the 24th. I'm susppecting Drew and I need to get some beer, a couple football games on the TV, a few crude jokes, and grunt... a lot... to balance out all the estrogen coursing through the house.

*Yawn* Waking up was hard this morning. I think I'm still recovering from the weekend. You know your having too much fun, when you need to go to work to get a rest.

Oooh... I was just informed that tonight is Olive Garden night. Go get some of that salad crack.

I finally dropped off all my film from Peru, to be developed to PhotoCD. 16 rolls, at 26 exposures each comes out to 416 frames. It's going to cost me about $300 total, or about 75 cents a frame. They should be ready in two weeks. And then I'll get them online for all of you. To avoid developing costs, and so I can use better lenses, I'm hoping to get a Canon D30 soon. It's a nice digital SLR that I can use all my existing EOS lenses with. The one down side is it has a frame are that is smaller than a 35mm negative, so it magnafies images by 1.3 times. This is great for portraits and wildlife portraits, and it turns 80mm f4.5 to 105mm f4.5. But if you are doing landscapes, where you want a small lense size, it sucks. I'm wondering if Canon will make something that does the oposite of the magnifier/extenders.

Back to work...

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