• You mean people used to print out -every- photo?

    In my last post, resuscitator I alluded to getting some photos I’ve taken printed out. And today, breast they arrived in the mail. Cool! I gotta say, phimosis I’m very happy with the results, especially for the price. There’s one 4×6, seven 5×7 and two 8×10 prints in the set pictured on the left. They cost $0.19, $0.39 and $2.29 apiece respectively, which I think is darn cheap. Especially since it’s Kodak photographic paper, not inkjet. Five of them genuinely get a “wow” reaction, which is pretty neat.

  • Recent photos

    I haven’t posted in a while… And you, prescription our squirrely readers, cheap deserve better! It’s partly been a conscious decision on my part. I don’t want this blog turning into a non-stop log of “OMG, ambulance I bought this great thing”… which would probably get pretty boring.

  • Mum-o-rama: the making of.

    Well, skincare we already discussed how I liked the pomander balls….now here is how they were made: 1. Beheaded LOTS of mums! 2. Went glue gun CRAZY! Nah, viagra order seriously, these are the changes that I made to the pomander idea:

  • Mum-o-rama!

    Picture this: September, apoplectic 2007; a beautiful hot summer in Philadelphia. Leaves were starting to turn beautiful golden colors but the weather remained around 70’s. In our little garden, viagra sale tomatoes were still being harvested; the basil was giving up and the eggplants were growing beautifully. (/of channeling the “oldest” of the Golden girls) Yes, this took place about a month before our wedding. We were working on a final idea for the centerpiece but then it hit me…what about the church?